If you or a loved one has sustained a serious personal injury, you are most likely facing medical bills, dealing with insurance companies, and trying to figure out your next steps. It can be difficult during these times to know who truly has your best interests in mind and who is simply looking to minimize the amount they owe you for your injuries.
At Mitchell Law Firm, our capable Salinas personal injury attorney and team can help you navigate your complicated legal situation and obtain the compensation you deserve. Our lead attorney, Tab Mitchell, was selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers® and rated AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell®, speaking to his commitment to excellence and integrity. Our firm strives to uphold this standard of excellence in everything we do, constantly fighting for the best possible outcome on behalf of our clients.
Speak with a skilled Salinas personal injury lawyer by calling (888) 483-8614. Mitchell Law Firm offers free case evaluations and operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you don’t owe us anything unless we obtain compensation on your behalf.
Since 1984, our firm has handled a wide variety of personal injury claims. In this time, we’ve obtained tens of millions on behalf of our clients.
Trust our firm with cases involving the following, and more:
Throughout each step of case proceedings, you can expect personal attention and a legal solution that perfectly meets your needs. With experience in insurance, our founding attorney can craft a case that undermines their attempts to minimize your compensation.
To learn more about your legal options, contact Mitchell Law Firm. We offer free case evaluations!
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