What we do
The Valdez Team works with clients primarily in San Diego, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Nevada - with additional clients around the nation. Our team focuses on settlement planning & producing Structured Settlements for personal injury, medical malpractice, elder abuse, workers' compensation, product liability, mass torts, and construction defect cases. In addition, we also have the ability to create Structured Settlements for non-physical injury cases and attorney fees.
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I have worked with Manuel Valdez Sr. & Manny Valdez Jr. on multiple cases over the period of 25-years. Their service is “The Best”. They really care about the client, and you can see that when they meet with them. They really evaluate the entire case, using their massive experience fully understanding what the clients’ needs are.
We always bring in The Mannys because they have cultural sensitivity and a lot of patience. They spend time with my clients, and they take a great deal of pride & pleasure in helping ensure that people who have suffered harm have a good financial outlook. I wholeheartedly recommend The Mannys to anyone considering a Structured Settlement.
While working on a personal injury case that resulted in a catastrophic injury with lifetime disability, I was tasked with a goal to come up with a game plan that provided care for the rest of my client’s life. Manny Valdez was able to provide the best Structured Settlement plan for him and his family. I was very happy with Mannys desire and willingness to be available for consultations. He took the time to sit down with our client and genuinely see them as people; he truly cares for their needs.
The case involved a plaintiff by the name of Toby Morin. Toby had been a paraplegic since the age of 7, and had been used to using wheelchairs for his entire life. Unfortunately, when he got to his mid-thirties, he was using a manual wheelchair and it had malfunctioned, breaking right under him. It turned out that there was a problem with the design of the wheelchair, as well as how it was being maintained by the maintenance company. Toby’s injuries were significant, leading to nerve damage, spasms, mental health issues, and several other. After the defense took the position that Toby was not really injured and nothing was really wrong with the product, Jeremy & his team immediately decided to take the case to trial.
At the end of the day, the jury did not see the case how the defendants did & they came back with a verdict of just under $10 Million. Before the trial, Toby had limited resources. After seeing what the jury was awarding Toby, Jeremy quickly realized and understood that this money needed to last him for the rest of his life.
From working with the Mannys over the years, Jeremy knew that they could help Toby. Jeremy explains that “Manny had an attention to detail that everyone appreciated. He seemed to know what Toby would need before everyone else did. He answered every question that we could throw at him”, making Jeremy feel confident that Toby was going to be taken care of.