Law Offices of Arnold Hernandez
2522 Chambers Rd., Suite 100, Tustin, CA 92780
135 S State College Blvd Suite 200, Brea
2400 E. Katella Ave. Suite 800 Anaheim
7545 Irvine Center Drive Irvine Business Center, Suite 200, Irvine
San Diego Office
3111 Camino Del Rio N, San Diego
We Help Injured Workers, Wrongful Death Claimants and Personal Injury Claimants
We will guide you through the maze, help you get medical treatment, and the compensation to which you are entitled too. We handle on the job accidents and serious personal injury accident claims throughout all of Orange County. We also accept wrongful death and serious personal injury cases throughout all of Riverside County. There are no upfront fees or costs and the initial over the phone consultation is free. The time to make claim is limited. Don't wait until it is too late. Call now!
"Arnold Hernandez really works hard to win for you. He did a great job for me and he will for you."
- Jane L.
These testimonials or endorsement does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.
Get peace of mind. Findout if you have a case. Whether it is a workers compensation claim, a serious injury claim, or a wrongfuld death claim. Speak with an experienced attorney for free. Get an honest case evaluation right now. There are no upfront fees or costs when I accept your case. You don't even have to worry about coming to my office. I know it is difficult to get around with a broken leg or totaled car. When I accept your case we will make things as easy as possible. I will treat you like a person, not a number, and you will not have to go through menu hell.
2522 Chambers Rd., Suite 100, Tustin, CA 92780
Several years ago a very distressed man called my office. He had first retained a TV lawyer. As soon as the CHP report came out the law firm dropped our client's case. The CHP placed the blame on our client's son, even though the defendant was drunk. The first step was to find out what happened. After accepting the case I went to the place where the incident took place. What I discovered was that the shoulder was marked with a white line and was wide enough to confuse it for another lane. As it neared the next exit it narrowed down to about 3 feet. We followed the path of the drunk driver and what I concluded was that the drunk driver must have confused the shoulder for another lane. Our clien't son was walking on the shoulder and not on the freeway as alleged by the CHP. By looking at the damage on the vehicle it was evident that the defendant had collided on the driver side of the vehicle and pushed our client into the fourth lane of the freeway. There was no need for an accident reconstructionist. I explained my position to the defendant's insurance carrier and demanded payment within 30 days. Before the deadline the insurance carrier paid.
A young man called me asking for help, it was a small case, but we thought it could resolve fairly fast and inexpensively. There were three vehicles involved in an I-5 accident. Our client was rear ended, but neither of the defendants would accept responsibility. The two behind him collided and they both blamed each other . One said the front vehicle collided with my client, the other said the rear most pushed her into my client's vehicle. Neither would pay. It was a small case, but neither would pay, so we had not choice but to go to trial. A 5 day jury trial was planned, it turned into 2 weeks. Finally it was over and the jury rendered a verdict. We won. We got exactly what we had been asking for. It was a mall case and we had to put about 160 hours of attorney time into the case.
A business manager for a large specialty retailer was rear ended in a car accident on the I-10. He under went a course of treatment and the defendant's insurance company offerred to pay half of his medical expenses. We demanded all the medical expenses and compensation for his pain, discomfort, and inconvenience. The insurance company refused. We went to trial. During jury selection a juror seemed wrong, but all the others seem just right. During trial I presented a piece of written evidence where the jury gasped in disbelief of how badly the insurance company had treated our client. We could not say it was the insurance company, we can only say it is the defendant. The defendant was actually a nice person, but his insurnace company was not. In 2 hours the jury decided, they awarded 4 times what the insurance company had offered. I then sent notice to the insurance company of the compounding interest, and of a lient that wouldbe placed on their client's property. The attorney was desperate, overloaded with work, and practically begged we not place a lien on the defendant's property. They paid in 3 weeks with interest, plus court costs.