At the Nagelberg Bernard Law Group in Los Angeles, California, we specialize in personal injury claims. In order to better serve our clients, we recognize the need for reliable, accurate information regarding personal injuries.
To help our clients and the general public become more informed about personal injury, we have provided a comprehensive list of resources that would be beneficial for those who have suffered a personal injury. These areas include:
In this section, you will find information relating to topics that pertain to personal injury claims and injuries, such as commonly asked questions and answers. Do you need to know if your personal injury requires legal representation? This section has the answers you need.
Spinal cord injuries often involve permanent changes in the life of the accident victim. Our spinal cord injuries section includes information such as what to do when a spinal cord injury occurs, how spinal cord injuries happen and common types of injuries.
Car and truck accidents are a common cause of personal injury. Our car and truck accident section contains unique information such as how to deal with insurance adjusters, what not to do when involved in a car or truck accident, and more.
In our bike accidents section, find out how specific road conditions can produce personal injury liability for your local and state road department. Here, you’ll also find tips on what to do when a bike accident occurs as well as common injuries.
This section provides the essential details that could save a life in the event of a pedestrian accident. Get the details on what to do first at the scene of the accident and at the local Emergency Room to ensure you get a fair chance at winning your personal injury claim.
Motorcycles offer drivers and their passengers less protection than most other types of vehicles. Motorcycle accidents often result in devastating injuries such as brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputations or even death.
There are very few commercial truck accidents in California that do not result in serious injuries or death. The fact is truck accidents often result in catastrophic injuries such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and amputations.
There is nothing more devastating than learning about the wrongful death of a loved one, but are not helpless to respond. Find out whether another party is legally responsible for your loved one’s death.
Dangerous and faulty products can cause serious bodily injury or even death to innocent victims. New products get recalled every day, and oftentimes, those recalls do not even happen until after people are injured or killed. Find out how to protect yourself.
The most common causes for train accidents range from driver negligence to neglected track and car maintenance. Individuals that have been injured in a train accident would have it in their best interests to contact an attorney who has handled train accident cases.
Plane crash and aviation accident cases can be very complex. When an aviation disaster strikes, having an experienced law firm in your corner like the Nagelberg Bernard Law Group is essential to recovering all of the compensation you are entitled to.
Working on a construction site is among the most dangerous jobs in the U.S. Thousands of construction site workers are seriously injured and killed in California construction site accidents each year. Research reports show that approximately 40% of all construction site fatalities involve electrocution.
It is never an easy to deal with unexpected and unfortunate incidents that may surround a child’s birth. On rare occasions, complications caused by medical negligence can subject a newborn to serious injury, creating an uncertain future for the child and family members.
Unfortunately, some medications are brought to market prematurely without proper safeguards taken into consideration, sometimes causing serious injuries and harm to the patient’s health. We have been representing individuals harmed by bad medications for over 30 years.
When the nursing home betrays our trust, the results are devastating. Today, many institutions that provide long-term care for the elderly are owned by for-profit corporations. You have the right to take on these institutions, and we will work with you to hold them accountable for their actions.