George M. Rosenberg, Attorney at Law, represents clients in all types of civil litigation, including personal injury, business litigation, insurance bad faith actions, and employment discrimination and wrongful termination. From our office in Los Angeles, we provide comprehensive assistance to clients throughout California. For the convenience of our clients, we have provided the following answers to some frequently asked questions. For personalized service, contact George M. Rosenberg, Attorney at Law today.
- How do I know if I have a case?
- How do I pay attorney’s fees if I don’t have enough money?
- How do you determine what my case is worth?
- How long have you been doing this kind of work?
- Why should I hire George Rosenberg as my attorney?
Q. How do I know if I have a case?
A. Each case is unique and depends on a variety of circumstances. Only an experienced civil litigator can accurately assess the facts of your case to determine whether or not you have a legal cause of action.
Q. How do I pay attorney’s fees if I don’t have enough money?
A. Our firm accepts payment from clients on a contingency fee basis. In a contingency fee arrangement, you do not have to pay our attorney’s fees unless and until there is a favorable result, including a favorable settlement or if your lawsuit is successful in court. If you do not win, you will not have to pay attorney’s fees. Prior to taking on your case, we will discuss the details of this arrangement with you.
Q. How do you determine what my case is worth?
A. The amount your case is worth depends on many factors, such as the extent of your injuries, emotional distress, pain and suffering, and/or monetary losses. For example, in a personal injury case, the amount your case is worth will depend on such factors as the nature and extent of your injuries, whether your injuries are temporary or permanent, the amount of medical bills, lost earnings, lost future earning capacity, and your percentage of fault in the cause of the accident. On the other hand, in a case involving wrongful termination or employment discrimination, the amount your case is worth may depend on such factors as your lost wages and benefits, emotional distress, and pain and suffering. With over 35 years of experience, our firm understands which facts and legal arguments are most likely to get you a good settlement or award in your case. We will diligently research the facts of your case to come up with an accurate assessment of its value.
Q. How long have you been doing this kind of work?
A. George M. Rosenberg has over 35 years of experience in civil litigation, including in personal injury and general negligence cases, business litigation, insurance bad faith actions, and employment discrimination and wrongful termination. Prior to founding his own firm, Mr. Rosenberg was a partner at the prominent plaintiffs’ personal injury firms of Greene, O’Reilly, Broillet, Paul, Simon, McMillan, Wheeler & Rosenberg and Jacobs, Jacobs & Rosenberg. For additional information on Mr. Rosenberg’s areas of experience, please see the practice areas overview.
Q. Why should I hire George Rosenberg as my attorney?
A. Civil litigation is often highly complex, involving complicated legal procedures and laws that frequently change as new court decisions are issued. However, with over 35 years of experience as a trial lawyer, George M. Rosenberg understands the laws and court rules and procedures and how to use them for the benefit of clients. Mr. Rosenberg has earned Martindale-Hubbell’s AV peer review rating, indicating the highest levels of professional excellence and ethical standards. He has experience on both the plaintiff and defense sides and a long history of successful verdicts and settlements resulting from both jury trials and bench trials. Mr. Rosenberg’s successful arguments in state and federal appellate courts have resulted in four published opinions, and set legal precedents in the areas of asbestos litigation, abuse of discretion by a trial judge, preservation of a minor’s claim against a teacher for sexual abuse, and in obtaining a reversal of a wrongful criminal conviction. For more information on Mr. Rosenberg’s extensive litigation experience, please see his attorney profile. To speak to Mr. Rosenberg directly, contact George M. Rosenberg, Attorney at Law today.