We’re a litigation firm dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of anyone who has suffered a personal injury, with offices in California including: Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino, and in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Our premier team has been serving clients for over 30 years by tackling a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases including premises liability, product liability, car accidents, dog bites, nursing home negligence, bicycle accidents, at-work injuries and more.
We only represent people, not corporations or big insurance companies and we’ve spent the last three decades fighting for our people; giving them our personal care and attention every step of the way, getting them the settlements they deserve.
We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only – this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case – and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.
Listen to Our Client Stories
William Seegmiller founded The Seegmiller Law Firm over 30 years ago with the sole focus of serving individuals and families who have experienced serious personal injuries. He has a deep knowledge on how to successfully approach death and injury cases, resulting in settlements totaling in excess of one hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). Mr. Seegmiller served as a Pro Tem judge for the California Supreme Court for ten years in addition to serving as a mediator. He is also a member of the Professional Association of the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, The American Bar Association, The Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Association for Justice.
Types of Injury Cases We Handle
There are over six million car accidents in the United States per year, resulting in millions of individuals being injured or killed. If you have been injured in a car accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to obtain compensation.
California is among the leading states in terms of injuries and fatalities caused by motorcycle accidents. An individual on a motorcycle is 8 times more prone to injuries, and 37 times more prone to die in a motorcycle crash compared to an auto accident victim.
California is among the top three states for fatal truck accidents. Due to the very large size of trucks such as 18-wheelers and tractor-trailers, truck accident victims can are at risk for severe physical injuries such as head trauma, internal bleeding, broken bones and spinal cord injury.
Over 100,000 pedestrians are injured in the United States each year. Pedestrian accidents can occur due to the pedestrian’s own fault or due to the fault of another party. Common pedestrian accident injuries are broken bones, brain and spinal cord injuries and etc.
A catastrophic injury or illness occurs quickly and with no warning. It can be the result of a car accident, a defective product, a slip and fall, or other negligent or intentional causes.
A wrongful death occurs when a person dies due to the negligent, reckless, careless or intentional act of another party. A wrongful death claim seeks to compensate the economic and non-economic losses that the family members suffer due to one’s death.
When it comes to the number of fatal dog attacks that occur throughout the nation, the state of California ranks first. A dog bite victim in this state has the right to file a claim against the dog owner, whether or not the dog has previously shown signs of violence or has previously attacked another individual.
Premises liability refers to all injuries that occur due to unsafe conditions on another person’s property. These conditions can exist in practically any open space or building. Examples of common cases are animal attacks, slip and fall accidents, negligent security, fires, and faulty store displays.
Personal injury is a general branch of law that aims to protect individuals harmed by the intentional, careless or negligent acts of others. Examples of other personal injury practice areas are slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, brain and spinal cord injuries, products liability, and burn injuries.