John C. Bush & Associates, Attorneys At Law
Your Personal Injury & Workers' Compensation Attorney
We are aggressive trial attorneys. Our lawyers are skilled in personal injury litigation and workers compensation matters. Let us look at your case for FREE!
WE FIGHT LIKE PIT BULLS!
Millions of Dollars in Settlements have been obtained for our clients!
John C. Bush & Associates:
John C. Bush is a Local Hemet Attorney for the past 25 years practicing in Hemet, California engaged chiefly in injury law. He limits his practice to workers' compensation injuries at the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board and Personal Injury litigation in the California Superior Court. He want's to be your injury lawyer. More>>
Melissa Raskey attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego and was admitted to the Bar in May 2002. She also has a Real Estate Broker's license in the States of Colorado and Oklahoma. She understand the ins and outs of real estate sales transactions and will be a strong advocate for her clients. More>>
No Attorneys fees until we settle or try your case, if there is no recovery, no fee.
Home or Hospital visits if you are unable to come to our office.
Most cases settled out of court or in advance of trial.
Medical care specialists and treatment on a lien can be arranged for you if necessary.
Medical care and medical experts are available to help with your treatment or on your case and may be obtained on a lien basis.
Our practice consists of representing injured victims, no matter how or where you were injured, we can help.
From All personal Injury cases, from pedestrian versus automobile, catastrophic personal injuries, wrongful death, products liability, toxic torts, vehicle accidents and collisions of every kind, defective products. Brain injury to nursing home abuse.
Anyone bitten by a dog should seek legal advise right away. Dog bite cases require an early investigation by the lawyer.
Some of the content of this site is considered advertising material under the applicable rules of the California State Bar and under the rules of certain states. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome in any new or future claim or lawsuit. "Making a false or fraudulent statement of fact in order to obtain workers' compensation benefits is a felony and may result in a fine of up to $50,000.00 or double the amount of the fraud, whichever is greater, and time in the California State Prison System."
'Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to five years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.' [Lab.C. § 5432(a)]
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