We Advocate for Injury Victims in San Bernardino
San Bernadino Office
198 N. Arrowhead Ave #25
San Bernadino, CA 92408
* By appointment only
Injured in an accident? Need help with a wrongful death claim? We can help
Located in the Inland Empire region of California, San Bernardino includes a city and county with the same name covering a vast, rugged area east of Los Angeles and stretching all the way to the Nevada border.
If you or a loved one has been injured or a loved one has died in an accident, don't wait to get in touch with us. Contact attorney Brian Brandt. He wants to hear from you and discuss all your legal options.
Brian has a long history of getting desired results for clients.
Accident victims routinely rely on The Law Offices of Brian Brandt to help them get the financial compensation they rightfully deserve. Brian has obtained significant verdicts and settlements for accident victims.
Handling a range of injuries and accidents
Brian will listen closely to you and determine your needs to help you move on from your injury. He will then work aggressively to get the financial compensation you deserve. Brian uses this approach for a wide range of cases, including:
If you've been injured, you need to focus on your recovery. You shouldn't have to worry about the financial impact. We can handle everything. We can deal with the red tape and paperwork. We can read police reports, go through medical records, examine evidence and negotiate with insurance adjusters for you.
We work for you. So before we make any major decisions about your case, we will always consult with you and make sure you personally approve our legal strategy. We consider our role with accident victims a true partnership. Call (866) 408-1221 for a free initial consultation. You pay no fees unless we make a recovery.
Whether you've been injured in a rear-end car accident on the Barstow Freeway (Route 215) or a distracted driving accident on West Rialto Avenue, Brian wants to work with you and help you get your life back on track.
A car accident can be devastating. The hospital costs, expenses related to lost income and other bills can pile up fast. If your loved one died or sustained a brain injury or spinal cord damage, you may be looking at costs that can reach millions of dollars.
Motor vehicle accident cases can be complicated. The other driver might deny responsibility. The insurance company could give you an unreasonably low settlement offer. Brian will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your claim and help you fight for all the money and benefits you need.
Tractor-trailer accidents can happen anywhere, anytime. Whether you're driving on Martin A. Matich Highway, the San Bernardino Freeway or busy streets like West 5th or North Mount Vernon Avenue, a large commercial truck can crash into you and cause serious, even life-threatening injuries.
Brian has worked with many victims of serious truck accidents and their surviving family members. He secured the largest wrongful death verdict in California history - $150 million - for surviving family members involved in a truck accident. He can help you with your case, too.
You have rights if a trucking company was negligent in the Inland Empire. Brian will fight for them. He knows what questions to ask, what evidence to look for and how to build a compelling legal case.
Every day, someone sustains a personal injury. These cases can range from a slip and fall accident in a restaurant on West Baseline Road, to a dog bite at a neighbor's house on East Central Avenue to a premises liability accident on North Arrowhead Avenue.
Many of these accidents due to negligence can be complicated. The person or company responsible might deny any wrongdoing. The negligent party's insurance company might try to lowball your claim or use a tactic to deny your claim outright.
Brian is very familiar with the tactics used by insurance company adjusters to keep payments out of the pockets of victims. He will gather the evidence that matters and present it to the insurance company. If they don't offer a fair settlement, he'll go to court.