Car Accident Lawyers


Since 1976 Richard D. Hoffman has successfully helped his clients gain the maximum settlement possible during a painful time in their lives when they need it most.
We represent clients who have been injured or whose loved one died in any type of car accidents including car accidents.
We have the knowledge, skill and experience to win your case or to receive a full compensation.
And we also know the types of injuries that can happen in accidents and the care required to your recovery to help your physical and mental health.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident, call us now! at (323) 782-8600 for legal representation.
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Why You Need Car Accident Lawyers

Car accident is the first cause of death ranks in the United States. About 38,000 people die and more than two million people are injured in US in 2015 because of car accidents.

California has a more disgraced record in car accident than any other state except Texas. According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(NHTSA), California had the second-highest number of fatal car accidents in 2013. California is also No. 1 of death ranks in pedestrian accidents in 2014.

Especially, Los Angeles is very high on the lists of car accident. Car accidents happens too often in LA, so you need to know an experienced and skillful car accident lawyer.

Car accident is maybe not just someone else’s story, especially in LA, CA. And if you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, you should seek the advice of a car accident lawyer immediately.

Injury victims have a right to be fully compensated for any damage, and car accident lawyer can help them with the knowledge, experience and a serving heart.

It is important that you have the necessary information on accident, injuries, compensation and lawsuit to insure a just compensation from insurance company and from the party involved in the accident.

It is also important to know your legal rights of accident injuries and compensation. An understanding of case specifics is crucial to the outcome of lawsuit.

Usually the neglectful party’s insurance company will do anything to minimize their customer’s fault and compensation in the accidents. They may offer to pay a minimal amount of compensation as settlement for your case, even try to deny your claim. They often avoid telling injured victims about comparative fault. Comparative fault is a partial legal defense that reduces the amount of damages that a plaintiff can recover in a negligence-based claim, based upon the degree to which the plaintiff’s own negligence contributed to cause the injury.

Moreover, victims also may be in hard time physically and mentally due to medical and health related issue and the complex and confusing process of claim. They don’t know how to do or have no power to do anything due to the shock of terrible accident.

So the assistance and help of a good and experienced car accident lawyer will help to ensure that your legal rights to compensation under California Law are protected. Talking to a car accident lawyer after a car accident at the soonest time ensure that your legal rights are protected.

Whether you suffer a severe or a slight and minor injury such as scratch or soft tissue injuries to your neck and back, your car accident lawyer can help you obtain just compensation for your injuries.

When you call our Law Firm, Richard D. Hoffman, we will conduct a thorough review of your case and fully explain your rights under the law.

We will explain your rights, the legal options available to you, and how we can assist and help you with your car accident case.

And we will answer all your questions honestly.

You will surely have an opportunity to discuss the details of your case with our experienced car accident lawyer.

And we will fully investigate your case to determine how your injuries occurred and who is at fault, and seek full compensation on your behalf. We will obtain a fair settlement as quickly as possible.

And if necessary, we are fully prepared to take your case to court.

We know that you are in a difficult time. But you are not alone. We are here to help you.

Case consultations are absolutely FREE and are provided with no obligation to you.

* It’s better to talk to a car accident lawyer first before dealing with an insurance company

After a car accident, it’s better to talk to a car accident lawyer first, not an insurance company.

Of course, you can report the accident to your insurance company and give a statement to your own insurance company.

But you should not talk to the other party’s insurance company or give them your statement. Because they can use your statement against you to minimize or deny your injury and claim.

Condsider the Statute of Limitations

Under California Code of Civil Procedure Section 335.1, the statute of limitations for car accident is two years.

The time limit starts on the date of the accident, unless the accident resulted in the death of the victim.

When the victim die in an accident, the statute of limitations starts on the date of the victim’s death.

If the liable party is a public entity, such as a city or school district, then a claim must be filed with the appropriate government entity within six months of the incident.

So if you are a victim in a car accident and are considering filing a claim, you have to bear in mind of the period limit.

If you delay, you can lose not only an important evidence but also your right to file a claim for accident injury and compensation.

* What if Period Limit has Run Out

In certain circumstances courts will allow for a temporary halting or tolling of the time limit such as minor statute of the victim (under the age of 18), mental and physical incapacitation of the victim. You can discuss this issue with our attorney.

