August 11, 2015

We use the term compassion frequently and understand that our definition and yours may not be the same. We want to use this forum to explain what we mean and how you benefit when we apply it.

Webster’s Dictionary defines Compassion as having the capacity for sharing the painful experiences and feelings of another. Compassion implies pity with the urgent desire to aid and/or help that person or persons. In our role as injury advocates we strive to provide the greatest level of aid possible in the quickest manner possible. Sometimes it means we simply listen with the intention of developing a plan to help you in the short term while we plan for the battle ahead. It’s always placing ourselves in the shoes of the person we are working with and treating them like we would want to be treated ourselves.

With that said we also have a job to when whenever we represent someone and this is where we get the term compassionate and aggressive representation. Caring for our client frequently means being aggressive with the side that caused the injury. When a parent is injured the family suffers… that is a painful reality. Caring for you means that we don’t view your injury as just a file… We view you as a human being that needs our help. We rise to the occasion and represent your best interests. Being aggressive in how we represent you is the reason you hired our firm. We work on your behalf in both the short term and the long term. The long term results of injuries can be very unpredictable and we have to use our experience as well as the input from other professionals to negotiate your claim and get you the maximum value for your claim. That may well be the most compassionate act we perform for you.

If you or a loved one has been injured and want compassionate and aggressive representation call GBLEGAL. We have the experienced professionals you need to determine what happened and what to do next. Call us 24/7/365 at 888-809-1075 or visit We Can Help!






Guenard & Bozarth llp obtained a $2,962,903 jury verdict in the Sacramento County Superior Court for plaintiff David Schoonover, who suffered head and neck injuries and fractures in a head-on accident on Roseville Road in Roseville on July 22, 2012




Guenard & Bozarth LLP recently settled a case for $300,000 involving a hair weave that went terribly wrong. Our client was a young lady, and aspiring model, who experienced pressure necrosis from a tight weave and it changed her life.




Guenard & Bozarth LLP recently settled a slip and fall case for $500,000 a couple weeks before trial. The client slipped and fell on a wet piece of cardboard in a grocery store and sustained a serious shoulder injury that required surgery.




On February 13, 2013 Maricela, a Certified Nursing Assistant presented to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Emergency Room with complaint of neck and back pain. She was diagnosed with a neck strain and was given Ibuprofen and instructed to return if her symptoms did not subside.


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