If an injury caused by someone else’s wrongdoing has caused you to suffer financial loss, or physical and emotional pain and suffering, the person or persons responsible for your injury should pay the costs. Personal injury victims have a right to pursue the responsible parties for damages. A personal injury lawyer can help you build a case and successfully hold the party who injured you liable.
At Pintas & Mullins Law Firm, our Glendale personal injury lawyers never shy away from the tough cases. When other lawyers tell you that they cannot help you or that your case does not have a high chance of success, we want to see if we can help. We can evaluate your case for free and give you a frank assessment of your chances of recovering compensation, along with the estimated value of your claim. We also work on a contingency fee basis, so we never charge any up-front fees.
To get started, call Pintas & Mullins Law Firm today at (800) 223-5115.
We Help Clients Seek Fair Compensation for Their Injuries
Whether you suffered a minor or a severe injury, we can help you fight for compensation if someone else was at fault. Our job is to present evidence to prove the other party was responsible and to pursue them and their insurance company for compensation. We never stop working for you, and we never collect a fee until you get paid.
Whether your injury was a common occurrence or a freak accident, do not discount the possibility that someone else may be responsible. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), millions of accidents result in hospitalizations each year. The Glendale personal injury lawyers at Pintas & Mullins Law Firm will find out for sure.
We focus on the following personal injury practice areas and more:
Car, Truck, and Motorcycle Accidents
If you were involved in any type of motor vehicle accident, we can help you pursue compensation from the other driver and their insurance company. We handle cases involving car accidents, truck accidents (including 18-wheelers), and motorcycle accidents. If you were partially to blame for your accident, we can still help you seek appropriate compensation.
Falls on Private or Public Property
If you slipped and fell on someone else’s property, whether public or private, residential or commercial, you may be entitled to compensation from the property owner, property manager, and other potentially liable parties. We can gather evidence and prove that a hazardous condition, one that should have been dealt with by the owner or manager of the property, was the reason for your accident.
Defective or Damaged Products
Product manufacturers have broad liability when they put damaged goods on the market that injure consumers. We do not have to show that they were negligent or malicious in any way. We may hold them liable simply based on the fact that you were using their product for its stated purpose at the time of your injury.
If you were injured by a healthcare provider due to a surgical error, a misdiagnosed or undiagnosed condition, or a reaction to the wrong drug, we can help you pursue a medical malpractice claim against the doctor, their staff, and the medical facility.
Employers must provide coverage to their employers. Under this program, you can file a claim if you get hurt on the job. But if your employer denies the claim, which they can only do under very limited circumstances, you have options for recourse. For example, we can help you file an appeal. We can also help you pursue private legal action if another party other than your employer contributed to the injury.
Other Personal Injuries
We can help you fight for compensation for any number of injuries, including those not mentioned above. Call Pintas & Mullins Law Firm today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
Types of Potential Compensation
We can determine the types of losses you have incurred and pursue the responsible party for all of them. We will fight for a compensation package that includes money for:
- Medical expenses
- Lost salary or earnings
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Depending on your specific injuries and the nature of your accident, other compensation may apply.
We Can Help You Abide by the Statute of Limitations
California Code of Civil Procedure Section 335.1 limits your time to file personal injury claims to two years in most situations, but not all. If your case has unique factors or extenuating circumstances, the deadline may be shorter or longer. You want to determine your rights as soon as possible to ensure you do not put your case at risk by missing an important deadline. Pintas & Mullins Law Firm can take quick legal action once you contact us about your potential case.
For a free legal consultation with an personal injury lawyer serving Glendale, call (800) 794-0444
Consider a Glendale Personal Injury Lawyer
We want to get to work for you today. Our Glendale personal injury lawyers can help you pursue a fair settlement from the responsible party or parties and their insurers. If you do not get paid, neither do we. Call us at (800) 223-5115.