Leading Personal Injury Law Firm in California

Personal Injury

Personal injury accidents encompass a wide range of incidents, scenarios, and injuries. At VAM Law, we have helped victims successfully recover – physically and financially – from injuries including the following:

Spine & Back Injuries

Back injuries are incredibly common in auto accident, premises liability, and workplace claims. These injuries range from strains to nerve damage, to fractured vertebrae, to more serious injuries like paralysis. These injuries can have a massive impact on your life.  

Brain injuries range from mild discomfort to lifelong disability. Common brain injuries our clients report include concussions, contusions, whiplash, penetrating brain injuries, skull fractures, and hematomas. It is important to get appropriate care for brain injuries to prevent long-term damage.

Brain Injuries

Burn and scar injuries can be difficult to heal and recover from. These injuries can also cause long-term chronic issues, including pain and nerve damage, which takes a physical, mental, and financial toll on the victim. 

Burn and Scar Injuries

Losing a loved one due to someone else’s negligent or careless behavior is traumatizing. In these cases, victims’ families deserve the opportunity to recover compensation for their struggles and grief.

Wrongful Death

Fractures and broken bones require appropriate medical care in order to heal properly and without complications. More serious fractures or breaks can have a tremendous impact on overall well-being, mobility, and ability.

Fracture/Broken Bone Injuries

The human body has a lot of soft tissue that cushions and supports our bones, muscles, and nerves. Injuries to these soft tissues can be painful and debilitating. Strains and sprains are common in accidents. 

Tissue Injuries

Injuries to the vital organs, such as the heart, kidneys, lungs, liver, or bowel system, are catastrophic. These injuries are sadly common in auto accidents, construction accidents, crush injuries, and dog bites incidents. Early intervention is critical to survival and recovery.

Vital Organ Injuries