Many scars heal over time but traumatic injuries from car accidents or dog bites can leave you with disfiguring permanent scars. The effects of a serious injury aren’t necessarily over when the bones mend or the immediate pain goes away. Cases of permanent scars don’t just happen in San Diego — they happen everywhere. In addition to the physical pain you may go through if you are permanently scarred or disfigured, you may also be forced to endure tremendous emotional trauma.
The effects of a serious injury can echo through a lifetime, they can be with you every time you see the permanent scars in the mirror, every time you get out of bed, every time you try to stand up straight. Though the pain may not go away immediately, hiring an experienced personal injury lawyer in San Diego can help you get justice against those who caused your injury. And it all starts when you file a personal injury claim.
Why Hire Our Personal Injury Lawyers?
Since 1992, the personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Pines, APC in San Diego have been helping people just like you recover the maximum financial compensation for their injuries as well as any permanent scars they caused. We know the legal process can at times be very confusing, but our experience can, however, help guide you through the process.
Our firm’s founder, Michael Pines, is a former insurance company lawyer, so he knows how the insurance companies work. If you don’t want insurance companies to take advantage of you, you should hire an experienced personal injury lawyer from our San Diego law firm. We are dedicated to helping you obtain the fair and just compensation you and your family need to recover and move toward a brighter future.
If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident and suffered any permanent scarring, we urge you to contact our bilingual offices as soon as possible following the accident at 1-858-551-2090 or please click here for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney in San Diego. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay anything until we recover money on your behalf.