San Diego Personal Injury Attorneys

Representing injured Clients from Coast to Coast

Our San Diego trial and serious injury firm handles cases across the country, garnering a national reputation for excellence. We are known for our caring, client-centered approach that gets results, which has led to local and national media attention. Our personal injury attorneys have been featured in The New York Times, KUSI, the San Diego Union Tribune, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal.

Available 24/7 to help you, our personal injury lawyers can travel out to your home or hospital within hours to provide the legal support you deserve. Our team offers award-winning, successful advocacy, and our attorneys have secured justice and financial recovery for 50+ years combined. Please don’t wait to see how we can help you.

Call (619) 236-9696 or email us today for your FREE case review!
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They made sure that no matter what happened, I was taken care of. They are very supporting and understanding and strong fighters. They will do everything they need to do to make the case right.

– Burn Injury Victim

Our Philosophy

Our caring legal team takes the time to understand clients, their legal needs and goals, and what it takes to secure remarkable results.

  • Backed by more than 30 years of legal experience, Sean Simpson is a five-time winner of the Trial of the Year and Outstanding Trial Lawyer Award from the Consumer Attorneys of San Diego.

    Sean Simpson
  • Jayme is a trial-tested attorney with proven experience in mediation as well. She has earned the top rating of Superb by Avvo due to her professionalism, results, and reputation.

    Jayme Simpson
  • Rich worked for a prestigious personal injury litigation firm and volunteered at a non-profit firm specializing in legal aid for low-income individuals.

    Richard Mackie

Free Consultations Available 24/7

Call (619) 236-9696 or email us using this form to start getting legal answers.

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