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Protecting the Injured

Your Story Matters to Us

We’re on your side.

 

For over 30 years, we’ve helped secure brighter futures for people just like you who have been hurt by the carelessness of another. We fight for the relief, respect and recovery you deserve – and we won’t take no for an answer.

“Dan Hodes treated me like a human being, not just another client. He showed me he cared by how hard he worked on my case.”
– Dalia P.

 

Experience

Real trial lawyers with more than 100 combined years of experience protecting our clients.

Victories

Record-setting verdicts and over $200 million recovered on behalf of our well-deserving clients.

Awards

Our firm has earned over 65 awards, but our greatest achievements are our clients’ success stories.

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News & FAQ’s

What do I do after a car accident?
What you do immediately after a car accident can significantly affect the outcome of your case. If you have not already done so, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible – even if you feel fine. You should also notify your insurance company, and it is very important that you do not speak to the other party’s insurance company or admit fault for the accident in any way, even if you think you might be responsible. Let the investigation unfold. Admitting fault at any point could be damaging to your case… Learn More
How much compensation will I receive?
It’s nearly impossible to predict how much compensation you will receive for a given claim. The value of your case can be moved by several factors, such as the extent of injury, medical expenses (both long and short term) and your current and future conditions. You can receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and emotional and physical pain and suffering. We can, however, give you a basic assessment of your claim for compensation based on details about your case and similar case outcomes… Learn More
What is product liability?
Product liability law allows a consumer to seek compensation for injury or property damage that happened as a result of using a defective product. This can include everything from car airbags to faulty machinery and prescription drugs that fail to warn the user about their side effects. A product is considered defective if it is unreasonably dangerous when it is used as intended. If you’ve been injured when using a product, there are three things you must prove to move forward with a product liability claim… Learn More
Why should I hire a personal injury attorney?
Put simply, an experienced personal injury attorney can get you a much higher recovery amount than you could on your own. The law surrounding personal injury is complex and the processes can be time-consuming. Insurance companies will defend their case and are known to recruit and hire talented lawyers to do so. Having an advocate on your side to skillfully walk you through the legal process, answer your questions and speak to your highest concerns will save you valuable time for focusing on your health, your family, and getting your life back in order… Learn More
How much does it cost to hire an attorney?
Our law firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means that if we do not win your case, you don’t owe us a nickel. There are no upfront fees or costs, and we cover the bill for all necessary expenses to your case. You are protected from paying us back for anything if your case does not end successfully. This affords our clients the clear conscience and comfort they need and deserve during a challenging time in their lives… Learn More
How much time after I am injured do I have to file a lawsuit?
Because personal injury claims are time-sensitive, you should contact an attorney immediately about your injury. Injured individuals have what is called a statute of limitations, which is the window of time you have to bring a case against another party. If you don’t file a claim against the other party before this period, you lose your chance to seek compensation for all damages. The statute of limitations varies depending on the case, and in California, it is two years from the date of injury for most cases… Learn More
What is a MICRA cap?
The Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (MICRA) is a statute that was passed in 1975 that places a $250,000 limit or “cap” on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases in California. This means that no matter how much pain or suffering a medical professional has caused by negligence, a plaintiff can only be compensated up to $250,000. This includes death as a result of medical malpractice. There is, however, no limit on economic damages such as lost wages for those unable to work because of injury or death… Learn More

Testimonials

Kevin Liebeck is someone I can trust 100% and would highly recommend his services. He’s not only personal, friendly and professional but has always been there for us day or night when we’ve had questions or concerns.

Chris G.

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I emailed over 200 lawyers over a 2 year time span. Jeff Milman won my case and I cannot thank him enough for believing in me!! He was so pleasant to work with and professional. I will forever be thankful to him and his team!

Kymbirley B.

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Jeff Milman was referred to us after my wife was in a very serious auto accident. He has been responsive, accessible and on top of our case from the start.  Kudos to his team as well, Brenda his assistant and Drew have been great to work with and always very responsive. We are happy to recommend them as our experience has been exceptional.

Bill G.

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