Comprehensive Personal Injury Litigation throughout Southern California
The Law Office of Tal Rubin concentrates in litigating major personal injury cases on behalf of its clients throughout Los Angeles and Southern California. We handle personal injury matters across the spectrum of severity and difficulty with a focus on bringing to trial the most challenging and serious personal injury cases. Our clients find us through reaching out to us directly by contacting our office for a free consultation or through referrals from other attorneys who, for any number of reasons, are not in a position to take the particular personal injury matter to trial. Below is an overview of the types of matters we handle at the Law Office of Tal Rubin. Please click on any heading for further information on our personal injury legal services:
Southern California has one of the highest rates of car accidents in the entire country, and thousands of people are injured across the region every year. These injuries can range from relatively minor to potentially catastrophic, and the property damage and loss of income can be a serious financial blow. While insurance companies may want you to settle for small offers, speaking with a lawyer can improve your chances of obtaining a full recovery.
Due to the massive size and power of trucks, people involved in truck accidents often experience devastating injuries, requiring them to undergo extensive medical treatments, repeated surgeries, and to be unable to work for long periods of time while enduring pain and suffering. Numerous defendants may be liable in a truck accident, and an attorney will help you sort out liability and recover for your damages.
Motorcycles are a time-honored Southern California tradition, but too often they can result in serious and even deadly injuries, due to driver error, faulty equipment, or other forms of negligence. Speak with an attorney who can help you obtain the proper recovery for your physical injuries and property damage, and get you back on the road again.
Given the dense vehicular traffic in Southern California, pedestrians are at great risk of personal injury whether on the sidewalk, in a crosswalk, or otherwise in or around a street or crossing. While insurers and defendants will try to deflect blame toward the pedestrian to avoid liability, a personal injury attorney will fight these arguments to help you win your claim.
Property owners have a duty to take steps to protect guests and patrons on their property from risks such as wet floors, icy steps, and even criminal actors, and may be liable to injured plaintiffs whether they are a business, public entity, or private owner. Work with an attorney to determine whether you have a premises liability claim and to recover for your injuries.
Dog owners and other pet owners have a legal duty to prevent their pets from biting or otherwise attacking victims. Contrary to popular opinion, California has no “one-free bite” rule, meaning an owner may be liable to a dog bite victim regardless of whether the dog has ever bitten anyone or has a tendency to bite. An attorney can help you prepare your dog bite claim.
If you have experienced an injury on the job, you can recover under California workers’ compensation rules, even in cases where the employer was not at fault. An injured worker may also recover more comprehensive damages in a civil suit under some circumstances. An attorney will help guide you in bringing or appealing your workers’ compensation or civil claim.
Catastrophic injuries are injuries for which a victim will experience a significant deprivation in the enjoyment of life for many years to come, which can include an inability or lowered ability to work. The damages available in such cases include the lifetime costs of medical care, lost income, and pain and suffering, and an experienced personal injury attorney will make a compelling case for a victim’s full range of injuries.
Head and brain injuries are serious injuries generally caused by force or trauma to the brain. They often are caused as the result of automobile or truck accidents, and can commonly be the product of work-related accidents or acts of violence such as battery or gunfire. Because the effects of such injuries are often life-long, a personal injury attorney will work to obtain maximum recovery for your full range of damages over your lifetime.
Spinal cord injuries are generally devastating injuries resulting in a permanent loss of at least partial function or mobility. Automobile accidents, truck accidents, acts of violence, and recreational accidents (including organized sports) are common causes of spinal cord injuries. An attorney will help you identify the proper defendants and bring a case for your full lifetime damages.
When a person has died as a result of the negligent, reckless, or intentional acts of another (including accidents and criminal acts), the family of the victim may work with an experienced personal injury attorney to bring a wrongful death action against the perpetrators of the act for the losses suffered by the victim as well as for the lost income and emotional support provided by the deceased.
Staying active and fit is a central part of the California lifestyle, but unfortunately recreational activities present their own dangers as well. Whether the activity be snowboarding, skiing, watercraft sports, or simply going to the gym, the risk of injury is present, and those in the recreational business have a legal duty to prevent foreseeable risks to you. An attorney can help you determine whether you have a recreational injury claim.
Work with the Law Office of Tal Rubin to Bring Your Southern California Personal Injury Claim
At the Law Office of Tal Rubin, we are prepared to go the distance for each and every one of our clients, providing them with the highest level of client service every step of the way. We provide legal services on a contingency basis, meaning you will only be charged a legal fee when we win your personal injury case. Please call the Law office of Tal Rubin today to schedule a free consultation on your personal injury matter.