Vigorous Advocacy for Those Who Have Been Harmed
At Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris & Hoffman, LLP, our strong and experienced team of lawyers provides excellent representation and vigorous advocacy. Our commitment to justice extends to all whose rights have been violated or who have been harmed by the wrongful or negligent conduct of others.
Since 1990, our law firm has earned a reputation for consistently obtaining outstanding results in challenging cases in the areas of:
Effective Advocacy at All Stages of the Legal Process
Advocacy is most effective if it begins immediately. Our lawyers will immediately begin investigating the facts of your case. This investigation will involve speaking to witnesses, as well as making sure critical documentation is uncovered and preserved. We will also file the requisite notices to the employer, insurance company or government entity to make certain your legal rights are preserved.
We are trial attorneys, eager to move forward to get you results. While we are certainly open to settlement prior to trial, our record of success has been built on our willingness to vigorously pursue results in every case.
Caring and Committed Counselors
While providing vigorous representation in all appropriate legal venues, our attorneys never forget who we are working for — you. We will treat you with compassion and care. In taking your case, we will explain the legal issues and your options while prosecuting your case vigorously on your behalf. We will keep you informed of important developments throughout the process. When you call or e-mail with questions or concerns, we will respond as quickly as possible.
Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris & Hoffman, LLP, in Los Angeles, California, wants to help you get the compensation you deserve, so you can move forward with your life.
Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation
Call us at 310-396-0731 or send us an e-mail. We handle most employment law, civil rights law, discrimination and personal injury law cases on a contingency fee basis, ensuring we believe in you and your case.