Jeff Aidikoff

Top rated Health Care attorney in Los Angeles, California

Jeff Aidikoff

Practice Areas: Health Care

Licensed in California since: 2010

Education: Southwestern Law School

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2024 Selected to Rising Stars: 2015 - 2021


2121 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90067 Phone: 310-651-7007 Email: Jeff Aidikoff Visit website


Jeff is a Founding Partner at Bedsore.Law™, a national bedsore and nursing home litigation firm.  Bedsore.Law™ is the nation’s first bedsore specialty litigation firm.  With offices and/or partner firms in all 50 States, we are the largest bedsore litigation firm in the U.S.

Prior to co-founding Bedsore.Law™, Jeff owned and operated Aidikoff Law, a nursing home litigation practice. Jeff has litigated hundreds of cases involving everything from stage IV bedsores to manipulative and deceitful sales practices.  

In 2019 and 2021, Jeff was recognized by Super Lawyers as an Up-and-Coming 100 Southern California Rising Star, a list limited to only 100 Southern California Rising Star attorneys.  Jeff has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star for five years (2015 - 2021), an honor reserved for only 2.5% of all Southern California attorneys. He is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and is a Top 100 trial lawyer for the National Trial Lawyers organization.  Last, he retains a Superb AVVO rating in nursing home abuse.

From 2015 to 2018, Jeff served on the Board of Directors for the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF), the only nonprofit in California that provides a lifetime continuum of services for disabled children, adults and seniors. In 2017, he was elected to serve as Vice Treasurer, Secretary and Chairman of the Development Committee for ECF. 

Jeff was also elected to the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers' Charities (LATLC), whose primary purpose is to make a positive difference in the quality of life for people within the greater Los Angeles area, focusing on issues related to education, children, survivors of abuse, persons with disabilities, and homelessness, by providing financial assistance to needy persons and groups in the greater Los Angeles area. 



