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Personal Injury

A personal injury case can arise from any situation where someone else's negligence causes you an injury. Common types of personal injury cases are: auto accidents, slip & fall or trip & fall accidents, dog bites, assault/battery, and many more...

Auto Accidents

Auto Accidents are very common in California and thus make up about 90% of our case load. Auto Accidents can include motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, scooter accidents, and pedestrian accidents.

Premises Liability

When injured on another person's or entity's property due to a dangerous condition or the owners general negligence, you may have a premises liability case. Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall accidents are common premises liability cases.

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About Royer Law Group

Personal injury  cases can be quite complex and require skilled legal representation. Our intimate experience and familiarity with personal injury has allowed our team of legal experts to represent clients with all types of injury cases and seek the justice that is rightfully theirs.

At Royer Law Group we’re passionate about your rights. Our mission is to ensure that justice is served – and if your rights have been violated, we’ll fight for the compensation you deserve so that you can get back to living your life. You are not alone in your path to recovery; our team will be with you and we would be more than happy to review your case for free.

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