Personal Injury

Car Accidents

Nowadays almost everyone has a car and with all those people on the road there is bound to be some irresponsible drivers. Unfortunately, those bad drivers can cause accidents and injuries. If you have been the victim of motor vehicle negligence you need to call Attorney Mike Suarez right now. [Read More]

Insurance Companies

Don’t be fooled, the Insurance companies are in the business of making money. Have you ever seen an insurance company go out business? Never deal with an insurance company directly and never accept and never accept a settlement directly from an insurance company. [Read More]

Motorcycle Accidents

Injuries that result from motorcycle accidents are often severe. This is owed to physics. A person on a motorcycle simply has less protection than someone in a motor vehicle, even if the operator or rider is wearing a helmet. Additionally, the impact of a two-ton mass of metal on a lightweight bike tends to result in the rider being ejected. This is when the most serious injuries occur. [Read More]

Slip-And-Fall Accidents

Were you injured in a slip-and-fall accident on someone else’s property? If so, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Property owners have a duty to keep their property safe for visitors and pedestrians. When they fail to do so, a personal injury lawyer can be your advocate and can help hold negligent property owners accountable for their actions. [Read More]

Pedestrian Accidents

In the event that you are involved in an accident as a pedestrian, you will need the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney to guide you through the financial problems that will arise towards recovery, and Attorney Mike Suarez should be first choice. [Read More]

Dog Bites

Unlike other kinds of personal injury cases, which require the plaintiff to prove fault on the part of the defendant, a victim of a dog attack requires far less proof. The victim need only show that the dog inflicted the injuries (as opposed to by some other cause) and did not result from the “teasing or tormenting” of the dog prior to the attack. [Read More]