If you or a loved one has sustained injuries in a serious accident, you deserve representation that aggressively advocates on your behalf. At Mitchell Law Firm, our top-rated Pleasanton personal injury lawyer has more than three decades of experience in handling a variety of personal injury claims and has the resources to handle whatever size case you may be faced with.
Our firm is client-oriented and works to provide legal solutions that are specifically tailored to each of our client’s needs. Since 1984, Mitchell Law Firm has recovered tens of millions on behalf of thousands of clients. This speaks to our dedication to excellence and the level of service we offer.
Call (888) 483-8614 to learn more about our firm. You don’t owe us anything unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.
Our lead attorney, Tab Mitchell, was the victim of a severe motorcycle accident and can personally empathize with the stress and anxiety that his clients face. In addition, his work in the field of insurance enables him to craft cases that effectively advocate for maximum compensation on behalf of his clients.
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For the overall quality of his representation, as well as for the successful results he has brought about on behalf of his clients, our founding attorney, Tab Mitchell, is the recipient of an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® and was selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers®. Should you choose to hire our firm, you can trust that your case will be handled with utmost integrity, professionalism, and excellence.
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