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Lisa Flint

Moran Law

Lisa Flint

Moran Law

Lisa Flint

Moran Law

Lisa Trinh Flint joined Moran Law as a Law Clerk in 2003 and became an associate with the firm in 2006 following her admission to the State Bar of California. Ms. Flint works closely with Mr. Moran in prosecuting Elder Abuse cases. She has second chaired in over 20 Jury Trials and Binding Arbitrations and assisted in obtaining Judgments, Arbitration Awards, and Settlements in excess of a million dollars for her elderly victims of abuse and neglect throughout the State of California.

Ms. Flint’s appellate experience in the area of Elder Abuse includes the published decision of Warfield v. Summerville (2007) 158 Cal.App. 4th 443, where the California Court of Appeal held that the spousal status alone does not create an ostensible agency to bind the non-signatory spouse to an Arbitration Agreement in a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE)/Assisted Living Facility.

Ms. Flint is actively involved with the California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR) and has served as a speaker for CANHR at their annual Elder Law Conference.

Ms. Flint received her Juris Doctor Degree from Whittier College School of Law where she served as the Managing Editor of the Whittier Law Review and published an article in the Whittier Law Journal entitled “Newdow v. U.S. Congress: One Nation Indivisible”. Ms. Flint attained her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California, Irvine.

Ms. Flint is admitted to practice before all courts in the State of California, the United States District Court for the Central District of California and the U.S. Supreme Court. You can learn more about Ms. Flint's industry by visiting:

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Moran Law Firm Overview

Our population is aging and there has never been a greater need for nursing home abuse lawyers, elder abuse lawyers, assisted living abuse lawyers and home health elder abuse lawyers to defend the health, safety and rights of seniors and their families. That is why Moran Law is here to help.

Senior citizens are vulnerable to not only negligence but a variety of common abuses, including scenarios that involve abuse that is physical, mental and financial. These abuses can be obvious and abrupt, or subtle and prolonged. Seniors in an assisted living facility, nursing care or with a caretaker are particularly vulnerable, as they may be separated from family and friends, or their condition could prevent them from effectively looking out for themselves.

Premier California Elder Abuse Lawyers

Moran Law is committed to fighting against nursing home abuse and nursing home malpractice, financial abuse of the elderly, personal injury, wrongful death and more. Everyday, our team of aggressive elderly abuse attorneys, medical consultants and paralegals is on the front lines of the battle to hold wrongdoers accountable and improve quality of life for the elderly. We specialize in cases of:

Nursing home abuse

Residential care abuse

Home health care abuse

Assisted living abuse

Pressure sores, aspiration pneumonia and choking


Malnutrition and dehydration

Psychotropic drugs and medication

Personal injury

Wrongful death

Our most effective partners are our clients and their families: their courage, vigilance and determination to hold wrongdoers accountable is what fuels our passion to fight for change, fight for safety and health, and fight for compensation.

If you see something wrong, suspect negligence or abuse, or need assistance yourself, please contact us immediately to find out how to receive help in matters concerning personal injury, wrongful death, nursing home malpractice, financial abuse of the elderly and more.


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