ForensisGroup Elder Fraud Expert Witnesses are experienced health care professionals and financial managers who work to thwart the illegal or improper use of a vulnerable senior’s money or other property.
These professionals are familiar with telemarketing and mail fraud, unauthorized access to funds, undue influence, lottery and sweepstakes scams, and other illegal activities such as taking money or property, forging a senior’s signature on wills or deeds, or receiving payment for care, products, or services… and then not providing them.
Many are professional gerontological nurses who analyze medical records, vendor billing, and patient well-being for elder abuse and negligence issues. Their expert witness experience includes cases of hospital charges, vendor fees, elder abuse, caretaker standard of care, and financial exploitation of seniors.
Banking experts perform reviews of seniors’ accounts utilizing tools and reports to identify potential fraudulent activities. They execute countermeasures and mitigation strategies to avoid losses to elderly customers.
They also have state-specific expertise on elder fraud and financial exploitation laws and have held professional positions such as nurse, Director of Elder, Vulnerable Adult, and Technology Fraud; Deposit Operations Bank Fraud Analyst; and Program Manager of Elder Abuse.
When choosing an elder fraud expert witness, it is important to have access to the proper information. ForensisGroup allows our clients, whether attorneys, insurance companies, or other types of professionals, to thoroughly review our expert’s qualifications and expertise before deciding. Contact us or submit an expert request form to find the ideal Elder Fraud expert for your case.
My career in social work has spanned over 25 years. I specialize in aging and long term care, nursing home care quality, social work provision in nursing homes, interdisciplinary studies of healthy aging, policy issues of aging, retirement, work and productivity of elders, disaster planning and recovery with vulnerable persons. I have provided consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony as a social work expert witness for more than 15 years.
I have over 40 years experience in bank operations and risk management. I have worked with corporate check fraud, bookkeeper fraud and ATM deposit processing, identity fraud, elder financial abuse, safe deposit box practices, retail bank operations, and merger integration. I have provided consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony for more than a decade as bank operations risk management expert witness.
My career has spanned more than 20 years in the field of forensic accounting and economic damage analysis with a particular focus in the analysis and measurement of economic damages resulting from business interruption losses, commercial litigation disputes, loss of earnings calculations, employee fidelity or theft, first party property claims, corporate fraud, third party claims, product liability matters, family law, wage & hours claims, professional liability and other types of disputes involving the quantification of damages. I have additional experience with investigating numerous fraud matters, including employee dishonesty, embezzlement, elder financial abuse, thefts of cash and inventory, financial statement manipulation, and fraudulent expenses. I have also spent over 20 years as an accounting expert witness in Southern California. I have provided various clients with consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony.