The Attorney Should Hear You
If you’re injured on the job or due to your military service, you’re already suffering physical pain, emotional distress, and may possibly be facing financial ruin. Such circumstances are likely to be amongst the most difficult you’ve ever faced. We understand. This is our field of expertise. And, we know how important it is—not to just listen—but to really hear our clients. We’ll explain the process and guide you through the various decisions that must be made. And, we’ll craft the best possible legal strategy, based on your unique case.
We’ll let clients in a recent Workers Compensation case provide some perspective…
Mr. B.: “Mr. Abarr took my case and helped guide me through the toughest time in my life. Mr. Abarr got me the best care in southern California. After being in a trucking accident where I suffered a traumatic brain injury. Maurice had my back from day one. He loves to help people and so does his staff. Maurice you are my hero! Thank you for everything.”
Mrs. B.: “Mr. Abarr helped my husband and myself throughout our case every step of the way. He is a kind, sensitive and a very knowledgeable person and lawyer! I’m very proud of the way Mr. Abarr and his staff handled our case. We couldn’t have done it without them. Best lawyer that you could ask for with a beautiful soul that really cares for his clients. He will do whatever it takes to get you the information and care that is needed for your case. He’s a very hands on lawyer that truly cares for people.”
If you’ve sustained a job or service related injury, give us an opportunity to hear you. My staff and I are ready to help. There is no charge for a case evaluation. Ever.
NOTICE: Making a false or fraudulent Workers Compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.