Car Accidents Come With Heavy Costs

Injuries sustained in car accidents are not limited to physical wounds. Neurological damage from serious accidents may manifest over time, and because brain injury is not always noticeable, the appropriate tests can be overlooked, resulting in life-altering medical issues and costly future hospital bills.

Ball & Bonholtzer is a Pasadena law firm that has built its reputation on strong advocacy for victims of catastrophic injury. We are committed to researching the causes of accidents and willing to investigate the most complex cases. Our attorneys are aggressive litigators with in-depth experience in cases that involve:

  • Drunk drivers
  • Distracted drivers
  • Defective car parts
  • Poor road maintenance
  • Rollovers
  • Head-on collisions
  • Side-impact collisions
  • Auto-truck collisions
  • Uninsured/underinsured motorists
  • Hit-and-run
  • Other issues

Fighting To Ensure You Receive Full And Fair Compensation

Our Los Angeles law firm is respected amongst our peers for our dedication to our clients. We are thorough, coordinating with rehabilitation professionals and hospitals, medical experts and occupational therapists to evaluate the extent of your injuries and offer projections to judge and jury of current and future costs as a result of your accident.

Count on us to put together a comprehensive case to defend your right to full compensation for your hospital fees, damages, lost wages and pain and suffering.

Don't Wait To Get Our Trial Lawyers On Your Side

If you have been involved in a Los Angeles-area traffic accident, contact Ball & Bonholtzer to discuss your case with an experienced trial attorney. We have injury lawyers on staff with years of experience fighting and winning serious car accident cases.

You can email us or call us at our office in Pasadena, California (626-817-6453) to set up a free consultation at the time that is most convenient to you. We charge only contingency fees in these and other personal injury cases, so you have nothing to lose.

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