Our Los Angeles injury lawyer will be able to represent you in virtually any type of personal injury case. He understands how to deal with big insurance companies, law enforcement and all interested parties in order to protect your legal rights to the fullest extent as he seeks maximum compensation on your behalf. He can aid clients who have suffered any severity of personal injury resulting from the negligence, carelessness, recklessness, intentional acts, misconduct, or other wrongdoing of another party. Some of the particular types of cases our firm can take on include all types of auto and car accidents, including truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, transit accidents and pedestrian accidents, premises liability claims for accidents and injuries that occur on another’s property, such as slip and fall accidents, dog bites and construction injuries. We are also dedicated to helping those injured by defective products or who have suffered serious side effects from dangerous drugs. If you have lost a loved one to any of these or related incidents, we can help you with a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party.
Our attorney can help you bring a personal injury claim, negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf and represent you in a lawsuit for personal injuries and damages. Personal injury claimants may recover damages including medical bills, ambulance bills, rehabilitation, nursing care, loss of earnings and other financial losses, property damage, pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. In wrongful death claims, family survivors may recover damages including medical expenses, funeral and burial expenses, loss of financial support and loss of love, companionship, comfort, assistance, protection, affection, society and moral support of their loved one. It is true that there is no amount of money that could possibly compensate you and your family for the loss of a loved one. Money cannot turn back the clock and prevent a serious accident from occuring in the first place. It can, however, help you start to rebuild your life so you can work toward a more stable future for you and your family.