The elderly and disabled members of our population deserve advocates who have built a career of impeccable credentials fighting for their rights.
Todd Lewis is well-known across Kentucky for his fight on behalf of the Commonwealth’s seniors and disabled persons. He has been honored to serve as the founder of the state’s first prosecutorial Elder Abuse Unit, where he handled and supervised hundreds of cases involving elderly and disabled adults. Lewis served for several years as Chief Editor and contributing author of the state’s “Elder Abuse Manual for Prosecutors,” and as author, editor, and “star” of the instructional film “Training for Prosecution of Crimes Against the Elderly.”
Read Lewis’s elder abuse case history here.
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Lewis has conducted trainings and teaching seminars on elder abuse, based on his own career and trial experience, for law enforcement, social workers, prosecutors, bank officials, community organizations, and college students for over ten years.
If your family member has been subjected to abuse, neglect or exploitation, contact us today.