Experienced California Personal Injury Lawyers

We’re a litigation firm dedicated to obtaining justice on behalf of anyone who has suffered a personal injury, with offices in California including: Orange County, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino, and in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Our premier team has been serving clients for over 30 years by tackling a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases including premises liability, product liability, car accidents, dog bites, nursing home negligence, bicycle accidents, at-work injuries and more.

We only represent people, not corporations or big insurance companies and we’ve spent the last three decades fighting for our people; giving them our personal care and attention every step of the way, getting them the settlements they deserve.

We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only – this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case – and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

William Seegmiller founded The Seegmiller Law Firm over 30 years ago with the sole focus of serving individuals and families who have experienced serious personal injuries. He has a deep knowledge on how to successfully approach death and injury cases, resulting in settlements totaling in excess of one hundred fifty million dollars ($150,000,000). Mr. Seegmiller served as a Pro Tem judge for the California Supreme Court for ten years in addition to serving as a mediator. He is also a member of the Professional Association of the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, The American Bar Association, The Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Association for Justice.

If you have been injured in an accident...

Records of Success

  • $4.5 million - Hand/eye injury
  • $3 million - Burn injury
  • $2 million - Back injury
  • $2 million - Neck injury
  • $1 million - Truck/auto crash case

Reasons to Choose Us

  1. Record of Success
  2. No Fee Unless We Win
  3. Our Home and Hospital Consultations
  4. Commitment to Compassion
  5. Our Technology and State-of-the-Art Infrastructure

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We are proud to further serve our clients by billing by contingency fee only - this means that our representation comes at no cost to you unless we win your case - and we plan to. Our firm has already served over 25,000 people and has recovered countless millions. We are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and are certified members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which comprises less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys.

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WINDSOR: Man Burned in Overturned Car Crash Near Riverfront Regional Park

WINDSOR: Man Burned in Overturned Car Crash near Riverfront Regional Park - File Photo

WINDSOR: Man Burned in Overturned Car Crash near Riverfront Regional Park – File Photo

Windsor Resident Trapped Inside Burning Car

WINDSOR, CALIFORNIA (July 6, 2015) – A man who has yet to be identified was traveling at high speeds down a windy road when he lost control of his vehicle and it overturned near Riverfront Regional Park, states The Press Democrat. (map)

Although the speed limit was clearly marked at 45 miles per hour, police suspect that the driver was traveling faster than that which is what probably played a factor in the accident that followed. Once the man lost control of his vehicle off the side of the road it then overturned into the trees where passerby’s were able to pull over and attempt to help.

With many attempts, people used what limited materials they had to try and pry the doors and or windows open in order to pull the man free of the vehicle. However, their efforts remained unsuccessful, other than to keep the flames at bay just long enough for the fire department to arrive.

The driver was then cut free of the vehicle and transported to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital where he was treated for his life threatening burns. Thankfully with the fast acting response of the firefighting authorities he remained alive at the scene and once he arrived at the hospital.

Although the man’s identity is still unknown due to the fact that any proof was burned in the vehicle, the CHP continues to investigate the cause of the accident while not ruling out alcohol as a possible factor.

“I wish a swift and steady recovery for all motorists who were injured in this collision,” said West Seegmiller, a Windsor car accident attorney.


At the Seegmiller Law Firm we’ve been helping our clients get the justice they deserve for over 30 years. If you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation. We have a proven track record of success with over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients. When results and experience matter, you can rest assured that we will make winning your case our top priority. There are no upfront costs until we win and we have offices in Windsor and throughout California. See how much you may be entitled to today at (877) 557–4239.

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IVANPAH: Driver Flees Before Van Filled with Fireworks Explodes on Interstate 15 near California/Nevada Border

IVANPAH: Driver Flees Before Van Explodes on the Freeway, Filled with Fireworks near California/Nevada Boarder - File Photo

IVANPAH: Driver Flees Before Van Explodes on the Freeway, Filled with Fireworks near California/Nevada Border – File Photo

Sudden Van Explosion Causes Backup on the Freeway after Fireworks Emerge

IVANPAH, CALIFORNIA (July 6, 2015) – A traffic back up was created when a van filled with fireworks exploded on Interstate 15 near the California and Nevada border, states ABC 7 Eyewitness News. (map)

The vehicle carrying several fireworks as well as a single driver was traveling south bound early Thursday afternoon when suddenly the surrounding onlookers caught a glimpse of what they at first assumed to be a firework show. One onlooker realized that the van in question had in fact caught on fire filling the air with smoke and flames. A band traveling not far off witnessed the experienced as psychedelic and mesmerizing, and was certainly not something they expected.

The explosion caused a back-up in traffic on the Southern California freeway between Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Officers who arrived at the scene witnessed several fireworks which continued to emerge from the vehicle intermittently as the burning continued. Traffickers passed by at a slow 15 miles per hour and caught a glimpse of the van that was pulled off the side of the road, as they drove on.

The original driver of the vehicle, who police were unable to find, fled before the explosion happened, and as of this point there are no known leads to his whereabouts. Jay Rutherford, a band member traveling with his band was able to capture pictures of the van after it exploded.

While further investigation will be needed to prove what actually caused the fire, authorities are glad that luckily no one was injured as a result of the incident.

“I wish a swift and steady recovery for all motorists who were injured in this collision,” said West Seegmiller, a Ivanpah car accident attorney.


At the Seegmiller Law Firm we’ve been helping our clients get the justice they deserve for over 30 years. If you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to compensation. We have a proven track record of success with over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients. When results and experience matter, you can rest assured that we will make winning your case our top priority. There are no upfront costs until we win and we have offices in Ivanpah and throughout California. See how much you may be entitled to today at (877) 557–4239.

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MALIBU: DUI Accident Leaves Rapper Dead Along Pacific Coast Highway

MALIBU: DUI Accident Leaves Rapper Dead Along Pacific Coast Highway - File Photo

MALIBU: DUI Accident Leaves Rapper Dead Along Pacific Coast Highway – File Photo

Malibu Accident Forces Rappers Car Over Beach Embankment

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA (July 6, 2015) – The hazy fog of a Saturday morning gave way to an unexpected fatality of the well-known 90’s Rapper MC Supreme when a pick-up truck ran head on into his Honda Civic in a Malibu California parking lot along Pacific Coast Highway, states ABC 7 NEWS. (map)

Authorities suspect that the driver of the truck, 34-year old Phillip Torres was driving under the influence when the incident occurred, and was immediately thereafter arrested for vehicular manslaughter. Dewayne Lawrence Coleman, also known as MC Supreme, was sitting in his car with another woman in a parking lot alongside other vehicles. There was another truck involved in the accident, though no one inside was injured.

Coleman’s car after being hit on the driver’s side was pushed out over to the embankment above the beach. Coleman was declared D.O.A, when the authorities arrived, while his female occupant was taken to the hospital wherein she received aide for her unknown injuries.

Although the cause of death is still well underway through the investigation, police highly suspect that alcohol played a factor in the crash. MC Supreme was only 47 years old when he died.

“It’s unfortunate that motorists under the influence disregard the negative effects that may ensue from driving under the influence. Drunk drivers continue to endanger the safety of all other drivers,” said West Seegmiller, a Malibu car accident and personal injury attorney. Victims involved may be entitled to compensation due to driver’s negligence.

Are you looking for help after being injured by a drunk driver? Speak with one of our experienced lawyers today to see if you may be entitled to compensation. Our commitment to serving the needs of our clients comes second to none and there are absolutely no costs until we win your case. We have offices in Malibu and throughout Malibu County. Call us today at (877) 557–4239.

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