Steven A. Bagen - Personal Injury Attorney
The lawyers at Steven A. Bagen & Associates have been fighting for the rights of personal injury victims for over 20 years and helped thousands of injured victims and their families.
Our attorneys have represented individuals in all aspects of personal injury law including, but not limited to: auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, aviation accidents, injuries and deaths from prescription drugs, nursing home abuse, products liability injuries, slip and falls, defective products, premises liability, medical malpractice, and construction accidents.
If you would like to learn more about your particular case and how we can assist you, please contact us for your free consultation. We charge no legal fees for our services unless we win your case, in the form of a negotiated settlement or jury award in your favor. There is no risk but much to gain by acting now and involving a lawyer with extensive experience in handling personal injury claims and lawsuits.
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