Sanford I. Horowitz

Sanford I. Horowitz

Sanford I. Horowitz is a plaintiff’s attorney in Sonoma, California concentrating his practice on elder abuse and neglect litigation, medical malpractice and personal injury. He was lead trial counsel and co-appellate counsel in the landmark elder abuse case: Delaney v. Baker (1999) 20 Cal.4th 23. Mr. Horowitz is a graduate of Tulane University and University of San Francisco School of Law. He resides with his family in Sonoma Valley. When not working, Mr. Horowitz spends time with his family and friends at beaches near and far, searching for New Orleans’ second line parades, and seeking musical and culinary experiences.

Articles written by this author:

Musings of an elder-abuse attorney

The stories are predictably sad, but each client’s story is unique and needs to be heard as it was lived

Sanford I. Horowitz

2012 July


Memory loss and end of life: a personal journey

An elder-law attorney relates the series of goodbyes leading up to The Long Goodbye

Sanford I. Horowitz

2015 April