Elderly woman gets $1.5M verdict in fraud suit against caretakersThe elderly plaintiff gave her power of attorney to the defendant, who offered to assist plaintiff with her care and the handling of her finances. The defendant, with her co-defendants, defrauded the plaintiff over a two-year period by: self-dealing with the plaintiff's checking account, credit cards and home's equity line of credit; convincing the plaintiff ...
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Published: December 8, 2010
Time posted: 4:56 pm
Tags: Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Constructive Fraud, Elder, elder law, Exploitation of an Elder, Forsyth County, Fraud, Punitive Damages