Culver City Car Accident Lawyers
Types Of Car / Automobile Accidents We Handle:
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Train Accidents
- Drunk Driving Accidents
- Highway Accidents
- Freeway Accidents
- Texting While Driving
- Wrongful Death
- Commercial Vehicle Accidents
At the Kosnett Law Firm we have an extensive experience in automobile accident cases. Attorney Louis Kosnett has helped countless car accident victims assert their rights and fight for the compensation to which they are entitled. Whether your injury case involves a car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, or wrongful death, our firm has the experience you need on your side.
Many car accidents are caused by distracted drivers who are on their phones texting, eating, changing music, grooming, reading maps or sipping on a drink. Studies show over 600,000 motorist at any given time are looking at their phones while driving their automobiles. On average there are over 400,000 injuries and over 3,000 deaths a year due to these types of distractions.
For example, car accidents are some of the most common events that lead to personal injury lawsuits. Motor vehicle accidents can have several different causes, each of which may be actionable, including:
- Negligent drivers;
- Defective automobile components;
- Inadequate safety systems; or
- Defective road surfaces
Louis & James Kosnett have handled numerous auto accident cases on behalf of Southern California residents. They know how to investigate the cause of an accident, deal with insurers, and negotiate effectively on your behalf. He will fight hard to protect your rights, and help you seek the compensation to which you are entitled.
If you were injured and need to speak with our Culver City Car Accident Lawyers call us at the Kosnett Law Firm Today at 310-651-7007!
11355 W Olympic Blvd #300, Los Angeles, CA 90064
23046 Avenida De La Carlota #600, Laguna Hills, CA 92653, USA
I am an alumni adviser for a fraternity at USC. The chapter was involved in a disciplinary action with the university. After receiving unusually harsh and unfair sanctions from a student/faculty review committee, our chapter sought counsel from James Kosnett. He attended a hearing with USC administrators, and prepared a compelling written appeal.