Huntington Beach Law Enforcement Injury Attorneys

There is no question that police work is dangerous. While the first thing that comes to mind when dealing with the dangers of the job is the threat posed by criminals, police officers are also vulnerable to injuries suffered in car and other types of accidents. While workers' compensation may provide some financial relief, it often is not enough. At Meyers Burnett, our Huntington Beach law enforcement injury lawyers can help injured officers pursue third-party claims when they have been injured in an accident.

We Handle All Types of Third-Party Accident Claims

As Irvine personal injury lawyers, we understand how to effectively file claims arising from any sort of accident that may involve police officers, including:

When Workers' Compensation Is Not Enough

The workers' comp system serves a valuable purpose. It helps to provide a system of compensation that does not place blame on either the employer or the employee in cases of work-related injuries. However, it is often not adequate, particularly when an injury is at least partially caused by a third party. That is why the attorneys at Meyers Burnett will work hard to hold other responsible parties accountable.

Whether you are assigned to foot patrol, work as a bike officer, are assigned to a patrol car or serve as a motorcycle cop, we are ready to help you in your accident case. Attorney Mark J. Meyers is a former sheriff who understands the difficulties faced by officers who have suffered an injury. That is why we will fight to get you the maximum amount of compensation you need in order to move forward with your life.

Call for a Consultation With an Orange County Police Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you have been injured by a third party while working as a motorcycle cop, or in any other capacity as a law enforcement officer, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Huntington Beach law enforcement injury attorneys online or call 714-907-4566 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Representation is offered on a contingency basis in most cases — so you won't owe attorneys' fees until and unless a settlement or verdict is reached and paid out.