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  • Super Lawyers 2020
  • Attorney & Practice Magazine's Top 10 Personal Injury Attorney
  • 10 Best Client Satisfaction
  • Avvo 10.00 Superb Rating
  • Avvo Clients' Choice Award 2017
  • Expert Network Distinguished Lawyer
  • Lead Counsel Rated
  • The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40

We Have Recovered Millions for Our Clients

  • $6,000,000 Automobile Accident
    Settlement in Orange County for a woman who developed a neurologic condition after being t-boned by a driver running a red light
  • $2,077,500 Premise Liability
    Settlement for a man who suffered serious personal injuries caused by a sound barrier fence that was damaged by the storm.
  • $1,400,000 Slip & Fall
    Settlement in Orange County for a man who sustained injuries after slipping on steel plates.
  • $848,000 Automobile Accident
    Jury verdict for a young woman who was involved in an automobile accident
  • $500,000 Bicycle Accident
    Our attorneys were able to settle the case for over 10x the original offer from the insurance company.
  • $300,000 Automobile Accident
  • $250,000 Pedestrian Accident
  • $200,000 Motorcycle Accident
    Our client rear ended the car in front of him who abruptly stopped at as the stop light phased from green to yellow.
  • $125,000.00 Pedestrian Accident
    Client was walking home. As he crossed the street the defendant cut into the bike lane and cut our client off. Clipping our client who was rushed to the hospital. Our attorneys were able to obtain policy limits within only a couple months.
  • $100,000.00 Car Accident
    Client was making a left hand turn when defendant crossed three lanes and caused the collision. Liability was heavily disputed based on the facts, but our attorneys were able to still obtain policy limits for our client.

Orange County Personal Injury Lawyers

A Modern Approach to Personal Injury Law

Personal injury has been a common practice area in the United States for many years now, but the circumstances surrounding these cases have drastically changed. With the rise of ridesharing services, GPS, and texting, attorneys need to be able to approach these cases with a modernized mindset, and that’s just what we at Sachs Law, APC aim to do.

Our Orange County personal injury lawyers are modernizing the personal injury world. One of the ways we do this is by making the attorney-client relationship more personal. Anyone who has been injured in an accident knows what a difficult and stressful time this is for the victims and their families. We take our clients’ situations very seriously and work tirelessly to help them through this difficult time.

An Experienced Law Firm With a Commitment to You

  • We are available to you 24/7.
  • All initial consultations are free.
  • You don't pay unless we win your case.
  • We've recovered millions of dollars for our clients.
  • We are highly experienced and have handled thousands of cases.
  • We take a modern approach to personal injury law.
  • We know how to maximize YOUR results.

Don't Just Take Our Word for It
See What Our Clients Have to Say About Our Service

  • “The man truly cares about you.”


  • “I am very impressed with his knowledge, discretion and professionalism.”

    Rebecca S.

  • “Since day one, you were always attentive and checking on my recovery.”

    Leticia S.

  • “The team at Sachs Law is top notch!”

    Eric P.

  • “They are an eager professional law firm that are willing to go toe-to-toe with the insurance.”

    Daniel O.

When You've Been Injured, It's Not Business - It's Personal.

We know that the outcome of a case weighs heavily on our clients’ minds. You may be relying on the compensation from your claim to cover medical expenses from your accident.

Waiting can be the hardest part, which is why we remain readily available to our clients 24/7 so they can discuss questions and concerns with us whenever they feel anxious about their case. We keep our clients updated so that they always have some idea of what to expect.

Orange County Personal Injury FAQ

  • How long do I have to file a claim?

    California has a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury cases, this means that you have two years from the date of your accident to file a claim or you may lose your right to compensation. California does recognize a couple of exceptions to this two-year rule the first being if an individual does not realize they are injured initially. In most cases, the statute of limitations would begin the date the injury was discovered or should have reasonably been discovered. Additionally, if an injury victim is under the age of 18 or legally deemed mentally disabled the statute of limitations begins once a minor turns 18 or the individual is mentally restored.

