BISNAR | CHASE Featured in Newsweek’s Special Section
The California personal injury law firm of BISNAR | CHASE was featured in Newsweek Magazine’s special “Interview Issue” under “The Best of Los Angeles Law” section. The Newsweek article clearly captures what this law firm stands for, the high standards we aspire to achieve each and every day our attorneys and staff members show up to work. The article talks about our most significant case, our greatest legal achievement and the innovative things we are doing to help consumers and personal injury victims.
Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
Our Newport Beach personal injury lawyers exclusively represent seriously injured victims, those who have suffered catastrophic injuries or families who have lost loved ones as a result of a car accident, product defect or someone’s negligence. John Bisnar and Brian Chase have earned a reputation among clients as “guardian angels” and as “arch-nemeses” among negligent insurance companies, large corporations, auto makers and governmental agencies.
Damages for Brain-Injured Victim
The Newsweek interview discusses our firm’s most significant case, which was the one where we represented teenager Christopher Chan, who suffered catastrophic brain injuries. Christopher was hit by a vehicle while crossing a dangerous roadway. The intersection where the boy was struck and seriously injured had no light, stop sign, crossing guard or crosswalk when, clearly, there was a need for one. BISNAR | CHASE sued the city of Hanford, which refused to take responsibility for the accident. We recovered enough to cover Christopher’s lifelong care, pain and suffering and all his litigation expenses and attorneys’ fees.
Passionately Representing Personal Injury Victims
Our firm also provides a number of informational consumer publications, brochures, books and materials that offer free, useful information to benefit our clients and their families. John Bisnar is the author of the book “The Seven Fatal Mistakes That Can Wreck Your California Personal Injury Claim,” which spells out the pitfalls personal injury victims should avoid while pursuing their rights. Brian Chase is the author of “Still Unsafe at Any Speed: Auto Defects That Cause Wrongful Deaths and Catastrophic Injuries,” the most comprehensive book about vehicle defects since Ralph Nader’s book “Unsafe at Any Speed,” which was published in 1965. In addition, John Bisnar has launched an ambitious national campaign to “wipe out hit-and-run accidents.”
The Newsweek article captures very well what our firm stands for and believes in. We hope to continue our fight for consumer rights and our battle against large corporations and negligent insurance companies.