Practice Areas

Lemon Laws
When someone buys a new or almost new car, they expect that it will run reliably and not need constant repairs. When a car repeatedly breaks down or has other problems despite numerous repair attempts, it is known as a lemon. Under the Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act, which is commonly known as the “California Lemon Law,” dealers are required to protect consumers from purchasing a lemon.
Car Accidents
Car accidents often have huge financial consequences. In addition to the damage to the vehicle, even a relatively minor accident can cause soft tissue injuries that require repeated follow up care. Losses also include lost time from work due to medical appointments, temporary disability, and car repair appointments as well as incidental costs like taxi fares or rental car costs.
Slip & Fall
A person who slips and falls due to a property owner’s failure to remove hazards and suffers an injury is entitled to receive full compensation for any losses they suffer due to the injury. This includes immediate medical care, follow up treatments, and lost wages.
Wrongful Death
Wrongful death claims are brought when a death is caused by the negligence, recklessness, or intentional action of another. Common examples include auto accidents, medical malpractice, defective products, workplace accidents, and crimes such as assault. Other causes of death which were the fault of another person may also be covered under the law.
Product Liability
When an unsafe product is put into the marketplace, the manufacturer is responsible for compensating consumers for any injuries that they suffer. This includes both their medical treatment and any consequential damages like lost wages or permanent disability. Product liability claims generally fall into three categories.

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