Preparing for the Initial Consultation

For the initial consultation after a car accident, bring as much information as possible you can secure, including:

– Pictures of the accident and of your injuries
– Information on the other driver (the driver’s name, address, telephone number, license plate, and make and model of the vehicle)
– Insurance information for both parties to the accident
– Names, addresses and phone numbers of witnesses
– Medical records
– Medical bills
– Emergency room bills
– Emergency room records

* If You Are Uninsured at the Time of The Accident

If you are uninsured at the time of the accident, unfortunately, your legal rights will be limited and you may not be entitled to claim compensation for pain and suffering. You will have fewer options and be vulnerable to recover for damages and compensation.

It is wise to have car insurance at all times.

But you can talk to a car accident lawyer about this issue, too.

Steps to Take After a Car Accident

1. Check where there you are injured and contact an emergency responses team or paramedics if serious. (Be aware that not all medical problems show up in the first few minutes or longer after a car accident. You may think that back pain means only a sprain, but it may be much more serious than you think and should be examined immediately after a crash.)
2. Contact your local law enforcement and file an accident report. (Do not speak with the driver regarding fault or liability.)
3. Write down important information (the at fault party’s name, address, telephone number, insurance information, license plate, make and model of the vehicle)
4. Contact a car accident lawyer and ask for a legal consultation regarding your rights for claim and compensation.

* After a car accident, do not speak with insurance adjusters, first. Insurance company can use your statements to lower or deny your claim for compensation. You do not need to spend your after-accident period in a fight with insurance companies. A car accident lawyer representing you can do it for you.

Leading Causes of Car Accidents

In car accidents some of the common factors and causes are mainly involved including:

* Negligence (Distracted driving)

Distracted driving has become the top cause of car accidents and serious injuries. The NHTSA estimated that distracted driving was responsible for at least 10% of all fatal car crashes and 18% of collisions resulting in serious injury in 2013.

Distracted driving has become a major safety issue on roads and freeways in US. The U.S. Department of Transportation calls distracted driving a “dangerous epidemic on America’s roadways,” stating there were 3,129 people killed in distracted driving crashes in 2014. It is the greatest threat of causing accidents. Because it necessarily causes the negligence of the driver.

The neglectful driver that caused the accident was not paying enough attention to traffic or road conditions, and pedestrian. It is for sure.

Forms of distracted driving include talking on cell or smart phones, sending or receiving text messages, the use of a electronic or mobile device such as checking the GPS, changing radio stations, eating or drinking, talking to passengers, active children inside a moving automobile, putting on makeup, turning around to see what the children are doing in the back seat-Having an infant in the car is considered eight times as distracting as driving with only adult passengers-, and viewing previous accidents otherwise known as rubbernecking. These are increasing risk of a fatal car accident and injuries.

Some research points that talking on a cell phone while driving is equivalent to having a blood alcohol content of .08% (considered legally drunk).

California Code 23123(a) governs driving while talking on a hand-held cell phone in 2008 and while California Code 23123.5 governs texting while driving in 2009. But a 2014 survey found that at least 75% of drivers admit to texting while driving, and even more talk on cell or smart phone.

And subsequent studies have shown that even hands-free technology can be a significant distraction while driving.

Fatigued Driving (Drowsy driving) Accidents

Fatigued Driving usually happens when a driver didn’t sleep at all or get enough sleep, but it can cause the accident due to untreated sleep disorders, medications, drinking alcohol, or shift work. One research indicates commercial drivers and people with undiagnosed sleep disorders such as sleep apnea and acute insomnia are also at greater risk for fall asleep crashes.

According to the NHTSA, at least 100,000 car collisions are conservatively the result of fatigued driving in each year. This results in about 1,550 deaths, 71,000 injuries, and $12.5 billion in monetary losses.

And according to the National Sleep Foundation’s 2005 ‘Sleep in America’ poll, a 60% of drivers(168 million people) admit that they’ve driven a car while feeling very tired or drowsy, and more than a third(37% or 103 million people) admit that they actually fell asleep while driving in fact, of those who have nodded off, 13% say they have done so at least once a month. 4% of drivers(7 million) have been involved in a car collision or nearly had a collision because they fell asleep while driving.

According to NSF’s 2001 Sleep in America poll, about three-quarters of adults in America(71%) drive a car to and from work, and many are drowsy drivers. More than one-fourth of respondents(27%) said they have driven drowsy to or from work at least a few days a month, 12% drove drowsy a few days a week, and 4% said they drove drowsy every day or almost every day.