First Admitted: 2010, California

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Educational Background:
  • San Francisco State University, BA Political Rhetoric, Deans List, 2004
  • Southwestern Law School, Trial Advocacy Honors Program, 2010
  • Oak Ridge Military Academy, 1999
Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Los Angeles Food Bank, South Bay, Volunteer., 2015
  • Board Member, Animal Rescue Mission, 2018
  • Board Member, Excpetional Children's Foundation, 2015
  • Board Member, Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charities, 2018
  • Pro Bono work for Girlfriends Against Cancer, a 501(c)3 organization.  I secured their non-profit status and advise them on issues from time to time.     I have also represented several criminal clients for no (or a significantly reduced) fee., 2011
  • Habitat for Humanity, Santa Ana, Volunteer
  • , Up And Coming 100, Super Lawyers, 2021
  • , Up and Coming 100, Super Lawyers, 2019
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2021
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2020
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2019
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2018
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2017
  • , Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2016
  • Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2015
  • , Top 40 Under 40, National Trial Lawyers, 2021
  • , Top 100 Trial Lawyer, National Trial Lawyers, 2020
  • , Top 40 Under 40, National Trial Lawyers, 2020
  • , Top 40 Under 40, National Trial Lawyers, 2019
  • In recognition of hard work, dedication and contrinutions to the legal industry., Top Lawyer, The Global Directory of Who's Who, 2015
  • Lifetime Member, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, 2015
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyer, National Trial Lawyers Association, 2014
Other Outstanding Achievements:
  • Jeff Aidikoff and Ernest Tosh launch the first nationwide bedsore litigation firm, called Bedsore.Law.  As of 2023, there were 29 locations in 19 states plus D.C., 2022
  • Aidikoff Law celebrated its 10th year in business, tirelessly serving neglected nursing home residents across southern California.  , 2020
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Jeff Aidikoff served as a panelist during a discussion about elder law, sponsored by the Southwester Law School Alumni Association.  , Panelist, Elder Law Panel, Southwestern Law School Alumni Association , 2023
  • Ernest Tosh is on a mission.  For the better part of the last decade, Ernest has worked around the country to educate lawmakers, lawyers, nursing home advocacy groups and ombudsman programs about the lack of transparency in the nursing home industry- and what to do about it.   Ernest has recently met with lawmakers in California, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland; he’s spoken to advocacy groups in Virginia, Texas, New Jersey, and at the 2021 Consumer Voice Annual Conference; and he presented at the annual California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform conference.  The main topics of his discussions have been private equity’s role in the nursing home industry and the impact it has on patient care., Author, Protecting Nursing Home Residents Through Litigation and Legislation, Bedsore Law, LLP, 2022
  • COVID-19 dealt a huge blow to nursing homes nationwide. The good news is that after a difficult couple of years, the pandemic finally seems to be drawing to a close. But this is no time to rest. Stakeholders must now examine the current state of the industry and design measures to address both the pandemic’s short and long-term effects, and the new challenges that are springing up. Nursing home stats are a good place to start. Let’s take a look at some of the latest figures and what they mean for the future of eldercare in the U.S., Author, 10 Nursing Home Stats and Why They Matter, Bedsore Law, LLP, 2022
  • The nursing home industry in the United States has become increasingly complex and challenging, with private equity investments, concerns about quality of care, and a range of issues related to staffing, funding, and training. As a resident or patient in a nursing home, these issues can significantly impact one’s quality of life and well-being. This article examines the current state of the nursing home industry from a resident’s perspective, highlighting the prevalence of bedsores, falls, infections, and other serious injuries, as well as the underlying factors that contribute to these problems., Author, A Resident’s View: The Current State of the Nursing Home Industry in the United States, Bedsore Law, LLP, 2023
  • Falls are a leading cause of injury and death among older adults, with nursing homes being one of the most common settings for these accidents. The aging population and the increasing number of individuals residing in nursing homes make it imperative to understand the prevalence and danger of falls in these facilities. This article will explore the extent of the problem, risk factors, consequences, and possible interventions to mitigate the risks associated with falls in nursing homes. Using an array of statistics, we will delve into the serious nature of this issue and offer potential solutions., Author, The Grim Reality of Falls in Nursing Homes, Bedsore Law, LLP, 2023
  • The nursing home industry has faced mounting scrutiny over the years, with concerns about the quality of care provided to residents being a focal point of public attention. A recent report by the Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care has revealed a potentially significant contributing factor to these issues: related party transactions. This article will provide an in-depth look at the findings of this report, delving into the prevalence of related party transactions in the nursing home industry and the implications they have on resident care, nursing home quality, and financial stability., Author, Nursing Home Residents are Last to the Party: How Related Party Transactions in the Nursing Home Industry Affect Resident Care, Bedsore Law, LLP, 2023
  • Discovery in nursing-home abuse cases can be a minefield for the untrained practitioner. There are myriad rules, regulations and standards, with some applying to only skilled-nursing facilities and others applying to hospitals and/or residential care facilities for the elderly (RCFEs). We will provide an overview of the types of discovery to consider in most abuse cases involving a skilled-nursing facility, or for purposes of this discussion, a nursing home., Lead Author, DISCOVERY IN NURSING HOME ABUSE CASES, The Advocate, April 2020, Legal, Nursing Home, Elder Abuse, 2020
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • American Association for Justice (AAJ), Nursing Home Litigation Group, Media Relations Committee Member, 2023
  • National Trial Lawyers, 40 Under 40, 2023
  • CANHR member, 2023
  • Member, National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers; Lead Counsel Rated in Elder Law and Criminal Law, 2023
Industry Groups:
  • Nursing Home Abuse

Office location for Jeff Aidikoff

2121 Avenue of the Stars
Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90067


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  • Super Lawyers: 2024
  • Rising Stars: 2015 - 2021

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Up-and-Coming 100: Southern California Rising Stars: 2019, 2021

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