Thank you so much for contacting Jackson & Wilson, Inc. Since 1986 we’ve enjoyed successfully helping thousands of people and their families who have experienced a catastrophic personal injury or wrongful death. Hopefully we can help you too.
To get started, please complete our Potential New Client Confidential Questionnaire. We recommend that you take advantage of the easy to use “online web form” found at the bottom of this page. If you like, you can also download and print out the questionnaire by right clicking on the form to your right or via this link (right click to download to your computer)
Tip: When completing either version of our form, it’s very important that you take your time and share as much information as possible. The more detailed information you provide the better we can evaluate your potential case and answer your questions. Please note that we’re contacted by many new potential clients each week. People who take the time and effort to complete and return the questionnaire will receive our top priority and usually are the first to hear back from us.
Hint- If you use the “online web form” below, your answers will be emailed to us and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible. Normally within hours.
For those of you downloading the form to your computer, please return the completed questionnaire to our Orange County office. Our fax number is 949-315-3687 and our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also mail your questionnaire to Jackson & Wilson, Inc., 23161 Mill Creek Drive, Ste 150, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. Upon our receipt we will review your information and contact you with our opinions and feedback.
If you’d like review our General Authorization and Contingency Fee Retainer Agreement, you may do so using the convenient links to your right!
What to do next…
If you have not already done so, we strongly recommend that you read our free ebook entitled, “The Truth About Your California Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Case”.
You may want to pay particularly close attention to the chapters entitled, “Why You Need a Good Lawyer- Rabbits and Lions”, “Three Ways to Find a Great Lawyer”, and “Nine Questions to Ask Every Lawyer You Interview”.
We also invite you to spend time at this web site. We share videos about real case results and blog posts and links explaining detailed steps about what you need to do to protect your rights. The main links on top will take you to client and lawyer testimonials, case results, books and reports, videos, audios, our experience (awards and recognitions), FAQs, contact information and more.
Need Help With a Small Claims Case?
Here are several excellent free publications to help you with your small claims case
Until you’ve made a final decision about hiring an experienced lawyer, you may also want to review the following tips for injured consumers.
Nine Things To Keep In Mind To Protect Your Rights…
1. Contact Information- Inform your attorney immediately of any change of personal or business contact information such as address, telephone number and email address.
2. Refer To Attorney- Use the phrase, “Please contact my attorney with any questions or comments. Here is his/her phone number”
3. Evidence- Provide your attorney with originals of all documents, items and things that may have any relevance to your case.
4. Honest and Forthright- To protect your legal interest, it is critical that you be honest and forthright with your attorney as to all information.
5. Keep Attorney Updated- Contact your attorney immediately with any new information, new developments, evidence, changes in physical or mental condition, witness information…
6. Keep Things Confidential- Do not discuss your legal matter with anyone without first getting your attorney’s approval. This includes your spouse, family, friends, neighbors, employees or news media. The only communications (oral, written and electronic) which are protected from disclosure are those which take place between an attorney and his or her client.
7. Statements- Do not give any statements, written, recorded, or oral, to anyone, including ANY insurance company, concerning your legal matter without first getting the approval of your attorney.
8. Documents and Communications- Do not sign documents, send letters, initiate/ receive telephone calls or electronic communications (email, text message…) concerning your legal matter without first getting the approval of your attorney.
9. Document Creation- Do not compile information or create documents concerning your legal matter without first getting the approval of your attorney.
Confidential Potential New Client Questionnaire…
Thank you for seeking our help. The more information you share, the better we will be able to serve you. Simply put “N/A” for not applicable if any of the questions do not apply to you. Thanks!