A study by researchers in Australia showed that being awake for 18 hours produced an impairment equal to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .05, and .10 after 24 hours; .08 is considered legally drunk.

Collisions attributed to other causes may actually be the result of fatigued driving. Sleep deprivation increases the risk of a sleep-related car crash; the less people sleep, the greater the risk. According to a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, people who sleep six to seven hours a night are twice as likely to be involved in such a crash as those sleeping 8 hours or more, while people sleeping less than 5 hours a night increased their risk four to five times.

* Speeding or Alcohol Driving (Accidents by Impaired Drivers)

Speeding is the one of the main cause of car accident in US. Exceeding the designated speed limit or making illegal lane changes without the proper signals substantially increases the risk of car accident.

Alcohol is also a big contributor to traffic accidents. According to reports published by the NHTSA nearly 11,000 individuals are killed in accidents caused by drunk drivers on the road.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2014, nearly 10,000 people were killed in car collisions involving an impaired driver(alcohol or drug driving)-nearly a third of all deaths in US. And 19% of the traffic deaths attributed to an impaired driver were children, between the ages of 0 and 14. Half of those children were riding in the vehicle with an alcohol-impaired driver.

* Reckless Driving

Reckless driving often defined as a mental state in which the driver shows a willful, wonton or intentional disregard for the safety and life of others or the rules of the road, or driving a vehicle in a negligent, careless, or reckless manner to threathen the others. It also include the failure to maintain reasonable and proper control of the vehicle.

Reckless driving includes sudden or excessive speeding, tailgating, failure to yield, rapid lane change, changing lanes back and forth in a manner which endangers others, failure to use blinkers, failure to have proper lights, passing red lights or stop signs in a manner which endangers others, driving switchbacks, sudden braking(stop), flashing the headlights, blowing horn, drunk driving, distracted driving and etc.

Reckless driving is a criminal offense, so it is punishable by fines, imprisonment, or driver’s license suspension or revocation as a misdemeanor in most situations.

In United States law, reckless driving is a major moving traffic violation. It is usually a more serious offense than careless driving, improper driving, or driving without due care and attention.

Under California Vehicle Code 23103, reckless driving charges can come with other criminal charges stemming from the same incident. There are serious consequences in reckless driving associated with reckless driving charges, including imprisonment for five to 90 days, a fine up to $1,000, or both.

If convicted of reckless driving you will also receive two points on your driver’s license, and may have your automobile insurance cancelled.

* Poor climactic Conditions (Weather-Related Accidents)

Weather-related car accidents are a car crash that occurs in adverse weather including rain, sleet, snow, fog, severe crosswinds, or blowing snow/sand/debris or on slick pavement such as wet pavement, snowy/slushy pavement, or icy pavement.

Weather affects driver capabilities, vehicle performance (i.e., traction, stability and maneuverability), pavement friction, roadway infrastructure, crash risk, traffic flow, and agency productivity through visibility impairments, precipitation, high winds, and temperature extremes.

So poor climactic conditions can cause car accidents. For example, during rain storms, road becomes slick and slippery. So in case of poor climactic conditions, the driver should be more careful and should be the safe operation at low speed.

According to the NHTSA, as many as 22%(nearly 1.26 million) of all car accidents are weather-related in each year. On average, nearly 6,000 people are killed and over 445,000 people are injured in weather-related crashes each year. This is ten-year averages from 2005 to 2014 based on NHTSA data.

During this period, approximately 5,100 fatal crashes, over 304,800 injury crashes and almost 922,200 property-damage-only (PDO) crashes occur in adverse weather or on slick pavement in each year. And about 15% of fatal crashes, 19% of injury crashes, and 23% of PDO crashes occur in the presence of adverse weather and/or slick pavement.

The most weather-related crashes happen on wet pavement(73%) and during rainfall(46%). And during snow or sleet, 17% of weather-related crashes occur, 14% happens on snowy or slushy pavement, and 13% occurs on icy pavement. Only 3% of accidents happens during where there is fog.

* Product Liability (Accidents Caused by an Auto Defect)

Sometimes car itself is the problem for a car accident. Actually millions of cars are recalled each year due to manufacturing defects or defective parts that can cause fatal car crashes. So auto defects are very important and actual issue in car accidents.

