About us

We Communicate With and Fight For You

At the Weinberg Law Offices, we work tirelessly to ensure that you are compensated for the compensation that you are legally entitled to. This includes, but is not limited to medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of earnings, and property damage. We communicate with you throughout the entire process to ensure that you know the status of your case. We also make sure that the party that is at fault for your injury is aware that we have no qualms about proceeding to litigation if they do not give you a fair settlement offer.

Types of Cases We Handle

About the Firm

Weinberg Law Offices, P.C. is headquartered in Los Angeles and handles personal injury cases across both California, Texas and Washington State. If you are injured in another state, we are able to refer you to an attorney that can help you in that state. We handle a multitude of types of cases, including but not limited to car/truck/motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, wrongful deaths, sexual assault/harassment, and more. We offer free initial consultations and take cases on a contingency basis, therefore you will not have to pay any money upfront, and you only pay when you win. We are not limited to fighting for clients strictly in Los Angeles. Many of our clients reside in other cities across Texas and California and Washington and choose to communicate via phone, text, or zoom, all options which we provide. No matter where you live, we are able to send documents to you in person, online, or by mail. We are also able to make appearances in any court in California, Texas and Washington. The majority of court appearances today are done via phone or webcam. We also utilize a network of highly experienced appearance attorneys across both states that can appear at any hearing in person if necessary. In the rare occasion that your case goes to trial, we will personally fly out to your city for the duration of the trial. We will also make sure that if you need medical treatment, you will get it upfront. Once your case is completed, the medical facilities that treated you will be compensated from the case proceeds. The cost of these medical bills, along with a number of other types of damages, are part of what we demand from the defendant or insurance company as part of your case. You will always have the option of accepting any settlement offer that is on the table, and depending on the offer, we will advise you whether it is worth continuing to litigate. Our ultimate mission is to ensure that you get the compensation that you deserve, including payment for your car repair and deductible, rental car costs, pain and suffering, loss of earnings, and medical bills. These include both damage that you have already suffered and any damage you may suffer in the future. If the insurance companies are not willing to give you that, we’ll be seeing them in court.

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The Full Process Of Receiving A Settlement Check After A Car Accident

Pursuing a settlement check for car accident can be a time-consuming process. Your claim could take months or even a year or more to settle. Understandably, you might assume that the check for a car accident is mailed immediately. However, that is not how things work. If you have questions on the settlement check timeline in California, it’s best...

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What Is the Average Settlement for Spinal Stenosis?

There is no clear average settlement for spinal stenosis. Settlement amounts vary widely based on the severity and impact of the injury. The confidential nature of settlement figures adds to the complexity of collecting enough data to calculate a true average spinal stenosis settlement amount. Even without statistical information, there are ways to estimate the value of your spinal...

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How Often Do Auto Accident Settlements Exceed the Policy Limits?

You may be wondering, “Can I collect injury compensation beyond the insurance policy limits?” Every auto accident settlement differs as no two cases are exactly alike. One crucial factor in determining your potential settlement value is the amount of the defendant’s available liability insurance. California law requires that drivers carry a minimum amount of liability insurance coverage. Understandably, many...

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