Welcome

The most important piece of advice I can possibly offer you is this:

  • Do not discuss your injury with anyone other than your spouse;
  • Do not sign any document about your injury for anyone;

–until you’ve consulted a personal injury attorney who specializes in cases like yours.

Why? You risk unnecessarily complicating your case and possibly causing a much less favorable outcome.

Yours faithfully,
Maurice L. Abarr, Esq.

Overview

We are a unique law firm. We represent workers, Veterans, and small-business owners. If you’ve been seriously injured–physically or monetarily–we’re here to help you. We have broad experience in taking injury cases to a winning conclusion. That includes personal injury, accidents, wrongful death, on-the-job injuries (Workers’ Compensation), Veterans appealing their service-connected disability awards, and more. Our clients’ well-being is our top priority.

We’ve spent decades helping injury victims and their families prevail against the Insurance industry to obtain justice. Since 2007, we have been advocates for injured Veterans who are appealing their disability awards with the VA. We’ve made it our mission to educate, defend, and offer legal aid to those (and their loved ones) who have been hurt. We’ll help you understand each of the steps before you. There’s no obligation. We offer a free consultation to get you started on the right path and to help bring you peace of mind.

We will provide you with personal attention and access as needed. We will move your case forward, should you prefer to settle it quickly. But, we have the resources and experience to take your case to trial, should that be in your best interest. Either way, we’re available for consultation as needed.

Your Needs

Are you looking for:

  • An accomplished, professional lawyer?
  • A free consultation?
  • A Personal Injury Lawyer who respects the client?

Since 1974, Maurice L. Abarr has been practicing law in California specializing in Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation cases.

 

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