Brian brings justice for injured people in the Inland Empire
Are you looking for a legal professional committed to helping injury victims? You’ve come to the right place. From car accidents to dog bites, Brian Brandt provides a full range of services for personal injury clients throughout Southern California.
Brian brings three decades of experience to the table when he represents a client hurt in an accident caused by negligence. If you or a loved one has been injured, call The Law Offices of Brian Brandt.
A Southern California native, Brian has a well-earned reputation for consistently securing sizable verdicts and settlements for accident victims. He can help you, too.
A versatile lawyer who is prepared to protect your rights
Click on the following for in-depth information about the following types of cases our law firm handles, as well as the challenges associated with the practice of personal injury law:
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Falls
- Elder Abuse
- Insurance Companies and Accidents
- FAQs About Personal Injury
- Product Liability
- Wrongful Death
It’s important to act fast. The clock is ticking on your claim. In California, you have two years after the date of the injury or death to initiate legal proceedings in a personal injury case or wrongful death claim. Talk to us today. We offer a free initial consultation.
What are common personal injuries?
There are almost as many different types of injuries caused by negligent individuals and companies as there are types of accidents. We know because our law firm has worked with hundreds of different people dealing with a wide range of injuries. Some of the most common injuries people sustain in personal injury accidents include:
- Back injuries
- Brain injuries
- Broken bones
- Burn injuries
- Head injuries
- Neck injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)
What are common types of damages (financial compensation)?
If you or a loved one was seriously injured or died in an accident, you may be eligible for different types of damages (financial compensation). Common types of damages include:
- Punitive damages – Money awarded to injury victims by a jury if the person responsible for the accident demonstrated a deliberate disregard for other people’s safety. Such damages are meant to punish the person responsible for the accident. A property owner who failed to provide adequate light, for example, could be held responsible if you fell and were injured in a parking lot or tripped in a dark hallway and might be required to pay punitive damages.
- Compensatory damages – Financial compensation awarded to injury victims primarily to reimburse them for costs associated with their accident. These costs can include medical bills, replacement of damaged property, lost income and lost future income. Pain and suffering, mental anguish and loss of consortium can also fall under compensatory damages.
- Wrongful death damages – If a loved one died because of negligence, your family could be eligible to obtain financial compensation for many of the items listed above, as well as funeral and burial expenses.
We can discuss all these legal options when you meet with us. That way, you can make informed decisions about what to do to make sure your rights are fully protected.
What can Brian do to help me get compensation?
Brian and his team can help you every step of the way. We go the extra distance for clients. We will get your police accident report, free of charge. We will gather evidence and help you get your medical bills paid. We will negotiate directly with insurance companies on your behalf. We do all the things that need to be done to get you compensation after your accident. That lets you put all of your focus on getting better.
You won’t have to worry about the cost of hiring a talented and experienced lawyer. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you don’t pay us a dime unless we win your case. Contact us today online or at 800.983.4467. If you can’t meet us in one of our offices, we will meet you at your home or office, or any place that is convenient for you.
Companies have a responsibility to manufacture and market safe, reliable products. When they fail to do so and those products cause serious injuries, you might have grounds to take legal action against the company for their negligence. These are known as “product liability” cases. Sometimes, a company issues a product recall, but often it’s after several people have been injured or lost their lives. While the list of potentially dangerous products is long and distressing, the following are some of the common products that have been cited in lawsuits:
- Dangerous toys
- Defective car parts
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
Brian has successfully handled some of the largest, most complex product liability claims in California. That’s why injury victims statewide rely on him when they or a loved one has been injured by a defective or dangerous product.
If a loved one dies in an accident caused by someone else’s negligent or reckless behavior, your family might have grounds to file a wrongful death case. Many families may be reluctant to take legal action soon after a death. But it’s important to act promptly. You have 2 years from the date of the death to take legal action under the California statute of limitations. Additionally, a fast response will help create a stronger case.
Brian understands that no amount of money can truly compensate for the loss of a loved one, but the legal system gives a means to recover damages and achieve a sense of financial security.
If your loved one died in a car accident, from a dangerous product or because of medical malpractice, you may be entitled to compensation. Because so much is at stake, these cases tend to be extremely complex. But Brian is an attorney who stands ready to take on the most challenging wrongful death cases. He has handled many cases involving fatal accidents, including the largest wrongful death verdict in California history.
We understand you and your family want to grieve the death of your loved one. That’s why it’s more important than ever to contact us as soon as possible. That way, we can handle all the paperwork and red tape while you and your family deal with the emotional impact of losing a loved one.