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Okabe & Haushalter

Victim Representation

Los Angeles Victim Representation Attorney's Civil Legal Help For Crime Victims in California

Recent recovery - $2.6 Million for a client who suffered sexual abuse

Innocent people become victims of crimes every day in Los Angeles. Many of these victims, or their families, believe that there is nothing that can be done after the perpetrator’s criminal case has concluded and may feel that they have not been given the restitution they deserve. Fortunately, crime victims can pursue civil cases against the perpetrator in an effort to recover compensation for the damages they have suffered. If you or a family member has been victimized by a criminal act, a Los Angeles attorney can provide you with assistance in taking swift legal action.

Victims of the following crimes may take civil action

Crimes And Property Negligence

If a property owner or manager fails to take the necessary steps to protect visitors from criminal activity on the property, the owner or manager can be held financially liable for any damages that a person may sustain as a victim of a crime. This includes crimes that occur on properties such as gas stations, fast food restaurants, convenience stores, apartment buildings, bars, hotels, dorm rooms and parking garages.

We’re also ready to assess the following claims

We at Okabe & Haushalter possess many years of experience in the area of criminal law and are available to assist you if you are the victim of a crime. Our founding attorneys, Mark Haushalter and Ryan Okabe have set high standards in regards to the level of service we provide to our clients, and you can be confident in the fact that we will provide you compassionate, dedicated representation in your case. We understand that being victimized by a criminal can be a devastating experience. We also understand that the turmoil that an arrest and criminal charges can bring. Our goal is to successfully secure a positive outcome to your case, whether you are the accused or the victim.