Over $50,000,000.00 recovered
Established in San Diego in 1999, the law firm of Mitchell & Shea, APC, specializes in Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury Law
Professional Athlete Injuries
Professional Sports Players may be entitled to receive long term medical care for work-related injuries. Insurance companies will sometimes offer a lump sum payment as incentive for the athlete to waive his or her rights to future coverage of injury related treatment costs.
San Diego Lawyers
Over 25 years combined legal experience in fighting for injured clients. We have successfully tried and settled over 1000 Personal Injury cases by zealously representing our clients and fighting to maximize their recovery.
Certified Law Firm
Mitchell & Shea Attorneys are certified in Workers Compensation Law by the California State Bar
$2.5 Million Recovered PRODUCTS LIABILITY CASE
$1.4 Million Recovered MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASE
$1,062,000.00 Recovered PERSONAL INJURY CASE
$1.1 Million Recovered WORKERS COMPENSATION Compromise & Release Claim
$975,000.00 Recovered DEATH BENEFIT CASE Benefits Obtained For Surviving Child
$990,000.00 Recovered WORKERS COMPENSATION Compromise & Release
DO'S AND DON'TS | AVOIDING COMMON PITFALLS UPON INJURY
- Do get the license plate numbers of all other vehicles involved in car accidents and the drivers' names, addresses, telephone numbers, and insurance information.
- Do get the name and address of the animal's owner and any license information if you were injured by an animal bite or attack.
- Do write down the names, addresses, and phone numbers of all potential witnesses to an accident.
- Do contact your health, homeowner's, and/or automobile insurance companies, as appropriate.
- Any property damage.
- Do take photographs of all of the following, as applicable, as soon as possible after the accident:
- The scene of the accident, from all angles.
- The surrounding area.
- The product or animal that caused your injuries.
- Your injuries.
- Any property damage.
- Don't move your vehicle after an automobile accident unless necessary for safety or required by law.
- Don't subject yourself to further injury by standing or waiting in an area of traffic or other safety hazards.
- Don't leave the scene of an accident until the police tell you it is okay to do so.
- Don't throw away any potential evidence in the case, such as defective products, or torn or blood-stained clothing.
- Don't engage in discussions as to fault with anyone, and make sure you don't apologize for anything-it can be considered evidence that you were legally at fault.
- Don't agree to settlement terms without contacting your attorney.