San Diego Injury Attorney Protecting Your Right to Full Compensation

At the San Diego office of Alicia A. Slaughter, Attorney at Law, we work hard to see that our injured clients get the greatest compensation possible so that they can move on with their lives after a serious injury.

In order to meet this goal, we diligently prepare each case to prove both who was at fault in the accident, and the full extent of the injuries that our client has suffered. By preparing a strong case in each of these areas, we are best able to present our client’s case to the insurance company or to a jury if it goes to trial.

Learn more about how we can help you get full and fair compensation for your injuries and losses. Contact our San Diego law office to schedule a free initial consultation with injury lawyer Alicia Slaughter.

Full Compensation Depends on Proving Your Injuries

We work with clients with any type of physical and psychological injury if it is the result of an accident caused by the negligence of another. We have handled serious injury cases involving spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, and loss of limbs. We have represented clients with whiplash and soft tissue injuries, cases some other attorneys won’t handle.

We know the pain and disability you are suffering is serious and we want to help you get the medical and rehabilitation care you need. That’s why we work with medical experts to ensure the insurance company or the jury understand your injuries and the effect they will have on your life today and in the future.

Have you missed work? Will you have difficulty working in the future? You deserve to be compensated for lost wages.

Fair Compensation Depends on Proving Fault of the Other Party

In any kind of accident case, it’s important to prove that the other party was at fault, wholly or in part. Each type of case will require that different things be investigated:

We tackle any kind of motor vehicle or premises liability case, including construction site accident cases caused by third parties, using accident reconstruction experts, when necessary, to uncover the facts and prove your case.