Auto defects including airbags, brakes and tires that blows result in thousands of car accidents each year. In this case, the manufacturer may be held accountable for the accident, and victims of accidents are entitled to file a product liability lawsuits against the manufacturer of the vehicle.

The tires of vehicles are responsible for car accidents due to improper air pressure or tire traction. Under-inflated tires are the number one-cause of blowouts, and when it occurs, it can be connected to car accidents.
Brake failure also can result in serious car accidents. Braking systems are extremely complex, and can fail to operate for a variety of reasons, whether from improper installation or flaws in the basic design.

Then, brake defects are hard to find out until the brakes fail to work. So Brake failure suddenly happened can cause a big accident. A research has shown that automobiles with ABS are more likely to be involved in a fatal rollover accident than other types of brakes.

And if the airbags in vehicle fail to deploy while car crash occurs, injuries can be made much worse. When airbags that deploy too fast or with too much force, it also causes injuries such as breaking bones or even death.

Sudden unintended acceleration is also very serious defect that causes a fatal car accident. Losing control of the acceleration of a vehicle can be terrifying and dangerous.

* Defective and poorly maintained roads including potholes.

It is a big variable in a car accident. Especially LA road condition is not good for a safe driving. So driver needs to be careful and drive a car at low speed in town.

Common Injuries from Car Accidents

When a car accident happens, there are some common injuries and symptoms:

* Neck Injury(Whiplash).

This is a most common injury sustained from a car accident. In case of a minor or severe collision, very often, the victims does not even realize this injury at first, but when neck or back pain begins, it becomes evident.

When a car is struck by another car, the sudden movement of the head and neck can result in neck muscle and ligament damage, which causes significant pain in neck.

Although there is no specific medical test which can confirm whiplash, it is a very real and very painful injury.

* Head injuries.

Head injuries ranging from a relatively mild concussion to a coma, or lasting cognitive issues are the most serious injury in a car accident.

When a car crash occurs, the driver and passengers may hit their heads against a window, a dashboard or a steering wheel, resulting in open head wounds, headaches, blurred vision, and even concussion and memory loss. The brain can also be slammed from one side of the skull to the other as the head snaps forward, then backward.

If a seatbelt is not fastened correctly or not fastened at all, this injury can be more serious.

So when you ride a car, make sure that you, driver, and your passener properly wear a seat belt. It is very important and crucial for your saftey and life.

* Back injuries.

Back injuries are also common injuries involved in a car accident.

These injuries can range from mild to moderate and severe pain levels which last several days to several weeks to spinal cord damage, which can lead to permanent paralysis or reduced sensation, numbness or tingling, muscle weakness, limited mobility and pain in the arms and legs on the less severe side. A fractured disc is also a serious injury.

* Chest injuries(Cracked ribs).

A collision can result in a collapsed lung or broken ribs. Internal bleeding in the chest area may be the most immediate problem following an injury to the chest, however there may also be damage to internal organs or to the abdomen.

* Fractures(Broken bones – Broken hip, legs, arms and wrists).

Fractures in hip, leg, arm, wrist are common injuries in a car accident, too.

* Knee and ligament injuries

You can also have a knee and ligament damage after a car crash.

* Facial fractures and facial lacerations(Broken nose, Dental damage – broken teeth)

Facial injuries are also commonly seen in a car crash. Bruises and scrapes are common, and lacerations, fractures and broken nose are also can occur.

Sometimes, even the jaw can be injured or fractured, and there can be significant dental injuries, too.

It happens when the face strikes the windshield, collides with an airbag, strikes the dash or steering wheel and comes into contact with shattered glass.

* Ocular injury

You can have an eye damage resulting in partial or complete loss of vision.

* Lacerations(Burn, Cosmetic Disfigurement)

You can suffer burns due to the fire occured in a car accident.

* Contusions and Abrasions

You can have minor damages after collision such as contusions and abrasions.

* Soft tissue injuries

* Amputation

One of the most severe cases, the victims may have to receive a leg or arm amputation surgery.

* Internal organ damage

Internal organ damage threatens your life, but sometime you didn’t realize that you have it.

* Psychological injuries

After a car accident, psychological or emotional trauma is very common. It resultes in the inability to sleep, PTSD, persistent anxiety and depression.

