Personal Injury Law is largely about getting people compensated for pain, disability and suffering. Eliot Reiner finds the work to be fulfilling and full of meaning:
"I help change the lives of injury victims, one at a time."
"The world is a better place when someone who has been treated unjustly obtains a measure of justice. Imagine how awful it would be, when you get knocked down, when you can't get back up. I have a hand in making justice happen, and I really enjoy that."
"When an insurance company offers a client a half million dollars, I have to say 'No,' and demand the full million dollars that my client is entitled to! When money is involved, nothing is easy. So I work very hard, and I slide with my spikes up!"
Eliot Reiner worked for 15 years at Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora as a plantiff personal injury lawyer. An important lesson was to always fight as hard as possible for injured clients. Lazy lawyers settle quickly and move on to the next case. From Dreyer Babich, Eliot Reiner learned it is better to do right by a single client than do "okay" for a half dozen. He runs a small law firm, and while the firm may grow, he is determined that it will always stay close to clients, and not so big as to lose touch with clients.
Eliot says, "There are other good lawyers around. But no one can tell me that I'm not in the thick of the fight, every day, doing my utmost to help my clients."
"I love my job," says attorney Eliot Reiner. "I'm lucky to be able to do this for people."
If you are injured or disabled following an accident caused by another party, you have the right to seek compensation. For more information call our team at Eliot Reiner, APLC, in Sacramento, California. We can help you seek justice and compensation.
Contact (916) 778-3228 to discuss what you can do.
Eliot Reiner's impressive case results are not the only thing that makes him such a prestigious member of the community. His attention to detail and his passion for helping people in need has paved the way for him to be a trusted legal ally and advocate.