long-term care and aging services

Adelman Law Firm attorneys and professional teams defend long-term care facilities, other aging services providers and real estate investors, as well as their leadership in state and federal courts throughout Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. 

Rebecca Adelman has been a leader in defending senior care providers for nearly thirty years, from the beginning of the increase in long-term care and nursing home litigation. Our attorneys have been successful in mediation, arbitration and trial in the long-term care setting by developing superior defense models. Adelman Law Firm not only provides advocacy and litigation services, but also a broad range of risk-prevention and risk-management services to mitigate the risk specific to the aging services industry. 

Our attorneys have successfully represented skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs), assisted living and senior housing communities, home care agencies, hospices and adult day health care providers. We assist our clients in navigating the complexity of the regulatory, litigation and insurance climate of the long-term care industry. Whether defending a negligence claim or responding to surveyors, this practice group has the experience and expertise to successfully represent the unique interests of the long-term care client.

From the outset, our attorneys strategize and work with clients to devise an innovative, individualized approach to litigation that effectively leverages our experience. It is our goal to implement best practices for early case assessment of the clinical and legal issues. Through interviewing staff, conducting site visits, evaluating medical records, and communicating with our clients, we are able to determine how to pursue early resolution and develop defense strategies. 

Our experienced team goes beyond our attorneys. Adelman Law Firm offers high value to our clients by utilizing experienced paralegals and nurses who are exclusively dedicated to assisting in the analysis and defense of long-term care defense matters.