Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys
California attorney Joshua Glotzer has been practicing for over 20 years, having worked on a wide range of personal injury cases including complicated truck accidents, wrongful death cases, slip and fall accidents, negligent security and auto accidents with complicated insurance issues.
His firm has handled numerous cases with seven figure results that can only come from years of practice and experience.
From this experience in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, semi-truck accidents, and other road accidents, this firm has developed the ability to deal with different types of legal issues that distinguish them from most personal injury lawyers in California.
Our firm’s size also allows us to provide more attention to our clients when they call the office and need to talk to a lawyer. We study every case before taking them, ensuring that we are able to do an effective job in representing victims in personal injury cases.
Under California law, personal injury as a tort is the harm suffered by a person as a result of the negligence of another person, company, or business entity.
Personal injury cases can arise in different situations such as auto accidents, slip and fall, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle crashes, negligent security, and wrongful death.
If you suffer a personal injury at the hands of another person, you may be entitled to compensation from a company, or from the negligent person’s insurance, or from the person individually.
If a family member dies as a result of the negligence of another person or party, you may also be entitled to sue for the personal injury, particularly for the emotional suffering and loss of income and support resulting from your loved one’s death also referred to as a wrongful death action.
People who watch law shows on TV or commercials regarding injury or accident cases sometimes feel that they can represent themselves, even if they are not lawyers. Non-lawyers are unaware that a personal injury case can involve numerous legal issues that they may not be properly equipped or trained to handle.
Oftentimes, the other negligent party will have an insurance company and a lawyer representing them, whose job is to deny the claim, minimize your injury, or pay as little as possible for the personal injury claim. Without an attorney, the insurance company will most likely deny your claim or pay out a minimal amount, confident that you are not going to file lawsuit or don’t have the skill or experience to litigate a case in court.
A personal injury lawyer can uphold your rights, maximize the results in your case, and deal with issues such as medical liens, emergency room bills, and different bills from other medical providers. An experienced lawyer will know how to cut down those medical bills to maximize compensation that a client without an attorney won’t be able to do on their own.