Personal Injury

Advocating For Victims Of Accidents

The Law Offices of Mauro Fiore, Jr., provides experienced representation for individuals who have been injured in an accident or due to another person’s negligence. Our firm handles all types of personal injury claims, as well as workers’ compensation and medical malpractice claims in California.

Injured in an accident? Call us at 866-583-9564. We will help you set up a same-day appointment with a doctor to get your injuries evaluated and treated.

You need strong legal representation when you have been injured in an accident. Our lawyers provide dedicated attention and personal service to every client. We will protect your rights and help you explore your options to pursue compensation to help you pay for your injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Protecting You And Your Family After An Accident

Our goal is to protect you and your family. We have extensive experience helping individuals and their families in a wide variety of personal injury claims that involve:

  • Construction site accidents and workplace injury claims — Our firm represents workers who have been injured on construction sites and other job sites. We help our clients recover compensation under both workers’ compensation laws in California and third-party lawsuits.
  • Property owner negligence — Our firm aggressively represents victims of slip-and-fall accidents, swimming pool accidents, negligence occurring on government property and other types of premises liability.
  • Medical malpractice claims — We protect the rights and interests of people who have been injured because of mistakes made by doctors, health care providers and other licensed professionals in Southern California.

Our attorneys will help you pursue a legal claim against those responsible for your injuries. Accident compensation can help you minimize or prevent the financial losses caused by your accident.

We obtained a $1 million settlement for a man who suffered severe kidney damage after he was prescribed a recalled drug.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Cases

Here are answers to some questions our clients have about personal injury claims.

What services does your firm provide?

Simply put, our mission is helping injured people and the families of fatal accident victims rebuild their lives. When you retain us to represent you, we will handle all aspects of your case. That means all dealings with insurance companies, handling your medical bills, and representing you in court and in settlement negotiations. You can focus on your recovery.

What types of compensation are possible in a personal injury case?

The answer to that question depends on your specific circumstances. Let’s say you have suffered a life-changing injury such as a brain injury or spinal cord injury. You may be entitled to compensation for past and future medical costs, physical therapy costs, vocational rehabilitation, lost income, pain and suffering, and other economic and noneconomic losses. Our firm always seeks to maximize the financial recovery for every client.

What if I don’t have money to pay for legal representation?

That’s no problem. Our firm takes personal injury cases on contingency. You will not have to pay any attorney fees or costs upfront. You will owe those only if we obtain compensation for you, to be paid as a percentage of the settlement or jury award we obtain for you.

What role does a life care planner play in a personal injury case?

When the injuries are severe and life-changing, we retain the services of a life care planner. This medical professional will interview the injured person and family, as well as medical experts. The goal will be to create an outline that specifies all of the medical care, rehabilitation services and personal services that the victim will need for the rest of his or her life. We will then seek the financial resources that can pay for those services, as well as all other compensable losses.

What is a third-party claim?

Most work accident claims are no-fault claims. The workers’ compensation system pays benefits to an injured worker regardless of who was to blame for the accident. However, when an accident is the fault of someone other than a co-employee, an injured worker can seek compensation from that party as well as workers’ compensation benefits. Examples of third parties include equipment suppliers, vehicle drivers and contractors. The value of a third-party claim often far exceeds the value of workers’ compensation benefits.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Case

We will advocate for your best interests and guide you through the legal process so you know what to expect along the way.

Contact us online or call us at 866-262-3670to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no risk to meet with us. We do not charge any fees until we recover compensation in your case. We have offices in Los Angeles, Monrovia, West Covina and Palm Desert.

Every employee at our firm is bilingual in English and Spanish to better serve our clients.

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