Areas of Practice
Simply going through one’s daily routine can carry unforeseen dangers - working, walking on a wet floor, driving, or even going to the doctor. It is only fair that the party responsible should pay for any damages caused. It is our job to help you, the innocent victim, receive compensation for physical injuries or mental anguish you may have experienced.
If you have been injured due to another’s negligence or fault, you could be entitled to receive compensation for physical and emotional damages. Personal injury is a complicated field that requires the experience and knowledge of a trained professional. Our attorneys and staff are committed to doing what’s needed to protect your rights and help you get the compensation you deserve.
If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, you will need an experienced and hardworking attorney who knows the criminal justice system.
Anytime you or someone you love has been arrested and/or charged with a crime it is a serious matter and one not to be taken lightly. Working your way through the court system alone can be a frightening and uncertain journey. Even a DUI conviction can cause someone to spend time in jail, lose their license, and pay big fines.
When arrested or charged with a crime, it is important that a person avoids making any statements to the police. It is also very important that a person avoids making any statements to the police. It is also very important that an individual contacts an attorney ASAP.
Experience shows that the sooner a lawyer is brought into a criminal case or investigation, the better the outcome will be for the client. Working with his referral partners, Mr. Bush can put you in touch with the right criminal defense lawyer for your specific case.
When you go to the doctor, you're effectively put your life and well-being in his or her hands. You trust the doctor, nurses, and other staff to do what’s best for your current and future health. It is the responsibility of the professional overseeing your care to act reasonably and use standard, proven methods in your diagnosis and treatment.
Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional, due to negligence, acts in a manner or makes a decision that causes harm to the patient. To qualify as malpractice, the doctor must have done what no reasonable doctor would have during a similar situation - and that action or error must have injured the patient.
The failure of a doctor to get a patient’s informed consent may also be grounds for a medical malpractice suit. A doctor must inform a patient of the risks involved in a medical procedure and get content before administering treatment. A procedure carried out without informed consent that results in injury to the patient - even when the procedure was performed properly - is grounds for a medical malpractice case.
Accidents in the workplace can occur frequently, particularly when heavy machinery or equipment are involved. As a result, California has adopted workers’ compensation - insurance coverage that provides money to an injured worker for medical expenses and lost wages. Workers’ comp can eliminate the need for litigation in attempting to receive compensation for an injury, but it does not necessarily cover all lost wages or enough medical coverage for a severe or long-term injury.
Although workers’ comp has made it easier for employees to receive compensation for workplace accidents, some injuries at the workplace are caused by faulty machinery, intentional misconduct or negligence - all of which may qualify for additional compensation. Mr. Bush works with the most experienced workers compensation attorneys to make sure you obtain all you are entitled to.