A 16-year-old girl was hit by a delivery van for local supermarket while riding her bicycle home from school. After Fiore Legal took over the case, we were able to negotiate a settlement for her for 3 Million Dollars.
A uniform delivery driver injured his back and was forced to undergo surgery due to the negligence of warehouse employees. Fiore Legal obtained 1.5 Million Dollars for his injuries.
After a man in 50's suffered a broken neck in a low speed rear-end collision. We successfully sued Ford Motor Co. for a defective seat in his car causing the injury, winning $2.5M.
A High School Football player suffered traumatic brain injury during a game and was forced to continue playing by his coach. Fiore Legal obtained 5.2 Million Dollars for his injuries.
A man in his 40s was severely injured when the stairway for his apartment building in Los Angeles broke under his feet. After a hard-fought court battle, Fiore Legal obtained 3.2 Million Dollars.
A FedEx delivery driver was injured when the door of a major Hollywood record producers recording studio collapsed onto him. We obtained 3 Million Dollars for his injuries.
After an accident, an insurance company’s offer may sound appealing and may discourage you from contacting a personal injury lawyer. And while you may feel tempted to accept their offer because it may feel like the easier option right now, this can set you back tremendously in the long run. In fact, accepting an insurance company’s offer without an attorney on your side can cause you many financial hardships in the long run, resulting in you not being able to make ends meet. Before you decide to accept any offer, it is best to consult with a personal injury lawyer in Los Angeles.
If you were injured in an Uber or Lyft accident, it is essential that you seek legal help from an experienced rideshare lawyer in Los Angeles as soon as possible to protect your rights. Our team has successfully recovered millions on behalf of our clients who were injured in Uber and Lyft accidents.
No. Pain and suffering are separate from medical bills, meaning that they are two different types of damages that you may be able to recover.
You can maximize your personal injury settlement by carefully building strong evidence for your case. A good start is by understanding the types of damages that apply to your case and building evidence upon each loss you are claiming. Our team can help advise you more thoroughly once we have a better understanding of your case.
While some minor personal injury cases do not always require a lawyer, it is in your best interest to at least consult with one. For instance, insurance companies are known for offering very low settlements to close out the case as soon as they can, as they are in the business to protect their own pockets. However, hiring an attorney means that you likely will obtain a larger settlement than initially offered. In addition, you will not have to deal with the many complexities of your case, as we will handle that for you so you can focus on your recovery.
You do not need to determine this on your own. Contact our team for a free consultation and we will be able to evaluate the circumstances of your accident and determine if you are eligible to file a personal injury claim.
In California, as well as many other jurisdictions, victims are still eligible for compensation even if they are found partially at fault. However, under some circumstances, individuals cannot recover compensation if their negligence partially contributed to their injuries.
Many victims do not feel hurt immediately after an accident, but that doesn't mean you shouldn’t seek medical attention. You may be in shock and your adrenaline is high, therefore, it covers up the pain. Because of this, it is always best to seek medical attention after an accident to be sure that there aren’t any underlying issues, as they can worsen quickly.
Of course! In fact, the majority of our cases settle before ever having to go to court. We understand that many of our clients are busy and don’t want to deal with having to go to court, which is why we do everything it takes to obtain a fair settlement that you are happy with instead of having to file a lawsuit. And even then, we never file a lawsuit without our client’s consent.
Yes. You can sue the government, county, or city. However, it is essential that you have an experienced legal team on your side, such as our team at the Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr. In addition, it is important to know that the statute of limitations (which is normally two years for most personal injury cases), is significantly shorter with these claims. Therefore, it is best to consult with a personal injury lawyer in Los Angeles as soon as possible so you are able to file a claim in time.