Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley was founded on the principle that justice for injured people is more important than insurance company profits.
CZR is one of the largest law firms in the State of California exclusively dedicated to the representation of injured people.
Because of our size and our strength, CZR has the resources to match the firepower of big insurance companies which do everything in their power to try to get a discount on the payment of legitimate claims.
Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley will work with you on a contingency fee arrangement. If there is no recovery, you pay no fee.
CZR is dedicated to the pursuit of justice. We will never settle for anything less than the maximum compensation for your injuries.
CZR can arrange for you to see top medical specialists. We can help you receive the medical care you need in order to return to the life that you had before you were injured.
Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley consistently achieves multi-million dollar record breaking results on behalf of our clients, including:
Settlement in a disputed liability car accident case for a 21 year old client and her two children. The accident resulted in serious injuries to the 4 year old child.
For the children of a woman who was killed by a drunk driver in Los Angeles
For the wrongful death of a 33 year old son
For a young man who suffered a traumatic brain injury due to a fall from a hotel balcony while intoxicated
For a young woman with a traumatic brain injury in Kern County, California
Win against State Farm for brain injury, after the policy was open
For an amateur fitness model and bodybuilder who was struck by a vehicle while riding a motor scooter and sustained serious injuries.
For a woman with a traumatic brain injury where she appeared normal to those who did not know her
Awarded for medical malpractice
For a young man who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury
Win against the State of California for negligent road design
For a car accident victim with injuries who was rear-ended by a driver who was texting
Verdict for a highway car accident resulting in back and neck injuries.
Verdict for a student in which school officials failed to timely stop an attack.
Verdict for a motorcyclist who required leg amputation after a driver ran a red light.
Win for a traumatic brain injury
Judgment for a US Navy Veteran who suffered a penile injury in a San Diego motorcycle crash
For a client when the defense offered only $300,000
For a college football player with a traumatic brain injury when the insurance company offered only $30,000 to settle
$6.5 million verdict for a victim of an assault in a nightclub resulting in facial and eye injuries
For a woman, the aunt of an Olympic gold medalist, who was struck by a drunk driver in Iowa
For a patient who was the victim of medical malpractice when the defense refused to settle before trial
For a man who who suffered serious injuries after falling over an unsecured railing at a Best Western hotel.
For a client who was involved in a rear-end car accident
For a lifeguard who suffered a back injury after a car crash when the primary defendant offered nothing before trial
For a homeless man who was a victim of a hit-and-run by a garbage truck which the police refused to investigate
Plaintiff Javier Avila, a UPS driver, was injured on his day off when his vehicle was struck, resulting in a $1.275 million verdict.
For a grocery worker who was injured in a motorcycle collision
Verdict against State Farm for an accident involving a spinal injury.
Jury award for a soft-tissue injury where the defense offered only $20,000 prior to trial
CZR has won over $1 Billion in jury verdicts and settlements by listening to our clients, understanding what they have lost, and explaining to juries and insurance companies their personal stories.
Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley client, William Daloney, was involved in a rear-ended vehicle collision. He had previously hired two separate law firms to take on his case, but concluded that they were not representing him to his satisfaction. William hired CZ&R to take his case to trial and got him a verdict that was fifty times what the defense offered to settle his case.