Accident Fighters, APC
California Personal Injury Attorneys
ACCIDENT FIGHTERS, APC - Unique Personal Injury Law Practice - The attorneys and staff at Accident Fighters, APC, have years of hands-on litigation experience. Having worked on a wide range of personal injury cases including, but not limited to: complicated truck, bus, train, boat and bike accidents, wrongful death cases, minor impact/soft tissue matters, slip/trip and fall accidents, and all variations of auto accidents, including auto vs. auto, auto vs. pedestrian and everything in between, ranging from the most simple to those with highly complicated issues. Our firm has handled numerous cases dealing with trauma to the brain, eyes, ears, knees, shoulders and arms/legs in additional to spinal pain, and neck injuries, and all variations of injury, from the most obvious, to the most difficult to recognize, identify, treat and prove. Our track record of success is top notch.
From this experience in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, semi-truck accidents, and other road and safety-failure accidents, Accident Fighters, APC, has developed the ability to deal with different types of legal issues that distinguish them from most personal injury lawyers in California. Our firm's size, structure and flexibility allow us to provide more attention to our clients when they call the office and need to talk to their lawyer. We study every case before taking them, fighting to swiftly and effectively represent our clients, victims in personal injury cases.
Understanding Personal Injury - Under California law, personal injury is classified as a "tort," which addresses the harm suffered by a person as a result of the conduct (usually described as negligence) of another person, company, or business entity, including government entities. Personal injury cases can arise in different situations such as auto accidents, slip/trip and fall, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle crashes, negligent security or oversight, and cases resulting in wrongful death.
If you suffer a personal injury at the hands of another person, product, business or government entity, you may be entitled to compensation, to be made whole from the negligent person's insurance, or from the person individually. If a family member dies as a result of the negligence of another person or party, you may also be entitled to sue for the personal injury, particularly for the emotional suffering and loss of income and support resulting from your loved one's death also referred to as a wrongful death action.
Do not be left with questions, ask them. Consult with an Accident Fighter Attorney today!