Fuller Law Group is oriented toward accomplishing the best possible results, balancing aggressive litigation with critical evaluation of the client’s risk, based on the facts of each individual case.
Our ethical and legal duty is to accomplish the best possible result for our client. We believe in diligence, teamwork, and attention to detail. To us, teamwork is the firm and the client working together to provide the best possible result. And while we believe aggressive handling results in the best results for our clients, we are also mindful of the economic costs of litigation. Our policy is to assist our clients in achieving their goals creatively and cost-effectively.
Fuller Law Group attorneys have helped many small enterprises get started. We provide the legal structure and advice to make certain that your company has the proper formation.
Fuller Law Group specializes in counseling and handling of complex litigation involving business clients in disputes with other businesses or groups of individuals, each of which necessarily involves an understanding of both the business issue and the industry of the client.
Fuller Law Group attorneys are highly skilled trial attorneys. We have the training and technology to bring your case to court, or to defend you or your company in an action brought against you.
Our mission is first to determine if there is potential liability on the part of our client. If there appears to be no liability, we vigorously defend against any payment or settlement.
Fuller Law Group represents major insurance companies throughout California. Our team defends claims made against employers, general liability claims, subrogation actions and workers compensation.
Fuller Law Group has a great deal of expertise in all areas of California workers’ compensation. Our attorneys are experienced and highly skilled in all aspects of discovery and trial work.
Fuller Law Group has a great deal of expertise in all areas of Personal Injury. Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property.