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Perlmutter & Pourshalimi

Advocating for Dignity and Respect.

Our law firm is dedicated to fighting elder abuse and neglect. We provide compassionate support while aggressively seeking justice for the silent voices we represent. Your loved one’s well-being is our top priority and we have dedicated our lives to holding accountable those who compromise it.

Why Hire Us?

At Perlmutter & Pourshalimi, we take on a wide range of cases with skill, dedication, and a sincere commitment to securing the best possible outcome for each client. Our attorneys are former criminal prosecutors who have also worked at some of the most prestigious civil litigation law firms.

Whether your loved one was the victim of elder abuse and neglect, whether you were the victim of a car accident, or whether you were injured as a result of an unsafe condition, Perlmutter & Pourshalimi has the experience to aggressively represent your interests. We offer aggressive representation for contingency fee arrangements. If we don’t win, you pay nothing.

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Protecting your loved ones is our priority.

At Perlmutter & Pourshalimi, we take on elder abuse with skill, dedication, and a sincere commitment to securing the best possible outcome for each client. Our attorneys are former criminal prosecutors who have also worked at some of the most prestigious civil litigation law firms.

Personalized Advocacy

Tailoring our legal strategies to reflect the unique circumstances and needs of each client and their loved ones.

No Win, No Fee

Taking away the physical, mental and emotional distress caused by elder abuse and neglect

Relentless Representation

Fighting tirelessly in and out of court to secure the respect and dignity your family deserves.

Empathetic Support

Offering compassionate guidance and support throughout the legal process, understanding the sensitive nature of elder abuse cases.

What Our Clients Say

Our Team

David Pourshalimi, Partner

I am a UCLA alumnus and Loyola Law School graduate. I have dedicated my career to advocating for those affected by human suffering and injustice. To achieve this, I worked diligently to become an effective jury trial advocate. I began my legal journey as a criminal prosecutor, and I immediately started trying cases as soon as I was sworn in as a lawyer. During my tenure as a criminal prosecutor, I handled every jury trial I could get my hands on, honing my trial skills until they became razor-sharp. I co-founded P&P Firm with a mission to serve a higher purpose and make a tangible impact. Our focus is on seeking justice for elder and dependent adults who have suffered abuse and neglect in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other long-term care settings. Additionally, we represent catastrophically injured individuals. Our exceptional trial skills and unwavering commitment to justice have earned us recognition, as we commit ourselves obtaining the best possible outcomes for our clients. At P&P Firm, we stand ready to champion the rights of those harmed in nursing and assisted living facilities. If you or a loved one are a victim of elder abuse or have suffered a catastrophic injury, don’t delay—call P&P today.

Ben Perlmutter, Partner

I am a double graduate of the University of Southern California where I hold a bachelor’s and law degree. Within 2 weeks of being a licensed attorney, I tried my first case to verdict. Since then, I have tried somewhere in the double digits of jury trials. At P&P Firm we handle Elder Abuse & Neglect, Elder Financial Abuse, and Personal Injury cases. We routinely achieve outlier results for our clients because of our unique ability to try cases to juries. If you or your loved one has been injured or wronged at a long-term care facility, then we are the right law firm for you.

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An attorney for over 30 years, I have actively litigated cases involving elder neglect and abuse, financial elder abuse, and trust and estate litigation. I have been invited to teach other members of the legal profession how to litigate elder abuse cases, at seminars sponsored by the Continuing Education of the Bar, the Elder Law Section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association, and other privately sponsored courses. I am an instructor on trial skills involving elder law issues at an annual symposium for UCLA physicians. I have achieved successful trial verdicts, in both judge and jury trials, successful arbitration awards, and results-oriented mediated settlements during my over-30 years in practice.

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I began my legal career as an employment attorney, passionately advocating for aggrieved employees, before joining the esteemed Plaintiff’s firm of Perlmutter and Pourshalimi, renowned for their commitment to justice for elderly persons and their families. I graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2011, and from Loyola Law School in 2016, and have two beautiful daughters with my wife of 10 years.

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Simran Sond, Paralegal

I have worked with Perlmutter & Pourshalimi for many years as a Paralegal helping in the fight for our injured or wronged clients. I work closely with the entire team handling the day-to-day operations and litigation for the Elder Abuse & Neglect, Elder Financial Abuse, and Personal Injury cases. I graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with an emphasis in Pre-Law. I also obtained my Paralegal Certification from El Camino College. I plan to further my education by attending law school in the near future and become an attorney.

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