What We Do
We specialize in representing individuals who have been injured due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another party. These injuries can result from various incidents, such as car accidents, dog bites, slip and falls, medical malpractice, or defective products. The injured party may be entitled to compensation for damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Personal injury claims can be complex and require the assistance of an experienced legal professional who can help the injured party navigate the legal process and negotiate with insurance companies. We have extensive knowledge of the law and the resources to deal with large insurance companies to help our clients receive maximum fair compensation for their injuries and losses. If you have been injured and believe you may have a personal injury case, contact us now and receive your free no oblication case review and consultation.
Awarded To Clients
Car accidents are a major cause of injury and death worldwide. Every year, millions of people are involved in car accidents, with a significant number of them resulting in fatalities or severe injuries.
Passenger accidents can occur in various modes of transportation, including cars, uber, lyft, taxis, busses, trains, and planes. These accidents can result from various factors such as mechanical failure, human error, or weather conditions.
TRUCK, METRO & BUS ACCIDENTS
California is one of the most populous states in the US and has a vast network of transportation systems that includes trucks, metro, and buses. Unfortunately, accidents involving these vehicles are not uncommon.
MOTORCYCLE & BICYCLE ACCIDENTS
Motorcycle and bicycle accidents are unfortunately common in California due to the high number of riders on the roads. Injuries resulting from these accidents can be severe, and victims may require significant medical treatment and rehabilitation.
Pedestrian accidents occur when a person on foot is involved in a collision with a motor vehicle or other form of transportation. These accidents are often the result of distracted driving, failure to yield to
Premises liability in California refers to the legal responsibility of property owners to ensure that their premises are reasonably safe for visitors and occupants. Property owners have a duty to maintain their property and take reasonable measures to prevent accidents and injuries.
LOSS OF CONSORTIUM
Loss of consortium claims are a type of personal injury claim that arise when a spouse or family member is deprived of the benefits of a loving and supportive relationship due to the injuries or death of their loved one. These claims are typically brought in conjunction with a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and seek compensation for the loss of companionship, emotional support, and sexual relations. Loss of consortium claims can be difficult to prove, as they require a demonstration of the impact of the injury or death on the relationship between the parties. However, with the help of experienced legal professional and expert testimony, the injured party or surviving family members can seek compensation for the tangible and intangible losses they have suffered. Loss of consortium claims can provide some measure of comfort and support to those who have suffered the loss of a loved one or a significant change in their relationship due to injury. When you suffer a serious injury due to someone else's negligence, it inadvertently and adversely effects the ones closest to you. Your spouse or life partner may be entitled to compensation as well.
Law Offices of Garret A. Lungin works with multiple medical providers including specialists and diagnostic facilities on a lien basis. This grants immediate access to their clients for immediate medical care with no upfront cost to their clients. Medical bills on a lien basis refers to an arrangement between healthcare providers, attorney and patients where the healthcare provider agrees to provide medical treatment to the patient with the understanding that they will be paid after the patient has settled a legal claim or lawsuit related to the medical treatment. This type of billing arrangement is often used in personal injury cases where the injured party does not have health insurance or cannot afford to pay for medical treatment upfront. By agreeing to treat the patient on a lien basis, the healthcare provider becomes a creditor and has a legal claim to the settlement or judgment awarded in the case. Medical bills on a lien basis can be a useful option for clients who need medical treatment but are unable to pay for it immediately as it allows them to receive the care they need without worrying about the cost upfront.