Do You Have a Joint Injury Case?
If you or a family member has suffered from any type of joint injury due to someone else's carelessness, you may be able to file lawsuit.
An injury lawsuit allows you to pursue compensation for all costs associated with the accident.
How Do You Know Whether or Not You Have a Case?
Many people who have suffered a knee injury, a shoulder injury, a hip injury, a wrist injury or another joint injury hesitate to take action. Many people believe that they may have been partially at fault, so there is nothing they can do.
Even if you believe you were partially at fault, you can take action. A joint injury can be serious and cause you significant problems, as well as significant costs. You have the right to pursue proper compensation.
S & S Legal Group Handles all Types of Joint Injuries
Our lawyers have more than 30 years of combined experience helping people who have suffered from the following joint injuries:
- Knee injury
- Shoulder injury
- Wrist injury
- Hip injury
- Torn rotator cuff / meniscus
All of our experience is put to work helping people injured in accidents. When you turn to us for help, you can expect an honest assessment of your case. You can expect to hear the good, as well as the bad. You can be confident that our experience means we can find the good where others may miss it. This means that if your case was turned down by another attorney, you should still discuss it with us.
Aggressive Representation. Maximum Compensation.
Obtaining fair compensation is not always easy in injury cases. But we know how to build a strong case, and we know the importance of both negotiation and trial. If the opposition refuses to offer a fair settlement, we will fight for you in the courtroom.
You can be sure of one thing: We will do everything we can to pursue the compensation you need to cover medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and other costs. We want to recover compensation for not only for yesterday's costs and today's costs, but for tomorrow's costs, as well.
No Fee Unless We Recover Money for You
There are no costs or fees that you pay. We handle your joint injury case on a contingency fee basis, which means we only get paid if we recover compensation for you. If there is no recovery, you owe us nothing!
Free Consultations ― 24/7
Contact us for a free no-obligation consultation with an experienced lawyer serving Los Angeles and all parts of the great state of California. If travelling is difficult for you, we can meet with you in your home, at the hospital, or any other convenient place.