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California Personal Injury Lawyer
You deserve to receive strong representation and fair compensation for your injuries. With experience at some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the country, founding partner Martin Gasparian, Esq. offers each client the experience of a large firm and the personalized attention to detail of a small business. We understand the tricks and games that big insurance companies like to play and we know how to stop them. We perform thorough investigations into your accident and injuries in order to work towards an ideal settlement or trial verdict.
Contact us today to find out what your case could be worth.
After an auto accident in California, it is important to understand your legal options. Car insurance companies often try to lure victims into taking a lower settlement than they are owed.
In California, bicyclists are given the same rights to the road as cars. If a driver hit you while you were riding your bike, their insurance company is obligated to fairly compensate you for injuries, time from work, and other expenses.
Distracted drivers are a huge threat to pedestrians navigating California's streets. Drivers have an obligation to exercise caution around pedestrians. Not seeing you is not an excuse.
Accidents with semi-trucks and big rigs can be terrifying and the consequences can be devastating. After a truck accident, let us focus on your financial recovery while you focus on healing.
Traumatic injuries are caused by a sudden and violent external force. They can occur at home, in public or at work. These injures are so severe that they can cause shock trauma and long-lasting physical damage.
California is a Strict Liability Dog Bite State, and owners are responsible for their dogs even if they’ve never attacked anyone else before. Insurers will often try to blame you or your child for their injuries, accusing you of provoking the dog. We won't let them.
At Maison Law, we know that financial compensation can’t replace the loved one you lost. But it can give you peace of mind knowing the responsible party was held liable for their negligence.