Murrieta Personal Injury & Accident, Bankruptcy, Workers Compensation Lawyer | California
As a practicing Bankruptcy Attorney Kevin Cortright gets great satisfaction by helping his clients solve their financial problems. Mr. Cortright says there is nothing better then seeing the progression of my clients from the first consultation, until we leave the Bankruptcy Court after their case has been approved. The Bankruptcy Code is a series of powerful laws that can give individuals and business a second start.
As a former Insurance Defense Law Clerk Attorney Kevin Cortright knows what it takes to make a Personal Injury Case successful. Personal Injury Cases require careful coordination and preparation to achieve a substantial settlement. From making sure you get proper medical care, to gathering the required evidence, your Personal Injury Case will be well prepared. Call the Law Offices of Attorney Kevin Cortright to schedule your free Personal Injury Consultation, if we do not recover for you then he does not get paid.
When you have been injured on the job you need legal representation to help you get the benefits you need including medical care and temporary disability payments to replace your lost income. Then when your case comes to its conclusion you need to be sure to get the settlement you deserve. Your employer and their insurance company will have a lawyer guiding them through the process, so let my office provide the legal guidance you need to be on an even playing field.
Vice President University of LaVerne Student Bar Association
The Cost of Hedonic Damages - Hedonic Damages
Outcome: Settled For $500,000
Palm Desert, Rancho Cucamonga, Orange California
At Other Times By Appointment
For more information about our services or experience, or to schedule a no-cost,
confidential consultation regarding your situation, please contact us: 951-239-4249.
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