Why Other Injury Firms Turn To Us
If you are looking for the best injury attorney, you've come to the right place. The attorneys at Greenberg & Ruby, LLP are known for representing work injury victims that other law firms turn down. Whether it is because the case is too big for them or they just don't think they can win, other work injury law firms send their toughest cases to Greenberg & Ruby, LLP.
With over 50 years of experience, the attorneys of Greenberg & Ruby, LLP have helped thousands of clients push through their lives' most trying times. They understand the profound pain, loss, and confusion that a sudden work injury or death causes, and they have the experience, knowledge, and history of success to help each of their clients with their unique challenges.
Greenberg & Ruby, LLP brings vital experience and resources to a workers' compensation case that goes beyond what many workers' compensation attorneys and law firms can offer. Many attorneys don't know that if a person is injured on the job, in addition to having a workers' compensation claim, they may also have a claim against whoever caused the injury. A claim against someone other than your employer is likely worth significant compensation in addition to your workers' compensation claim, and Greenberg Ruby is dedicated to exhausting every available legal avenue to make sure their clients receive the results they need to fully focus on their recovery.
Whether your workers' compensation claim goes to trial or is settled outside of court, Greenberg & Ruby, LLP knows what it takes to win. They have collected over $250 million in trial verdicts and settlements for their clients throughout California. As work injury attorneys who are admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the California Supreme Court, the United States Ninth Circuit Court, all State and Federal courts in California, and the State of Florida, it's no wonder they are the work injury attorneys California workers (and attorneys) trust to handle the toughest workplace injury cases.