Personal Injury Attorneys

Our firm has a philosophy and work ethic enable us to provide competent, aggressive representation. We understand that the practice of law is more than just providing legal services to injured people. It is a profession and a passion. Our philosophy also affects the way we try cases and litigate personal injury cases.  We pursue our client's matters aggressively, planning to obtain appropriate settlements but always preparing cases if they should go to trial. We know our way around the courtroom and look forward to presenting your story when a person or company causing injury or death fails to take responsibility for his or its actions. Therefore, we treat our clients as we would want to be treated.  We communicate with our clients about critical decisions to be made in their injury cases, and we promptly return telephone calls and Emails. Don't file an insurance claim without talking to a personal injury attorney first.

We will review any injury or death case without initial charge to determine whether we can help.  If we are able to take your case, you will not be charged any attorneys’ fees unless you recover, (this is called a contingency case). All of the court costs, litigation expenses, and medical bills would be paid from your share of any recovery.  If there is no recovery, you would not be responsible for any court costs or litigation expenses (except for unpaid medical bills).  We take all types of personal injury cases including those arising from car & truck accidents, motorcycle crashes, assault, inadequate security, unsafe workplace, daycare negligence, dangerous and defective products, dog bites / attacks, and medical malpractice. Whether you're looking for a insurance bad faith lawyer or Inland Empire accident attorney, you need to find a law firm with the right set of experience and skills.

When searching for a personal injury lawyer there are a few things you should keep in mind.

  1. Don't just hire the firm with the best website or advertising. It's natural to make knee-jerk decisions based off of first impressions, but some of the best attorneys don't advertise at all. 
  2. What type of law does the attorney focus on? Many attorneys focus their practices on other forms of law while waiting for a great personal injury case. Do you really want to hire a lawyer who splits their time on other areas of law while waiting for the goose with the golden egg to walk through their doors?
  3. What experience do they have? Look for an attorney with litigation and trial experience, there is a difference. In every personal injury case there comes a point where the attorney needs to decide if the client's needs will be better served negotiating a settlement, or going to trial. A trial is very different than negotiating with an insurance company's defense attorneys. Does the attorney you are considering have the experience within a courtroom and not just a conference room?