P.G. Caretaking Company Had Employees With Criminal Past

The Monterey County District Attorney recently settled a civil suit that accuses a Pacific Grove elderly care company of false advertising led to placing personal attendants with criminal records in the homes of seniors. Central Coast Senior Services allegedly hired several employees without conducting background checks while, at the same time, advertising that the company screens all employees.

Senior Services has agreed to pay $125,000 in penalties to the district attorney and $50,000 in restitution to Seaside-based Legal Services for Seniors as part of the judgment filed March 26.

P.G. Caretaking Company Had Employees With Criminal Past