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Felicia assisted me in removing a contract I had with a Retirment Home that I felt was overcharging for services that I was not getting. She was professional in manner, supportive in clarifying the pros and cons, and took charge so that I did not have to face corporate forces.. She was a true advocate.
Felicia was a great lawyer. She kept us informed of our options without pushing us toward a specific plan.
Over 2 years ago, we were looking for a knowledgeable well informed lawyer for my dad who died of elder abuse. There are 6 of us siblings in the family and due to the size of our family we were not accepted so easily with some of the lawyers. We had a lawyer previous to Felicia Curran who did nothing for over 6 months and just to tell us that he did not have enough expertise to handle our case. We searched several months until we found Felicia Curran. Our case involved a high level of expertise due to the complexity of my father health. Felicia made us feel confident that we had a strong case and truly we needed justice for our dad. It was very difficult to trust someone to understand what we went through and to be compassionate, this is not just another case but a real person was my father. Felicia gave us that trust and along with it she kept us well informed every step of the way. Any time during working hours or evening hours Felicia was responsive and always had an ear to listen or advice. I don't know where we would of done if we did not been as fortunate to find Felicia but for myself and my siblings we are ever so grateful for the relationship we have with Felicia. I know my father can rest in peace knowing that their was justice and whole lot of caring in his final chapter.
Ms. Curran was enormously informed about the issues in a very complicated case that involved three families suing an elder care facility -- particularly its executive director and her boss (the veep of a large real estate holding and developing company) -- for appalling abuse of our loved ones. In my case it was my 92-year-old mother in late stage Alzheimer's whom the ED dumped -- not once, but twice -- into the ER basically to get rid of me and my bothersome patient advocate activities. The other two families had other issues as well. Felicia was unwavering in her endeavor to unearth the truth, document it and present it to a judge who was not particularly favorable to the plaintiffs. She slogged through it all, winning time and again with her facts and reasoned arguments. Ultimately the case was settled out of court with a huge judgement against the defendants. The parent company declared bankruptcy (not only because of the judgement but because, in part, of the collapse of real estate in the U.S.) Still, the ED and her boss lost their jobs -- my real interest in the case. I don't know of her expertise in other areas but in elder abuse, she's the go-to guy.