Hi there, I’m Elizabeth.
For the last twenty-two years, Elizabeth has devoted her practice to representing victims of nursing home abuse and neglect. She has taken on big insurance companies and nursing home chains- and won. At a time when most lawyers in the state rejected nursing home cases as not worth pursuing, Elizabeth recognized the need to protect the most vulnerable in North Carolina- elderly and dependent nursing home residents.
Elizabeth is an active member of the North Carolina legal and charitable communities. She is the former Chairperson of the North Carolina Association for Justice’s Nursing Home Litigation Section, and a former member of the Board of Directors for Friends of Residents in Long Term Care – North Carolina’s only non-profit advocacy group devoted exclusively to improving the conditions of the elderly in the state.
Elizabeth Todd started practicing law in 1996 after graduating from Wake Forest Law School. While a student, Elizabeth worked for Legal Services of North Carolina in Charlotte representing the state’s most disadvantaged communities.
Elizabeth Client’s and Cases In the News
Many of Elizabeth Todd’s cases have been featured in the news. Additionally, Elizabeth has been interviewed by numerous news sources over the years on matters ranging from nursing home litigation to nursing home immunity laws passed during Covid-19.