Such an aggressive approach consistently produces positive results. It's part of our personal injury process and what sets us apart from many law firms. That's why we want to meet with you as soon as possible to discuss all your available legal options.
Our work ethic
Attorney Pete Clancy competes in ultramarathons, grueling races that are often significantly longer than traditional marathons. Training for such challenging running races and competing in them requires a tremendous amount of attention and focus.
Attorney Clancy brings the same level of intensity towards legal cases he handles at our law firm. As your lawyer, you can count on our legal team to:
- Take the time to address your specific legal needs.
- Listen to your concerns and answer your questions.
- Promptly return your phone calls if you have any questions.
- Carefully investigate your claim.
- Consult with experts in the field if necessary.
- Aggressively negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf.
No matter how complicated your case might seem, you can count on us when you need us most. That's all part of the personal injury process at Clancy & Diaz, LLP.
Rely on us
California law limits how long injury victims have to take legal action after their accident. In most cases, injury victims have two years to file a lawsuit against the person responsible for their accident. Surviving family members normally have three years to file a lawsuit in a wrongful death case.
That might seem like a long time. But building a strong, successful legal case often takes longer than many people might realize. Also, the longer you wait, the harder it often becomes to find the evidence you need to support your claim.
Personal injury accidents can be frustrating. Choosing the right lawyer to represent you shouldn’t be. Contact our law firm and schedule your free case evaluation today. We can meet with you at our offices in Walnut Creek, Antioch, Pittsburg or Benicia or we can come to you. Best of all, you only pay us if we win your case. That’s because we work on a contingency fee basis.