Our Practice Areas

Our Law Practices

Personal Injury

Personal injury claims are legal disputes that arise when an individual suffers harm from an accident or injury caused by the negligence or willful act of another individual or party. A personal injury case lawsuit can be filed in and litigated through a civil court proceeding, or it may be resolved through an informal settlement before a lawsuit is filed. For additional information related to personal injury CTA.

Automobile Collisions

Legal claims that arise from motor vehicle collisions are typically governed by the civil laws of negligence and the California Motor Vehicle Code. An individual who negligently operates a motor vehicle may be required to pay damages to an injured victim. In court, the injured party (plaintiff) is required to prove that the defendant was negligent.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents

Pedestrians and bicyclists are often involved in accidents involving automobiles or other vehicles. The laws related to pedestrian and bicycle accidents are typically governed by the civil laws of negligence and the California Motor Vehicle Code. It is important to consult a qualified personal injury lawyer if you have been injured as a pedestrian or bicyclist to discuss your case and the possible remedies available.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle riders have the same legal rights as automobile drivers. Motorcycle accident victims typically suffer substantial damages when they are involved in an collision. Accordingly, it is important to consult a qualified California personal injury lawyer if you have been injured in a motorcycle accident to discuss your case and the possible remedies available.

Slip and Fall

Slip and fall injuries can happen anywhere. The owner or possessor of a residence, land, or place of business has a duty to exercise reasonable care for the protection of those individuals who come upon the premises. Failure to exercise this duty may result in liability.

Defective Products

Product liability refers to a manufacturer or seller being liable for placing a defective product into the hands of a consumer. A person injured by a defective or dangerous product may be eligible to make claim and recover damages under one of the following categories: strict product liability, negligence, or breach of warranty.

We also Handle


·   Neck and Back Injuries
·   Head Injuries
·   Brain Injuries
·   Wrongful Death
·   Catastrophic Injuries
·   Dog Bites