Personal Injury/Wrongful Death

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Sustaining a serious injury or losing a loved one arising from someone’s negligence is life altering. From the legal standpoint, a negligence claim seeks to monetarily compensate the victim or his/her family for the injuries sustained, including medical bills, lost income, and the pain, disfigurement, and impact on the quality of life.

The Law Office of Ara Jabagchourian has extensive experience litigating and trying cases in the field of personal injury and wrongful death. Case experience includes automobile accidents, bicycle accidents, dog bites, trucking collisions, police misconduct, premise liability, balcony collapse, pedestrian accidents, railroad incidents, utility gas explosions, wrongful death and negligent road design matters.

The firm’s attorneys have worked with numerous physicians and specialists that assist in developing plaintiffs’ cases. These include orthopedists, spinal surgeons, neurologists, life care planners, economists, accident reconstructionists, biomechanical engineers, metallurgists, and other specialists. In many instances, these experts and consultants are required to explain injuries and causes of accidents.

Injuries can vary widely, from soft tissue injuries to more serious injuries such as burns, amputations, paralysis and traumatic brain injury. The attorneys of the firm have handled all these types of catastrophic injuries with great success. The goal of the firm is to have their clients compensated in full and allow them to move on with their lives.

In re San Bruno Fire
Represented nearly five dozen households who were impacted by a PG&E gas transmission line explosion which resulted in causing 8 deaths and destroying 38 homes.
San Mateo Superior Court No. JCCP 4648
Mazurek v. American Medical Response
Represented family of Naval Surgeon who was killed as a result of a negligent American Medical Response driver, leaving behind a widow and three young boys.  Currently stands as the highest individual death verdict in San Diego Couny history.
San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2010-00083975 CU-PO-CTL
Dalson v. Biggs
Represented woman who was viciously attacked by three dogs.  Suit was brought by the owner of the dogs as well as the co-owner of the property who did not own the dogs.   Case was successfully settled with all parties.
Solano County Superior Court Case No. FCS036901