  • What damages can I recover in a personal injury case?

    There are three main categories of damages, or compensation, an injury victim can pursue in a personal injury case: economic, non-economic, and punitive. Economic damages compensate for financial losses associated with suffering an injury, such as medical bills, future medical expenses and the inability to work. Economic damages are also called special damages. Non-economic damages, as the name suggests, compensates for non-financial losses such as emotional distress and pain and suffering. Given the abstract nature of these losses, non-economic damages are also called general damages. The state of California does have a cap, or limit, on non-economic damages in some situations. An attorney from our firm will be able to inform you how this may affect your case. The last type of damages are punitive damages, they differ from the first two in that their main purpose is to punish the negligent party instead of compensating the injured party for a specific loss. As such, these damages are usually only awarded when the defendant knew their actions would cause harm but proceeded to do them anyway. Punitive damages are the least awarded of the damage options available.

  • What if I’m partially at fault?

    It is important to know that you may still be able to recover compensation even if you are found to be partially at fault for your own injuries. California follows "pure comparative negligence" rules in personal injury cases, meaning that the courts can assign partial fault to both the plaintiff and defendant if there is evidence that both parties acted negligently. Under this system, you may still receive compensation, although your eligible financial award will be reduced by the amount equal to your percentage of fault. It is best to discuss your case with an attorney to get a more accurate representation of your case's true value.

  • What should I do after an injury?

    If you have been injured, your priority should be to see a doctor and get medical treatment. Follow your doctor’s instructions carefully and attend any follow-up appointments. Next, gather as much information about your accident as possible. Take photographs, get witness contact information, and keep notes about any details that help to explain what happened. If you speak to the police, stick to the facts and avoid speculation. Write down the badge numbers of any officers involved in your case for future reference. Finally, contact an attorney at your earliest opportunity to discuss your legal options in full detail.

  • Will I have to go to court?

    Not necessarily. Many personal injury claims are ultimately settled out of court through negotiations with your attorney and the insurance companies involved in your case. However, if we believe that the insurance company is not offering you an amount that fully compensates you for your injuries, or if the opposition is heavily contesting your claim, it may be necessary to take your case to court to maximize your chances of securing a favorable outcome. Your attorney will guide you on the most appropriate course of action.

  • How do I prove fault in a personal injury lawsuit?

    To prove fault, plaintiffs in personal injury cases generally must be able to show that the defendant acted in a negligent manner. Proving negligence requires you to demonstrate that the defendant owed a duty of care, the defendant breached this duty, and that the breach caused the plaintiff to be injured in a way that could have been reasonably foreseeable, resulting in damages. While seemingly simple, proving fault can be a complex task that can ultimately make or break your personal injury claim. Our Orange County injury lawyers are prepared to thoroughly investigate the evidence and construct a strong case that maximizes your chances of securing the compensation you need.

  • How long will it take to resolve my case?

    The length of time required to resolve your personal injury case can be difficult to predict. Every case is different and will involve its own specific set of challenges and circumstances that can impact the timeline of your claim. Generally speaking, it is encouraged to wait until you have received all medical treatments and have a full record of all expenses related to your injuries before settling your claim, as this will help your attorney make the right demands. Injury cases that involve more severe injuries such as traumatic brain injuries or paralysis tend to take far longer than those involving soft tissue injuries. Other factors such as the opposing party’s level of cooperation, the complexity of the laws applicable to your case, and whether or not your case needs to be taken to trial will all influence the timeline of your claim.

  • How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer?

    Nobody should ever be prohibited from seeking justice for their injuries due to financial hardship. Most personal injury lawyers, including those at Sachs Law, APC, accept cases on a “contingency fee basis.” This means that your attorney will not require any upfront payment to retain their services. Instead, your attorney will receive a portion of what you recover. In other words, your lawyer will only require payment if they are successful in securing compensation on your behalf.

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