An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney Can Make The Difference In Your Case

Being injured in an accident can take an incredible toll on someone's life. You are trying to recover from the injuries while worrying about medical bills and insurance, vehicle repairs and lost time from work. Accidents can happen to anyone. They often happen in a matter of seconds. Suddenly, your life has been divided into two parts: your life before the accident occurred and the time after the accident occurred.

You wish you could turn back time, but you can't. If you have injuries and someone else contributed to or caused those injuries, you probably have a personal injury liability claim.

Not All Personal Injury Attorneys Are The Same

For over 20 years, the attorneys at Tesser | Grossman LLP have been getting results. We are experienced litigators and have won many six-figure deals for our clients. Having that experience on your side can make the difference in the outcome in your case. We've tried numerous cases and won. View our case results to see how we can make a difference for you.

Call our Los Angeles office for a free consultation at 310-694-5424.

Many Types Of Personal Injury Cases

We represent clients in a variety of personal injury cases, including:

  • Accidents where serious injuries have occurred, including auto accidents, pedestrian accidents; bike, motorcycle and ATV accidents
  • Semi truck accidents, tractor-trailer accidents and 18-wheeler accidents
  • Premises liability claims such as slip and falls on sidewalks, or dog bites
  • Accidents on construction sites
  • Water parks and amusements parks
  • Exposure to toxic substances including chemicals, mold and asbestos
  • Electrocution and fire accidents
  • Travel accidents involving cruise ships, boating and drowning accidents
  • Recreational accidents
  • Railroad, helicopter and airplane accidents
  • Liability for defective products
  • Medical negligence claims
  • Nursing home neglect

How Is Negligence Determined In California?

There are five rules for determining negligence:

  1. The negligent person must have owed a duty of care to the other party.
  2. The person was negligent in that duty.
  3. The negligence caused the injuries.
  4. The lack of care directly caused the accident and resulting injuries.
  5. You must have incurred damages, meaning injuries, as a result of the accident.

All of these elements must be present in order for the other party to be liable for your damages.

Free Consultation About Your Injury Case

Hiring an experienced lawyer can be the most critical element in how your case will turn out. We've represented many clients with personal injuries and won huge verdicts for them. Email us about your injury claim, or call our office at 310-694-5424.

Our fees for personal injury cases are contingency-based, meaning we are paid a percentage out of any settlement money received only when we win for you.