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  1. General Negligence
    General negligence is an individual's failure to conform to the standard of care that a "reasonably prudent person in the same or similar situation" would have exercised in the same or similar circumstances. To win a case for general negligence, an injured person must prove that they were owed a duty of care, that such duty was breached, that their injury was caused by the breach of duty, and that damages (i.e., medical or monetary) exist.​ If you have been injured by someone's negligent acts and/or omissions, we will help get medical bills and money for pain and suffering. We will analyze the facts of your case, and handle your fight for you from inception to trial.
  2. Product Injuries / Design Defect
    If you have been injured by a product, you may have a claim to receive monetary compensation. As an American, you have a legal right to be able to use a consumer product or tool free from fear of unreasonable harm. Even if a product is widely used, it may still be unfit for distribution in the chain of commerce. A product must meet a consumer's expectations, and be safe from foreseeable risk of danger. If a danger exists, it must be warned and protected against.
  3. Injuries on Property
    Landowners are responsible for people's injuries that are caused by a lack of ordinary care or skill in the management of their property. (California Civil Code section 1714(a)). A landowner's liability for someone's injuries is governed by general negligence principles. (Rowland v Christian (1968) 69 Cal.2d 108, 118; Pineda v Ennabe (1998) 61 Cal.App.4th 1403, 1407).​ If you have been injured on another's property due to any dangerous condition, you may have a legal right to recover money for your medical bills and pain and suffering.
  4. Automobile Accidents
    If you are the victim of a car or motorcycle, or have lost a loved one due to a car accident, Los Angeles Auto Accident Attorney Justin L. Gordon has the knowledge and skills to recover monetary compensation and medical care for you. Mr. Gordon will advocate for you, whether you have suffered a minor soft-tissue injury or a catastrophic trauma. Personal service and availability to our clients is key to us.
  5. Insurance Bad Faith Claims
    Insurers owe a duty of good faith and fair dealing to their insured. This duty is implied into every single insurance contract. Therefore, if you feel that your insurer has treated you unfairly with regards to a claim made under your policy, you may have further legal remedies.
  6. Chemical Exposure Injuries
    If you have been injured due to exposure to a toxic substance, you may have a right to recover money for your medical bills, as well as pain and suffering. The most common places individuals experience toxic exposure are either in their home or at the workplace. This could include things like exposure to asbestos or exposure to common workplace chemicals.
  7. Wrongful Death
    When a person dies due to another's negligent acts or misconduct, the surviving members of the victim's family may sue for "wrongful death." Losing a loved one is a painful experience, as is the though of suing someone for your loved one's death. However, you should not forego your rights to recovery money just because of this difficulty. As your attorneys, we will help diminish the emotional burden by handling your claim from inception to trial.
  8. Government Claims
    If an injury has occurred due to specific negligent acts that created a dangerous condition on public property, employees has violated their mandatory or statutory duties, or other government liability that may have caused you injury, you may have a viable government claim to be compensated for your medical care, as well as for your pain and suffering.
  9. Construction Site Injuries
    The Law Offices of Justin L. Gordon handles all types of cases involving workplace injuries, including construction site injuries. We are familiar with the applicable statutory regulations in this field. As there are a number of complex issues with regards to construction site accident litigation, it is important that an attorney assists you with your claim. If you have been injured in a construction accident, we may be able to help.
  10. Medical Malpractice
    When a doctor fails to conform to the standard of care applicable to them causing injury, they are liable for medical malpractice. The applicable standard of care is that which a reasonably prudent physician in the same or similar circumstances would have conformed to. If you have been injured due to a doctor's negligent acts or omissions, you may have a right to recover monetary damages for your medical bills and pain and suffering.
  11. Elder and Dependent Abuse
    Under the Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act, an individual or healthcare provider can be held liable to pay money-damages for: financial abuse; neglect; physical abuse; and abduction. Such liability that is predicated upon "recklessness, malice, oppression, or fraud" may impose liability for punitive damages (i.e., extra damages to punish the responsible party).
  12. Fraud and Deceit
    Fraud is an intentional misrepresentation, deceit, or concealment of a material fact known to the person committing the fraud, with the intention to deprive you of your property or legal rights, or that otherwise causes you an injury. (California Code of Civil Procedure​ section 3294(c)(3)). If a person or business has wronged you by committing fraud, causing you to lose money, you may have a legal right to sue them.
  13. Dog Bite Injuries
    California Civil Code section 3342 expressly states that "The owner of any dog is liable for the damages suffered by any person who is bitten by the dog while in a public place or lawfully in a private place, including the property of the owner of the dog, regardless of the former viciousness of the dog or the owner's knowledge of such viciousness." Many dog owners are irresponsible with their pets, knowingly creating a foreseeable risk of harm to anyone that may come in contact with them.
  14. Bicycle Accidents
    Under California Vehicle Code section 21200, persons riding bicycles have the same rights to use the roadway as any other "vehicle". Nevertheless, in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, many drivers place bicycle riders in an unreasonble risk of harm. If you have been injured due to another's acts while riding your bicycle, you may have a right to recover for your injuries, as well as your pain and suffering.
  15. Other Serious Injuries
    If you have been seriously injured, for any reason at any location, you may have a potential personal injury claim for monetary damages. If it is unclear to you whether a claim exists, you need a knowledgeable personal injury attorney to determine your legal rights. At the Law Offices of Justin L. Gordon, we will help you figure out if you have a case.