Kimberly Swierenga, Esq., MBA, helps elders (65+) who have been exploited financially by predatory practices of businesses, financial advisors, insurance agents, banks, and others. She is recognized statewide for litigation of: financial elder abuse claims; improper annuity and life insurance sales; trust-mill schemes; veterans’ benefits scams; Medi-Cal planning scams; unfair/deceptive/fraudulent business practices; CLR A and Business & Professions Code §17200 (UCL) claims. She was awarded Consumer Advocate of the Year (2016), Street-Fighter of the Year finalist (2015), Consumer Champion (2015), Super Lawyer (2015 -2019), Top Attorney (2016 -2018), and Fulbright Scholar (2001). Swierenga serves on the Plaintiff’s and County bars (2014-current), chairs the elder law committee, is a court-appointed mediator, and licensed in California, Minnesota and Washington D.C.
Scheduled Critical Maintenance
SDSU is scheduled to undergo a system-wide maintenance from June 26 at 7 pm until June 29 at 7 am. During this time, we will not be able to generate new RedIDs, which means new students will not be able to register for courses. We apologize for any inconvenience.