About Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N. Attorney at Law

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Ms. Rosenblatt is a Registered Nurse with ten years of nursing and twenty-seven years of experience as a practicing attorney. She has extensive, hands-on experience in elderly care, aging parents and working with caregivers. She has worked in hospitals and visited patients at home as a Public Health Nurse. Her law practice involved litigation and trials. She is familiar with insurance, financial and elder law issues. She is an experienced mediator, helping resolve conflicts. She recently became contibuting writer for Forbes.com
Ms. Rosenblatt received her nursing diploma at O’Connor Hospital School of Nursing in 1969, her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from 1clrphotosmallfnl-300x260the University of San Francisco in 1971 and her Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Francisco in 1978. She was employed as a nurse’s aide in nursing homes with geriatric patients during her studies. She began working as a nurse in acute hospitals, nursing homes, and then moved to community health nursing, both in Los Angeles County and in San Francisco. She visited thousands of geriatric patients and other patients at home, caring for those with chronic, debilitating illness, injuries, and physical and emotional problems associated with aging.She worked her way through law school as a nurse, and upon passing the Bar Exam in 1978, moved into an attorney position in a San Francisco law firm, where she began doing litigation and trial work. She continued this work for about five years, after which she started her own law practice in 1982. She represented clients in personal injury, products and elder abuse cases, doing all phases of litigation and trial work. She began to reduce her litigation work to take extensive mediation training, beginning in 2003. Her experiences in mediation revealed the need for doing consulting work with seniors, aging parents and their families and caregivers. She began Help With Elders.com with her husband, Dr. Davis in 2005 to fill the need for a multi-discipline approach to assisting those concerned with the needs of their aging parents and elders.Ms. Rosenblatt maintains membership in numerous professional organizations, and has served as past president of Marin County Trial Lawyers Association, and Marin County Women Lawyers. She has provided volunteer service in the community on several non-profit organizations as a Board member, as well as serving as a Director and officer of the Marin County Bar Association. Currently, she serves on the Nurse Advisory Board of Ritter Center’s Health Center, which serves homeless adults in Marin County. She volunteers as a settlement panelist for the Marin County Courts, and has volunteered as a mediator at Marin Mediation Services.

Ms. Rosenblatt may be reached at (415) 459-0413 or 866-962-4464

 


 

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