Personal Injury cases arise when a certain party has the responsibility, but fails to create or maintain an environment that is safe for others, and due to this negligence or misconduct, another party suffers physical, mental, or emotional harm.
To resolve an instance of personal injury, it’s necessary to file a claim and reach a settlement. We are experienced and ready to help you file your claim and reach a settlement that you can be satisfied with. It’s important to us that your injuries are properly compensated and that the negligent party properly takes responsibility for the injury that you endured.
In automobile accidents, passengers have more rights than the driver. The injured passenger may have rights while the driver has none. If a driver is at fault for an accident, this doesn’t bar you from recovering as a passenger. You may sue the other driver, the driver of the car you were riding in, or both.
The right to sue both drivers is especially important when you have suffered severe injuries that result in damages (such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering) that are higher than the insurance policy limits of each driver. In such a situation, you could sue both drivers and get full compensation for your damages, or at least the maximum allowed under both insurance policies.
If you are able, at the accident scene, get information about each drivers’ license and insurance and get the names of all the witnesses.
After that, let us help you get proper medical treatment and car repair. Over the last 40 years we have helped more than 3,000 accident victims recover damages.
Remember, your job is getting better, and ours is dealing with the law.
Dog owners are responsible for the harm caused by a dog bite, no matter how carefully they guard or restrain their dogs. In California, under the strict liability dog bite statute, the owner of a dog is liable for the damages suffered by any person who is bitten by the dog while in a public place or lawfully in a private place, regardless of whether the dog has been vicious in the past.
Slip & Fall
Slip and fall is a term used for a personal injury case in which a person slips or trips and is injured on someone else's property and where the property owner may be held legally responsible.
When you or a loved one falls, there may not be anyone around to help, or if there is, they may not want to lend a hand. If a slip and fall happened on someone else’s property, then the property owner may be responsible for your physical injuries and losses of earnings.
Our team is here to help guide you through to a favorable outcome. Over the years, we have successfully sued local governments, amusement parks, supermarkets, and commercial buildings.
Catastrophic injury means consequences of an injury that permanently prevent an individual from performing any gainful work.
Frequently a catastrophic injury is a severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, or brain, and may also include skull or spinal fractures. Extensive burns and loss of limbs are also deemed catastrophic.
When an injury is genuinely life-altering, it is called catastrophic. The loss of the ability to walk (paraplegia), the loss of use of arms and legs (quadriplegia), burns over large sections of the body, loss of vision are examples of these terrible injuries.
These injuries and losses occur as a result of severe car crashes, fires, explosions, building collapses, and recreational accidents, to name a few.
These cases require a deft hand to guide them through the maze of medical procedures, the expert testimony of engineers, occupational professionals, and economists.
Wrongful death is a claim by surviving relatives against someone who negligently or intentionally caused a death.