Brockmeier Law Group first opened our doors in 2009, in the height of the Great Recession, when other firms were laying off workers and trying to find a way to continue the legal practices they had before the market changed. We began and continue to serve our clients with the same recipe of personalized contact and an eye towards both the recovery for each of our clients, and keeping an eye on each clients individualized goals in their cases. We handle a variety of cases and clients both in litigation and contract drafting in negotiation – so we know what it takes to get desired results for all of our clients.
Assault and Battery
Victims of intentional acts of assault and battery as well as other acts of violent crime have the right to seek monetary compensation for their losses against all at fault parties. Criminal acts resulting in injury can take place anywhere including nightclubs, in the workplace, at school, in public transportation systems such as buses and trains, and in the home.
- Lacerations of face, scalp, and/or hands
- Fractured bones
- Broken bones
- Internal organ injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Nerve damage
Two Years to File and Assault and Battery Injury Civil Case. California Code of Civil Procedure section 335.1 gives an individual two years from the date of the intentional act, “An action for assault, battery, or injury to, or for the death of, an individual caused by the wrongful act or neglect of another.” Filing a Lawsuit Against Government Agencies – Victims of violent crimes at the hands of government agencies including police officers 6 months (180 days) from the date of the act to file a claim with the agency.