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largest elder abuse verdict against an assisted living facility in Sacramento County history (42.5 million)

Ed Dudensing is the most successful elder abuse trial attorney in the history of Sacramento County.

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These case studies represent a fraction of Ed Dudensing’s successes. For more, visit our news section, where you can read press coverage of his most notable accomplishments over the past 20 years.

“I cannot say enough good things about Ed Dudensing and his wonderful staff. During a very difficult time, Ed Dudensing proved to be more than just an attorney but also an advocate for the elderly when they cannot speak for themselves. He gave our case individual time and care, and when the case was over he and his staff were more than just legal advisors, they were friends. I would highly recommend the experienced and professional law office of Ed Dudensing to anyone seeking justice for themselves or a loved one.”

Laura Walker

“My main goal was that that company wasn’t going to practice anymore and because of my law suit they have changed ownership now. So at least I know that no one is going to be treated the way my mom was being treated. So that was one big thing Ed was able to do – get them to sell to another company. That was a big relief.”

Carrie Flynn

“Finally someone was listening and not telling me that I was over-reacting. He would sit for hours investigating what my mom went through, reading her medical records. Ed always kept me informed of his findings and how the case was going. When the whole thing was over I asked Mr. Dudensing if he could come to the cemetery with me so that I could introduce him to my mother. He didn’t say I was crazy, but instead said that he would love to. He took her some flowers and I introduced them and I could almost hear my mother thanking him for being our angel.”

Hilda Nieves

“Ed’s a nice guy and you can rely on what he says. He does his paperwork. We went to the deposition, and that night he called me and said, it didn’t upset you did it? And I said, no you didn’t let them upset me. He knew stuff, and he studied my papers, and he got them from the attorney and the doctor. He did his job; I didn’t have to do any of it. He worked hard on it.”

Bill Hobbs

“Ed came highly recommended in his area of expertise and after our initial meeting it was very evident why this was so. Ed and the entire staff took ownership of my case from the start. Ed’s background and legal “know-how” in representing victims of crime cannot be surpassed. I was able to rest assured that all the attention that was necessary was put into my case and this enabled me to finally begin the healing process necessary for survival.”

Maria

“What eventually made me choose Ed was his approach, his success rate, his candor, his honesty.”

Alan Tomiyama

“Dearest Ed, Thank you, thank you, thank you! It still hasn’t sunk in that this ordeal is finally over. You rocked and Della and I know how lucky we are to have found you. I know this phase was about money, but I feel like you were all in it for all the other right reasons. Thank you. We spread Dad’s ashes on Thursday before we left and I know he’s proud of all the hard work we’ve all done. He’s now one with the ocean water and the ships he loved that sail through the bay.”

Nicole DeSaix-Sheridan

“They lied, they all lied, and Ed proved it.”

Betty Pao