A recent study suggested that a full third of all those involved in a non-fatal car accident suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder, phobias, depression and persistent anxiety for as long as a year following the accident.

Sometimes the victims are even reluctant to get back into a car for due to accident trauma.

There are a few other types of damages which may be applicable in a pedestrian injury case. Contact Richard D. Hoffman Law Firm for a detailed explanation of what may be available in your car accident injury case.

* Get a Checkup after Accident.

Even if you think you are fine after an accident, you have to get a checkup.

It is very important for compensation and lawsuit. In many cases, the victims think they are okay and there is no health problem following the car accident, but many days or weeks later, they feel pain or find injury sustained from the collision. But it is much more difficult to convince an insurance company that you receive your injuries from the car accident.

So, you have to get a checkup after a car accident.

Compensation for Car Accident

One of the most common questions asked by our clients is “what is the value of my case?”. The average settlement amount of a car accident lawsuit is dependent on several factors unique to each case.

If you’ve been involved in a car accident that was not your fault or mostly not your fault, you may wonder what compensation you may be entitled to.

And it is very important to fully understant your legal rights for compensation in your car accident, and the value of a car accident case is generally determined by:

– The extent of the damage to property

– The extent of injuries of the victims

– The size and type of insurance policies held by both the neglectful party and the victims.

Of course, it can vary depending on a number of factors.

For a car accident case evaluation, contact a car accident laywer.

He will support you in bringing appropriate legal action against an insurance company or the plaintiff.

And your lawyer can guide you whether your accident was happened by driver’s negligence, manufacturer liability or malicious intent.

Whether you are dealing with an uninsured driver or an uncooperative insurance company seeking to reduce or deny your compensation for damages, car accident lawyers are committed to obtaining maximum compensation on your behalf.

In situations where Personal Injury Protection(PIP) insurance does not sufficiently cover damages, you may be entitled to full or partial compensation beyond your coverage limitations.

Car Insurance Coverage in California

The victims are entitled to compensation for all damages as a result of car accident. The victims may have legal recourse to recover compensation and the level of compensation is based on several factors including:

* Compensation for economical damages

– Compensation for all current and ongoing medical costs and prescription drug cost (Often referred to as “Medpay,” this pays medical expenses for driver and passengers injured in an accident.)

– All future medical and rehabilitations costs including corrective and revision surgeries when required

– Loss of wages and future income earning ability due to inability (Loss of earning capacity)

– Loss of essential home services (An injured homemaker who suffers injuries from an accident and who now needs to hire someone to do their household work may be compensated for the loss of the ability to do domestic work.)

– Loss of property (damage to your vehicle)

* Compensation for non-economical damages

– Payment for pain and suffering for for the physical pain you suffered as a result of the injuries sustained in your car accident

(The type of injury, the level of pain, and how long that pain can reasonably be expected to continue will factor into these damages.)

– Payment for emotional and psychological distress including mental trauma, post traumatic stress, and depression resulting from the accident

(If you suffered a catastrophic injury such as a traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury, you could be entitled to damages for the mental pain and anguish you have suffered.)

– Loss of consortium if a car accident resulted in a strain on your relationship.

– The inability to have children due to accident-related injuries

As you can see, many of these compensation caluses are subjective or subject to interpretation. How do you show your pain and suffering and how do you prove that you will lose income in the future based on your potential? It may be difficult to put a figure on these types of damages and the amount of money which can be obtained for this type of damage is a question of fact for the jury.

It is our job to maximize your compensation by fully demonstrating the degree of your damages and injuries. Whether its employing the services of an occupational expert to show future loss of earnings, or a medical professional to prove the true level of pain and suffering, we will go the extra mile for our clients.

Our firm has been successful in settling cases and convincing juries to award the maximum amount of pain and suffering, and non-economic damages that our clients deserve. Depending on the types of injuries suffered, and whether or not the injury is permanent or has permanently changed a person’s life, the value of non-economic damages may be in the millions of dollars.

The defendant, his/her insurance companies and defense lawyer will do everything to deny or minimize your damage and injuries. We will protect your rights for compensation.

* Punitive damage

Punitive damages could be awarded when the plaintiff displays an intent to cause harm or a reckless disregard for the life of victims. In this case, the defendants will receive all or some portion of the punitive damage award.

* Wrongful death (Fatality)

Wrongful death is a claim against a person held liable for a death in a car accident. If your loved one was killed in a car accident due to a negligent driver, family members are entitled to file a wrongful death lawsuit on his or her behalf.

