An accident resulting in injury can be life-changing, and cause significant financial and emotional impact. If injuries occurred during the course and scope of employment or due to the carelessness or negligence of others, you may be entitled to financial compensation for medical bills, lost wages and other damages.
Dixon & Daley, LLP, has been providing experienced legal representation to clients in Southern California for more than 35 years. Our practice focuses primarily on workers' compensation, personal injury and Social Security Disability claims. We understand what it is like to have your family and personal life disrupted by workplace or other serious injury. Our dedicated attorneys and legal staff will guide you through every step of your claim, providing a bridge to the successful outcome of your crisis situation. The attorneys at Dixon & Daley LLP also handle Bankruptcy, Family Law and Criminal Law cases.
Norwalk Attorneys For Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, Social Security
After a workplace accident or other serious accident, it is important to receive medical treatment right away for your injuries. It is also important to protect your legal rights.
At Dixon & Daley, we are prepared to handle all types of injury claims, both large and small. Our firm's four lawyers, comprised of two father and son teams, have more than 75 years of combined experience. They will put their knowledge and skill to work for you, helping you to build a strong personal injury, workers' compensation or Social Security claim. Our entire legal staff is dedicated to addressing your legal concerns and helping you to obtain fair and full compensation or benefits, depending on your circumstances.
Contact Us Today
For a free initial consultation with our Whittier attorneys for personal injury, workers' comp and Social Security, contact us at 562-567-0426 or toll free at 800-671-3818. If you prefer to send an email, you may do so using the form on this website. Our legal fees are contingency-based, which means you do not pay unless you receive the compensation to which you are entitled.