Eisenberg Law Group

Los Angeles
Practice Areas

At Eisenberg Law Group, we focus exclusively on the areas of personal injury and employment law.

Our legal practice is devoted to representing the rights of individuals who have been injured or harmed by the negligence of others.

Catastrophic Personal Injury

When you or a loved one has suffered a severe injury, your primary goals are most likely ensuring your health and healing, returning to work and resuming your regular activities.

Car Accidents

With more drivers on the road than any other state, California leads the country in automobile crashes. These crashes often cause physical injury, pain and suffering, loss of income, and medical expenses. Under California law, you are entitled to compensation for each of these.

Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents

According to statistics from the National Safety Council (NSC), accidental slips, trips and falls make up nearly nine million emergency room visits each year. Falls are the third most common cause of accidental deaths.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents are much more likely to be fatal or cause debilitating injuries than car crashes. This is because motorcycle riders have little to no protection, and will almost certainly be thrown from their bikes in the event of a collision.

Train Accidents

Each year, there are approximately 3000 railroad accidents, which lead to around 1,000 deaths. Because a train is so much larger and heavier than a roadway vehicle, most locomotive crashes result in widespread debilitating injury or death.

Bus Accidents

According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, around 300 fatal bus accidents occur each year on U.S. roadways and highways. Given the vehicle's large size, substantial weight.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Physical trauma to the brain is one of the most serious and life-altering injuries anyone can sustain. If you have been the victim of this type of catastrophic personal injury, the ideal situation is making a full recovery.

Truck Accidents

Each year, thousands of large trucks and buses are involved in collisions on United States roadways, freeways, and highways. Many of these result in severe injuries, including broken bones, head trauma, burns, spinal cord damage, brain damage, paralysis.

Bicycle Accidents

Did you know that California has more cyclists than any other state in the country? While cycling is a great way to stay active, healthy and environmentally friendly, sharing the road with motor vehicles does carry some element of risk.

Dog Bites

Dog bites can happen anywhere, whether it's on the sidewalk during a walk around the neighborhood, at a dog park or in a family member's backyard during a gathering. It could be the act of a stray dog.

Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is always a traumatic experience, but it can be even more trying if the death was the result of a preventable accident. Under California law, you are entitled to recover compensation for the death of your loved one.

Products Liability

Product liability is a very wide and diverse area of law. In a nutshell, if you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a product defect, you could have grounds to pursue compensation.

Uber and Lyft Accidents

In today’s world, rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft are becoming increasingly popular because they are convenient and cost-effective. Gone are the days of having to wait half-an-hour at the corner to hail a taxi.

Employment Law Cases

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment laws protect employees from unlawful sexual harassment, including unwanted sexual advances, sexual comments, and sexual gestures. Further, sexual harassment laws protect employees from sexual harassment based on their gender or gender identity.

Wage and Hour Violations

As an employee, you have the right to be paid the proper amount, on time, and without any deceptive or unfair calculations by your employer. Fortunately, both California and federal law protect employees from employers that fail to pay their employees fully and fairly.

Wrongful Termination

In California, many employees are considered “at will” and can be terminated for a variety of reasons. However, employers often violate California law when firing “at will” employees.


The federal law governing employment discrimination is called Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In California, employment discrimination is covered under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).

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Since 2001, Eisenberg Law Group has been working with clients throughout Southern California. Our father-son team of attorneys is committed to providing effective and actionable legal advice and representation, and we provide our clients with access to their attorneys that you would never find at a large firm. To schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers, call us today or contact us online.

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