Types of Car Insurance Coverage

– Liability Coverage

This insurance covers the damages sustained in a car accident. Liability coverage is subdivided into two types of coverage, property damages and the injuries of the victims.

– Uninsured or Underinsured Motorists Coverage

This coverage will pay for your medical expenses in case of accident happened by uninsured or underinsured motorists. It covers a hit-and-run accident, too.

– Medical Payments Coverage

This insurance covers medical expenses for driver and passengers injured in an accident. It covers damages caused by a drunken driver.

– Comprehensive Coverage

It covers vehicle damages caused by theft, vandalism, natural disasters, falling objects, fire, hail, flood, and animal damage.

– Collision Coverage

This insurance covers vehicle repair or replacement costs.

* Insurance Adjusters

The insurance adjuster may claim that he/she is on your side and do his best for you, the customer, to get maximum compensation. But the adjuster’s job is to avoid or minimize the amount of money that their company need to pay for compensation. They often avoid telling injured motorcyclists about comparative fault. So it is better to have a car accident lawyer to protect your legal right to full and fair compensation.

Factors to Determine Fault After Car Accidents

After a car crash, accident parties want to know who was at fault. There are many factors involved in determining who was at fault for a car accident, including:

* The police report.

The police report is most important factors in the determination of who was at fault in a car accident.

Police officers are trained to determine fault listening conflicting stories of both sides, and are also trained to accurately read and analyze the evidence at the scene of the accident.

So insurance companies are typically put the most weight in the police report to determine who was at fault.

* Evidence collected by parties of accident.

After a car crash, it is very important to take photographs of the vehicles, injuries and the scene of the accident, if you are not severely injured.

And if there were witnesses to the accident, write down names and phone numbers, and then give it your car accident attorney.

It is also extremely helpful to determine who was at fault in an accident.

* Which driver admits fault at the scene.

It is very important that you never admit fault at the scene of an accident. You may not actually be aware of the true cause and fault of your accident, but if you admits fault at the scene, it would be very disadvantageous to you.

After a car crash, cooperate with the police and exchange information with the other driver, but do not say anything about the accident. The police and your insurance company will determine who was at fault after reading and analyzing the evidence at the scene.

* Fault and No-fault State

In California, before a person’s insurance pay for compensation for damages, that person must be found to be responsible for causing the accident. And then, the at-fault driver’s insurance will pay for medical, car repairs expenses and all other losses.(In no-fault states, there is no requirement to show who was at fault.)

* Comparative Negligence (Comparative Fault)

California also follows the pure comparative negligence law (pure comparative fault law), which allocates fault between the parties, the plaintiff and the defendants, reducing recovery accordingly by the percentage of fault attributable to them.

For example, a plaintiff who was at fault of 70% for an accident should pay 70% of damage for the defendant. Of course, a defendant who suffered injuries could only recover 70% of losses from the other party.

Comparative negligence or comparative Fault is a partial legal defense that reduces the amount of damages that a plaintiff can recover in a negligence-based claim, based upon the degree or percentage to which the plaintiff’s own negligence contributed to cause the injury.

If there was an car crash between quick lane changing driver and a driver exceeding the speed limit, the court may ruled that both are responsible for a car accident and can recover accordingly by the percentage of fault.

Types of Accidents We Handle

A car accident lawyer is a personal injury lawyer who has specialized skills, techniques and experience in car accidents.

We are handling all types of car accident case including

  • Car accidents (Auto accidents)
  • Truck Accident
  • Bus Accident
  • Airplane accident
  • Motocycle Accident
  • Bicycle Accident
  • Wrongful death
  • Pedestrian Accident
  • Slip and Fall Injuries
  • Brain Injuries and Coma Cases
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Fractures
  • Burns and Explosion Injuries
  • Dog Bite cases
  • Product Defects Accidents
  • Vehicle and Tire Defects
  • Death Cases

What We Can Do for You

– Introduce caring doctors

– Make a thorough investigation of accident

– Found out the cause and fault of accident and the liable party or parties

– File and handle all insurance related paperwork for the maximum compensation

– Handle your personal injury lawsuit including mediation, arbitration, depositions, and trial

– Keep updating and delivering of the process of your case

– Answer any of your questions and address any of your concerns with a serving heart