The testimonials of our clients speak for themselves. We are dedicated to them and continue to represent a whole community of individuals who were harmed and/or injured in any number of types of personal injury claims and cases. We value each client’s claim and strive to ensure a successful outcome on your behalf and make sure you are compensated generously for your injuries and damages.
The BD&J Story
Taking Cases to Trial
Shawn McCann: There are
really two kinds of law firms in California: those that will work up and try and settle a case,
and those that will actually try the case. Some law firms, if it gets close to trial, they’re
going to run. They’re going to send the case to someone else, or try and settle it. Selecting an
attorney that will actually take it all the way through trial and has the knowledge and experience
and the resources to do that is really important. At BD&J, we work up the case, and we’re
ready to try it. We’re willing to try it. We have the knowledge and experience to try it.
All About Insurance Companies
Shawn McCann: Often, when someone comes to see us, they tell us a story about
what has happened to them and someone else doing the wrong thing. But when we talk to the
insurance companies or the corporations, they often immediately blame our client, even if they’ve
done nothing wrong. Through our investigation, and our follow-up case, we can often show that our
client didn’t do anything wrong, and the insurance companies and the defendants are just refusing
to take responsibility for their actions.
Kevin Danesh: So initially, an insurance company will give you a call, and
they’ll just act like they need to get some basic information from you. But that initial call goes
from basic information to, “Well how did the accident happen? How do you feel right now? Are you
going to go to the doctor?”
And while they seem like very innocuous questions, there’s no big deal, they’re
recording all of that. You might say something to an insurance adjuster, like, “you know, my neck
hurts, but I think I’m going to be okay.”
But then two days pass, three days pass, and the pain gets worse and worse. They don’t
remember the fact that your pain got worse. They’re going to play that little snippet that says,
“My neck hurts, but I’m going to be okay.” And they use it all against you.
So I strongly recommend any time you get into an accident, whether it’s your own
insurance company or the other side’s, do not pick up that phone call. Don’t say a word. Let us
handle it, and we’ll make sure everything’s done right.
Testimony from Attorney Kevin Danesh
Car accident cases are something that we do best. The results that we’ve gotten for our
clients are unlike any other firm. The dollar amounts that we’ve gotten them and the service that
we give to those clients are just something that I’m very very proud of. If you’ve been involved
in a car accident, give us a call. We’ll give you a free consultation, an honest assessment of
what we think about your case. And the reason you should call us is because we know that we are
one of the best, and we will get you a great result.
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