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You have been in a car accident and you do not know what to do. The adjusters are or will start calling. Medical expenses will start to rack up (and you may or may not have health insurance to pay for the bills). Your car is a wreck. Evidence may be disappearing the longer that you wait. You need an attorney on your side. We have the experience and tenacity to get you the settlement that you deserve. With one call to us, we take over everything and with no money out of pocket you can rest easy knowing that everything is being handled. If we do not win you money for your case, then we do not charge you a dime. Period. You have nothing to lose.
Our managing attorney graduated summa cum laude from UCLA and at the top of his class from Loyola Law School. He clerked for Judge Mary M. Schroeder on the Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He spent the formative years of his career at one of the nation’s largest and most revered law firms, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP representing Fortune 100 companies including Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Walmart, Toyota, and many others. He has been an adjunct professor of law at Loyola Law School and is a member of countless BAR organizations. Our reputation in the legal community is second to none because our law firm was built on a solid foundation.
We believe that when you hire an attorney, you should be able to communicate directly with that attorney. You are not treated like a number at our firm. We work hard to understand the specifics of your situation and to craft a compelling case to fight for the best outcome for you. It is this “secret sauce” that sets us apart from other law firms. In fact, it is the reason we exist.
Our firm has already recovered millions of dollars for our clients. Whether big or small an accident can have tremendous ramifications for the rest of your life. It can cause new injuries or it can exacerbate previously existing conditions that you did not even know you had. We fight on every case because every case matters.