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A serious personal injury or wrongful death of a loved one can have serious emotional, legal, and financial consequences.

After being injured in an accident, the best way to protect yourself is to call an attorney who truly has your best interests in mind.

At the Salazar Law Group, we make sure that personal injury victims and their families get the compensation they deserve. The well-being of our clients is our top priority.

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We have High Experience in the Following Legal Areas:

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Employment Law


You don't have to put up with unfair treatment from a boss or a co-worker. Our goal is to act as advocates for clients facing issues such as racial, sexual, or age discrimination at any step of the hiring process or while on the job.

Personal injuries


Our personal injury lawyers aggressively pursue the interests of our clients, seeking comprehensive settlements that cover the pain and suffering they have been through, the costs of medical treatment, the income they have lost due to their injury, and the decline in quality of life experienced by our clients.

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Personal Injury Settlements

If you are considering filing a personal injury claim against the negligent party who hurt you, you may be wondering how much your injury case is worth. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question.

The worth or worth of your injury case is often determined by a number of factors, such as the insurance policy limit for bodily injury and property damage on vehicles. Another important factor is the severity of your injury, lost wages and financial claims (both current and future) and medical expenses in your case.

The worth or worth of your injury case is often determined by a number of factors, such as the insurance policy limit for bodily injury and property damage on vehicles. Another important factor is the severity of your injury, lost wages and financial claims (both current and future) and medical expenses in your case.

Employment and Work

No two situations are the same, which is why we take a methodical approach to representation that is tailored to the client's needs and goals.

Contact the Salazar Law Group to schedule a free evaluation of your discrimination legal case. We offer local representation for workers in the communities of Greater Los Angeles. Your rights will be protected when you work with us.

Labor and employment law involves regulations and protections related to behavior in the workplace. This encompasses not only inappropriate words and conduct, but also adverse employment actions such as: wrongful termination, pay cuts, wrongful termination, demotions, and lack of promotion.

Federal and California law prohibit behavior in the workplace that violates fundamental public policy, such as harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.


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Debunking Some Personal Injury Myths

Minor Injuries Are Not Worth a Personal Injury Claim

After a personal injury accident, you may not know the full extent of your injuries right away. Many accident injuries are not visible to the naked eye and could worsen over time.

Regardless of how serious your injuries appear, you should always be thoroughly evaluated by a medical professional before deciding whether to seek compensation for your injuries.

People With Insurance Don't Need A Personal Injury Lawyer
​​​​​​Unfortunately, insurance companies do not have the best interests of accident victims at heart.

Often the insurance company will try to offer you the lowest possible settlement for the injuries you have sustained. Sometimes legal action is required to hold negligent parties accountable for their actions.

The Salazar Law Group Trial Team will work tirelessly so that you can receive the compensation you need to move on with your life.

Personal Injury Cases Can Be Filed At Any Time

There is a statute of limitations on all personal injury cases in California. If you were injured in an accident, you have two years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury claim.

While that may seem like a long amount of time, it is always in your best interest to file a claim well before the statute of limitations expires. Evidence and witness testimony can be lost or destroyed over time, making it more difficult for your attorney to establish liability.


Premier Personal Injury & Employment Lawyers

We are proud to have served the Los Angeles metropolitan area for over 10 years. We have helped hundreds of individuals and families through their Personal Injury and Employment cases without losing sleep over the details.

Attorney Hugo Iván Salazar is an aggressive attorney who will not stop fighting until you and your family get the justice you deserve. Hugo represents clients throughout the state of California.

Come in for a free consultation to find out how we can provide you with peace of mind on all of your personal injury and employment concerns.

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Frequent Questions

How do I know if I have a case?
You do not need to make this decision on your own. Contact an attorney and schedule a free consultation to discuss your situation in detail.

The attorney will be able to tell you who you can sue and what you can expect to recover, based on the facts of the accident and the laws of your state. Essentially, in most situations, you will have a case if someone acted recklessly under the circumstances and caused your injuries.

However, applying this standard is more complicated than it seems, so it is important to consult a lawyer.

How long do I have to file a personal injury case?

This will depend on the statute of limitations in your state. You may need to file a personal injury case within a year of the accident, or you may have up to four years to file.

You should check the rule in your state to make sure you don't accidentally give up your rights. There are some exceptions to the statute of limitations, but they are very limited, so you should not assume that an exception applies.

Also, as a practical matter, you should try to file a claim as soon as possible while the evidence is still fresh. This will help you prove liability and the extent of your damages.

What if I have a pre-existing condition?

You can still get damages from someone else who was at fault for the accident. Damages may be reduced to account for the pre-existing condition, but you may hold another person or entity liable for aggravating the condition.

Someone interacting with you takes you as they find you, so the question of whether someone without your condition would have been injured is irrelevant.

That being said, these cases tend to be more complex and may require expert assistance, so retaining an attorney can be especially important.

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