Garden Grove Personal Injury Attorney

Fighting for Your Entitlements After an Accident

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury in an accident or other incident caused by another person's careless or reckless behavior, you deserve to seek justice. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., our injury lawyers may act as a strong advocate for your rights and entitlements in a claim for compensation. If you are feeling overwhelmed by difficult financial burdens and a long recovery process, contact our firm and discuss your situation to determine the next step to securing your future.

We have more than 40 years of collective legal experience in injury representation.
To date, our personal injury lawyers in Garden Grove have secured over $50 million in damages on behalf of our clients in case verdicts and settlements.

The Injury Claims and Accident Cases We Handle

Our firm has helped clients who have suffered injuries in a variety of different situations and to various degrees of severity. From whiplash injuries in car accidents to catastrophic injuries in construction accidents, our legal team takes a personalized approach to each case that enables our clients to pursue an effective legal solution. We work relentlessly to help each of our clients take their life back.

Suffering Serious Injury in a Traffic Accident

Auto accidents are among the most common and most damaging experiences an individual may undergo. Whether you were injured as a driver, a passenger, or a pedestrian, seeking financial compensation from the at-fault party can be an extremely uncomfortable and difficult process. At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., we help victims involved in car accidents, truck accidents, and other traffic situations. We help our clients take the next step toward securing the recompense they deserve, whether from an insurance provider or a negligent driver.

Filing Claims for Catastrophic Injuries & Wrongful Death

Injuries to the back, spine, and head are some of the most serious injuries a person can suffer. These catastrophic injuries often lead to years of medical treatment and rehabilitation, and can permanently alter the course of a person's life. If you have suffered a serious injury in an accident, it is vital that your claim for compensation reflect the full cost of your present and future expenses.

Losing a loved one to fatal injuries in an accident is a tragic experience that no family can prepare for. Filing a claim for wrongful death may allow you to seek justice on your loved one's behalf and alleviate the burdens that come in the aftermath of a sudden loss. Our injury lawyers may offer the caring support and guidance you need to complete the process and so you may focus on healing.

Explore Your Legal Options with Us—Call 888-480-3883

According to the California statute of limitations, personal injury and wrongful death claims must be filed within two years of the incident. The court may deny your claim if you file after this period. Although your time is limited, you should not rush to file a claim—the first step is to consult a legal professional who can investigate your situation and inform you about all of your legal options.

At Cohn & Swartzon, P.C., we offer a free case evaluation for our clients to discuss their case and determine their next steps. Because we operate on a contingency fee basis, our clients do not pay up-front attorney fees; we only collect a fee if our clients are awarded compensation. This allows us to focus on protecting our clients' interests while they focus on recovering from their injuries.

A successful injury or wrongful death claim may allow you to fully recover from a terrible accident and regain control of your life and your future opportunities.
Contact our injury attorneys in Garden Grove today or schedule a free consultation online!

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