Garcia & Artigliere

Garcia & Artigliere

We have offices across the nation. If you need legal service with your nursing home abuse or elder law case, contact our firm today! We can help you and your loved one seek the compensation they deserve.

Firm Overview

Garcia & Artigliere is a leading elder and nursing home abuse law firm, dedicated to serving the senior population and their families by exposing elder abuse and holding at-fault parties accountable. The firm was established in 1993 and has had a hand in helping the injured and wronged recover over $1.3 billion in verdicts and settlements. With offices in California, Arizona, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Florida, the firm's attorneys represent clients in individual and class actions involving elder abuse and negligence across the United States. Primary practice areas include physical and sexual abuse, psychological abuse, elder neglect, falls at nursing homes, pressure sores, fecal impaction, and wrongful death. Garcia & Artigliere offers free initial consultations and handles elder and nursing home abuse matters on a contingent fee basis there is no fee unless there is a recovery.

Main Office

Long Beach
One World Trade Center
Suite 1950
Long Beach CA 90831

Phone

(562) 608-1425

Office Information

Office Hours

Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish

Other Offices

New Orleans
400 Poydras Street
New Orleans

Los Angeles
2029 Century Park East
Los Angeles

Orlando Area
1751 N Park Ave
Maitland

Phoenix
2575 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix

Personal Injury

Garcia & Artigliere is a leader in elder abuse litigation, serving the entire U.S. and fighting for victims and their families. Call today.

Garcia & Artigliere is a leading elder and nursing home abuse law firm, dedicated to serving the senior population and their families by exposing elder abuse and holding at-fault parties accountable. The firm was established in 1993 and has had a hand in helping the injured and wronged recover over $1.3 billion in verdicts and settlements. With offices in California, Arizona, Louisiana, Kentucky, and Florida, the firm's attorneys represent clients in individual and class actions involving elder abuse and negligence across the United States. Primary practice areas include physical and sexual abuse, psychological abuse, elder neglect, falls at nursing homes, pressure sores, fecal impaction, and wrongful death. Garcia & Artigliere offers free initial consultations and handles elder and nursing home abuse matters on a contingent fee basis there is no fee unless there is a recovery.

Stephen M. Garcia

Garcia & Artigliere

Stephen M. Garcia is a nationally recognized elder abuse attorney who has been practicing in this field since 1993, after spending 9 years as a criminal trial lawyer. He focuses his practice on elder abuse, nursing home abuse, wrongful death, and truck accident litigation, advocating for victims and their families with professionalism and skill. He has served as counsel in matters resulting in over $1.25 billion in compensation for the injured, helping right the wrongs caused by negligence and intentional misconduct. Through his decades in practice, he has been recognized by a number of prestigious organizations, including Super Lawyers, the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100. Garcia earned his bachelor's degree from Loyola Marymount University in 1982 and his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University in 1985.

License

Bar Number: 123338
California, 1986

Bar Number: 41583
Washington, 2009

Bar Number: 24040348
Texas, 2003

Bar Number: 35062210
Kentucky, 2015

Education

Loyola Marymount University
B.A., 1982

Loyola University
J.D., 1985

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