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Don’t Let Financial Concerns Prevent You From Enlisting A Qualified Personal Injury Attorney

Personal injury cases are about accountability. If someone else’s negligence contributed to your injuries — or to the tragic loss of a loved one — you deserve answers. The legal system exists to shed light on injustice and help make your voice heard.

You don’t have to pay anything upfront for experienced legal advocacy. At Haven Law in Manhattan Beach, California, I can help you pursue financial recovery on a contingency-fee basis. This means you won’t owe me anything in attorney fees unless I obtain compensation for you.

Peter T. Haven – The Secret To Success

As a veteran trial lawyer with more than two decades of experience, I understand the secret to success in these cases: thorough preparation. I won’t cut corners in building a strong case for you. From the moment you decide to enlist my help until your claim reaches final resolution, I’ll fight for you each step of the way.

This approach — what I call “striving for peace while preparing for war” — often leads to favorable outcomes. Why? Because the other side knows we’re serious about going the distance. By laying the foundation for a compelling case from the outset, I have what it takes to protect your interests, whether that requires negotiating a settlement or going to trial.

Have You Suffered Severe Injuries Or Lost A Loved One?

You don’t have to tackle the legal process alone. Based in Manhattan Beach, I represent people across California who have suffered serious injuries as a result of:

  • Car accidents and pedestrian accidents
  • Slip, trip or fall accidents (premises liability)
  • Dangerous and defective products (product liability)
  • Medical malpractice

If you have lost a loved one, you can also rely on me for experienced and compassionate representation in a wrongful death claim.

For more information, please reach out to me anytime, day or night, at 310-272-5353.