Christa R. Haggai, Attorney-at-Law
Christa is already in Vegas! Looking forward to co-chairing this fabulous convention again, she is honored for sure!
The Haggai Law Firm shared Rotary International's photo.
Service Above Self!
This morning on Today Show - this story aired highlight the problem with drug using doctors. In California this could change with the Pack Patient Safety Act, which is on the ballot in November here in California. We think it is time to require doctors to pee in a cup! https://www.packact.org/
I am following this story with a lot of interest. Should college athletes be paid for their likeness when Universities are profiting from them? Or is a free education enough? http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/09/us-athletics-ncaa-lawsuit-idUSKBN0EK1S520140609
Christa Haggai has worked on cases for Plaintiffs throughout Southern California that have resulted in verdicts and settlements in excess of the tens of millions of dollars in a variety of personal injury, employment and business dispute cases. Ms. Haggai’s clients have included: individuals injured by third parties while in the course and scope of employment; individuals injured while driving on Los Angeles Freeways such as the 405 freeway, the 5 freeway, the 10 freeway, the 101 freeway, the 110 freeway, and the 105 freeway; individuals involved in slip and fall accidents; individuals involved in bicycle accidents; pedestrians hit by cars in marked and unmarked crosswalks on busy streets in Los Angeles County; victims of medical malpractice; individuals wrongfully terminated from their employment; victims of sexual harassment; and business involved in disputes.
Ms. Haggai has tried or settled cases in the amount of tens of millions of dollars with individuals throughout Southern California and Los Angeles, who have suffered a variety of personal injuries including but not limited to: spinal cord injuries, including quadriplegia, paraplegia, cervical and lumbar disc injuries; rib fractures; leg fractures, arm and wrist fractures; knee injuries; shoulder injuries, including slap tears, rotator cuff tears; foot fractures; traumatic brain injuries, and wrongful death.
Christa R. Haggai