5 Kinds of Evidence That May Strengthen Your Car Accident Wrongful Death Claim Every year, more than 30,000 people across the United States die from car
Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, Inc. is an award-winning personal injury law firm in California.
Our personal injury attorneys have over a decade of experience 'fighting for the rights' of injured victims. Our law firm only represents people injured in car accidents, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death and other similar injuries caused by the negligence of others. Our personal injury attorneys 'help injured victims seek compensation for suffering' an injury from another person’s negligence.
We’ve helped numerous families struggling with the loss of a loved one. We remain sensitive to the grieving process, while also managing the complex legal process.
The physical and emotional scars from a dog bite can last a lifetime. Our firm holds owners responsible for dog bites and other animal attacks.
Step 1Protect Your Rights
Step 2Medical Treatment
Step 4Pre-Litigation Settlement
Step 5Filing A Lawsuit
Step 8Jury Trial
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Yes. The information you share with us is protected by the attorney-client privilege and will remain confidential. This protection will apply even when our legal representation terminates or if you do not retain our firm. Because your communications with us are privileged, it is important that you make full disclosure of all pertinent facts with respect to your personal injury claim (such as prior injuries) so that we can fully assess your case. This is further important so the defense does not catch us by surprise in the middle of representation, which could be detrimental to your case.