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Practicing Law in Los Angeles and the following areas

  • Compton
  • Torrence
  • Santa Monica
  • Monterey Park
  • Whittier
  • North Hollywood
  • Burbank
  • Glendale

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To find out more about the various types of cases we handle, their underlying issues, and how we can be of assistance, please review the following topics. By clicking on the highlighted areas, you will be directed to further pages of more detailed information.

Bicycle Accidents

Southern California, with its mild weather, is a popular area for bicyclists and cycling clubs. More bike paths have been created for their use. Even with designated bike paths, however, many bicyclists have been involved in traffic accidents while riding a bicycle, with a much higher risk of injury or death than motorists and their passengers.

Bus Accidents

With its high density population and traffic, Southern California counties are home to many kinds of buses, including school buses, city buses, commuter buses, and tourist and cross-country buses. Without seat belts, passengers in buses can sustain a wide range of injuries when involved in an accident. Passengers in smaller vehicles can also be hurt when colliding with a bus.

Car Accidents

Auto accidents are the leading cause of personal injury claims and lawsuits across the nation. Many types of negligent driving can lead to a personal injury, including drug and alcohol abuse, driver inattention, driver errors and confusion, driving while distracted from cell phones or other devices, speeding, and more.

Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries are the most serious types of injuries, which are life-threatening, life-altering, require extensive medical care, and may result in permanent disability or disfigurement. Both victims and their families may endure the physical, emotional, and financial hardships that follow such a devastating injury.

Burn Injuries

Severe burns are a type of catastrophic injury which can have long-lasting or permanent damage for victims. These types of burns can lead to other physical problems, including respiratory problems, serious infections, and more. Burn victims may require extensive and repeated surgeries as well as long rehabilitative treatment.

Head Injuries

Head injuries are a serious and often catastrophic consequence of a traffic accident, construction accident, or slip and fall. Traumatic brain injury can lead to a host of physical, emotional, and behavioral problems, from comas to memory loss to severe headaches, cognitive disability, convulsions, loss of motor skills, and more.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries are among the most grievous that an individual can experience. In an incomplete spinal cord injury, the victim may retain some sensation or ability to move below the damaged area which may or may not lead to a partial or full recovery. In a complete spinal cord injury, the victim will be paralyzed below the damaged area.

Construction Accidents

The construction industry has one of the highest rates of workplace injury of all types of employment. Construction workers who are injured are generally entitled to workers' compensation. Where third party individuals or entities have been negligent and have contributed to a worker's injuries, a third-party claim or lawsuit may also be initiated.

Dog Attacks

Where a dog owner has been irresponsible and negligent, resulting in injuries to others due to a dog attack, the owner may be held accountable for damages for the victim's injuries. Under the California Civil Code, dog owners are held to a policy of strict liability when it comes to their pets harming others.

Hit & Run Accidents

Those who are injured in hit and run accidents may suffer a wide range of injuries, from whiplash to head, brain, and spinal cord injuries. The consequences of these injuries can lead to physical, emotional, financial, and employment problems lasting for days, weeks, months, or years. Those responsible for such injuries can be held accountable through the legal system.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcyclists are often ignored, not seen, or considered a road nuisance by other drivers. When involved in a traffic accident, they have a much higher risk of injury or death due to their physical vulnerability when colliding with other vehicles, the road, or nearby objects. Head injuries are a common result for motorcyclists in such accidents.

Negligence

When an accident or incident caused by negligence or wrongdoing results in the injuries or death of another, a personal injury or wrongful death claim may be pursued to compensate victims for their losses. Negligence is the underlying issue upon which these legal actions are based, per California personal injury law.

Pedestrian Accidents

When a pedestrian is struck by a car, motorcycle, SUV, truck, or bus due to the negligence of the driver or other parties, such as a governmental agency or car or auto parts manufacturer, it can result in an injury claim for damages. Pedestrians have no bodily protection when involved in such an accident, which poses an enormous risk of serious injury or death.

Premises Liability

Premises liability refers to the responsibility of property owners, managers, and occupiers to provide a reasonably safe environment for those who may visit the premises as guests, customers, or patrons. When someone is injured on another's premises due to safety hazards which have not been remedied, the property owner may be held accountable for damages.

Slip & Fall

A slip and fall or trip and fall can result in injuries ranging from cuts, bruises, and sprains to broken bones, head injuries, and other serious physical damage. When such an accident occurs because of dangerous conditions on the premises that have been ignored by those in charge of the property, injury victims may have grounds for a personal injury claim.

Swimming Pool Accidents

Where negligence is the underlying cause of a swimming pool accident which results in injury or death, the property owner may be held liable for damages to victims or their family survivors. Drowning and other injuries can occur due to faulty gates, fences, drains, or lack of supervision where a child or others are at play in both public and private pools.

Train Accidents

Those who are injured in a train accident or those who lose a family member in such an accident should seek professional legal help to help identify all those who may be responsible for the event and for the resulting damages. In the case of governmental agencies that may be held accountable, it is crucial to initiate your claim before the statute of limitations expires.

Truck Accidents

Southern California is an area of vast freeway and highway interconnections which are heavily traveled by commercial trucks, from tankers to flatbeds to semis to tractor trailers. With their enormous size and weight and different handling and braking requirements, these commercial vehicles can be deadly when colliding with smaller vehicles.

Workers' Compensation

A workplace injury can seriously disrupt your life, resulting in lost wages, runaway medical expenses, and the pain, discomfort, and stress of your physical condition and financial worries. Filing for workers' compensation benefits may be confusing, frustrating, and end in a denial. Getting experienced legal help to ensure that you receive the benefits you deserve can be a valuable asset.

Specific Incidents

Specific incidents at work can lead to on-the-job injuries. These can include such incidents as falling off a scaffold, ladder, or beam at a construction site, being struck by falling debris at a construction site, falling in an office building, retail store, restaurant, hospital, or other job location, or any other type of specific event that leads to injury.

Repetitive Trauma

Workplace injuries may ensue due to repetitive trauma on a specific part of the body because of work requirements. Examples of this are the long-term effects of heavy lifting in a warehouse, leading to back injury or carpal tunnel syndrome from the repetitive stress of computer work. Such cases may result in legitimate workers' compensation claims.

Occupational Exposure

Continual occupational exposure to harmful chemicals, fumes, or other hazardous substances in the workplace may lead to health damage and physical injury. An example of this is miners who develop lung diseases as a result of exposure to harmful coal dust. Such injuries can become serious and even life-threatening, requiring compensation to the worker and his or her family.

Death Benefits

When a worker dies from a workplace injury or event while on the job, his or her immediate family may receive death benefits through workers' compensation law. These cases are subject to strict time limits making it necessary to file your claim for benefits in a timely manner. Our attorney can review your case and advise you on what needs to be done.

Wrongful Death

A wrongful death may be the result of another party's negligent actions or inactions or deliberate wrongdoing. Examples of this type of case include victims of drunk or otherwise negligent drivers, those killed in negligence-based swimming pool drowning, or those who die as a result of medical negligence. In such cases, immediate family survivors may obtain compensation for their losses through a wrongful death claim or lawsuit.