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THE LAW OFFICES OF LARRY H. PARKER

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From auto accidents to work injuries to employment law, the experienced lawyers of The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker have the knowledge, skill, and tenacity to win your case.  We have successfully recovered over 2 billion dollars in financial compensation for our clients.

With over 35 years experience, our team of nationally recognized attorneys have successfully represented more than 100,000 clients in injury cases resulting from car accidents, workers' compensation claims, product liability cases, and more.

We fought for them, and we'll fight for you

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JEFF BILLINGS NAMED 2016 SUPER LAWYER

We are pleased to announce that Jeffrey Billings, attorney at The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, has been selected as a 2016 Super Lawyer in California. Super Lawyers are attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Congratulations, Jeff!


THE LARRY H. PARKER COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarship deadline has passed!

For the 2nd year in a row, The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker, Inc. is proud to bring back the Larry H. Parker Community Scholarship program for 2016!

We will announce the recipients of the Larry H. Parker Community Scholarship in the coming weeks.


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RECENT CASE VICTORIES

Larry H. Parker attorney Robert Zavidow recently received a favorable jury verdict on behalf of one of our clients. After the insurance company attempted to settle for $12,000 and rejected an arbitration award of $41,000, The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker won over $70,000 for our client at trial. Visit the Larry H. Parker blog for more details on this case.


RECENT BLOG ENTRIES

From the official Law Offices of Larry H. Parker blog.

  • LA’s First Bike-Sharing Program
    The first bike-sharing program began earlier this month. The program aims to connect Metro bus and rail passengers to thousands of bicycles in cities across Los Angeles County.
  • IKEA Recalls Baby Gates
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced last Thursday the recall of 80,000 IKEA Patrull Klamma Baby Gates and their extensions because of an issue where the gate can open unexpectedly.
  • Illegal Street Racing
    Over the weekend, two Ford Mustangs and a Chevy Camaro blocked traffic on the Bay Bridge by doing “doughnuts” in the middle of the highway. CHP officers waited at the end of the bridge to make their arrests. Both Mustang drivers were arrested, one for speeding and the other for suspicion of reckless driving and street racing.
  • General Mills Inc. E.Coli Recall
    General Mills Inc. has announced a recall regarding three flavors of their Betty Crocker cake mix due to E.coli concerns. Escherichia coli, also known as E.coli, are bacteria found in the environment, intestines of people and animals, as well as food (CDC). Although most strains of E.coli are harmless, others can make you sick.
  • General Motors Ignition Switch Lawsuit
    The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan on Wednesday ruled that GM knew about the defective switches when it entered bankruptcy seven years ago, but kept them secret from the bankruptcy court.