What personal injury damages can I recover in California?
Our personal injury lawyers have been helping clients recoup millions of dollars in damages. We can help you too! California personal injury law permits recovery for many types of claims for compensation:
Lost Earning Capacity
Pain and Suffering
Scarring or Disfigurement
Injury to Reputation
What Results Can I Expect from Working with Your Firm?
Our recent achievements include several maximum settlements on behalf of our clients. But, regardless of the size of your case, our lawyers and experts will review all the evidence and interview witnesses to make sure you get the most for your settlement. We are not afraid to take cases to trial and present the facts to a jury. We have a team of knowledgeable lawyers, investigators, medical professionals, paralegals, and legal assistants with years of experience who will make sure that your case gets the attention it deserves.
What Will it Cost to Work with Your Firm on my Injury Case?
We never charge clients upfront costs or fees. We do not receive a dime unless we are able to settle your claim or win at trial. Our legal team operates by contingency fee only.
While we will fight to get you the greatest settlement possible, we are never going to pressure you to settle your claim quickly just to make a fast buck. We have years of courtroom knowledge and we are not afraid to take a good case before a jury.
If you have been injured in California and you think someone else is to blame, we welcome you to call us to discuss your case at no cost with one of our personal injury attorneys.
Can We Help You get the Medical Care You Need?
Our lawyers work with a network of caring doctors, chiropractors and therapists willing to provide medical treatment to our clients on a medical lien basis in California. That means that you owe them nothing for medical expenses – even for serious injuries unless we settle or win your personal injury lawsuit.
Regardless of how you find your medical professionals, we will work closely with them to make sure your injuries are properly documented. This will help avoid delays and make sure you are fully and quickly compensated for your losses.