Justice is making wrongs right! For 35 years the Law Offices of
Mark S. Nelson has been righting wrongs in the Central Valley
Protecting people in Stanislaus County, San Joaquin County, Merced County and the Foothills.
Here, at our Firm, our auto accident lawyers are dedicated to helping you and your family secure the financial help you need and deserve after experiencing a motor vehicle accident. Our accident attorneys can meet with you free of charge.
Pedestrian & Bicycle Accidents
Our attorneys understand how these accidents happen and can work with you to ensure you receive the compensation you are entitled to. Our firm regularly handles pedestrian v. auto accidents.
Our attorneys regularly handle accident lawsuits for people who have been injured or lost loved ones in trucking accidents. Our experienced accident attorneys can help you understand the claims process and protect your interests.
At our Firm, our attorneys are experienced in setting the record straight about who motorcyclists really are, and what dangers motorcyclists face. We know motorcyclists and we know motorcycle accidents.
Regardless of whether or not the responsible party has adequate insurance, the compensation a victim of a dog bite attack is entitled to, is similar to most personal injury cases. Working with an experienced personal injury attorney at our Firm and you can rest assured that you will receive the best representation from our Attorneys.
Slip and Fall
Our lawyers will seek on your behalf complete and fair compensation for all monetary losses and damages, including present and future medical care, pain and suffering, lost wages, future lost wages, rehabilitation, and lost earning potential.
Contact our Firm to discuss your rights and the best way to move forward in your case. We handle all of our wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis and offer free, no obligation consultations to clients considering pursuing a wrongful death case
How Will You Handle My Case?
When you are injured due to the negligence or carelessness of another, you generally have two options to recover compensation from the responsible party: 1. Negotiating a settlement or 2. Filing a lawsuit..