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Personal Injury Lawyers

It belongs in OUR hands

If you are here reading information on our website, you or someone you care about has been hurt. There’s been some kind of accident—in a car, at the local supermarket, or perhaps you have had an accident at work. Probably you called the insurance company but you have not heard anything back from them. Do you want results? To get rapid and effective results you need our help. We have the experience, a talented staff and a ruthless dedication to your well-being, both physically and financially. Fill out our quick fill form to start the ball rolling in your favor.


Superb Representation

I need medical treatment.
Who pays my bills?
Who pays for my car/rental?
Will my health insurance pay?
What about my time missed from work?

We are local and have been here for you since 1984. Call us for guidance.

Practice Areas

The Law Offices of Deirdre Frank have litigated personal injury and workers’ compensation cases on behalf of the injured since 1984. Since some of our clients remain off work for extended periods of time due to their disabilities, we also handle Social Security Disability claims. We are devoted to detail, personal attention and aggressive work up of each case.

Personal Injury

Pain trapped inside. Let us help.

Workers’ Compensation

Red tape nightmare. Let us help.
Social Security Disability
When the whole of the parts don’t work. Let us help.


Wrongful Death

Confidential v City and Tree Trimming Co.

confidential v. property owner

confidential v. property owner/management company

Workers' Compensation Claim

Confidential v. City & State

Personal Injury Ventura

Consultations are always free and cases are always accepted on a contingency fee basis. Our staff has been with us for many years and we work well as a team to provide you with the most effective representation in Ventura County.
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Law Offices of Deirdre Frank

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Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability Claims

Good idea!Need a ride home late at night? If you need a ride after work, this is the service for you! For a limited time, you can reserve a ride to travel between the hours of 8 p.m.– 11 p.m., and a Late Night Safe Rides van will meet you. The van will take you anywhere a GCTD bus goes for only $2. Call for reservations at 805-485-2319. Open to all! ... See MoreSee Less
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Minding his own business, stopped for the red light. Guess big rig driver behind him didn't see that red light. Called us right away, smart. We're on it. ... See MoreSee Less
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GCTD Introducing "Late Night Safe Rides" Shared Rides from 8pm - 11pm(Oxnard, CA) - Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD), Ventura County’s largest public transit provider, will be launching a new “Late Night Safe Rides” shared ride, demand-response service available to anyone who requires transportation within the GCTD service area from the hours of 8PM to 11PM. The new service is dintended to provide passengers an affordable and safe option during late night hours, in particular workers in fields such as hospitality and health care, who may get off from work late at night.“With this project we will be able to address a gap in late night service, and also be able to learn more about our passengers’ late night travel patterns after most buses stop running” said Steve Brown, General Manager. The new demonstration service will be funded for one year by Federal Jobs Access Reverse Commute (JARC) grant funds with a specific emphasis on assisting essential workers in their reverse commutes.This new curb-to-curb service will be offered nightly beginning Monday, May 10th for a fare of $2/person, each way. Cash (exact fare) and Token Transit e-fares are accepted. E-fares may be purchased using GCTD's Token Transit App. Requests for transportation may be made the day before or same day (with at least 1hr notice), up to 10PM by calling 805-485-2319. The service will use GCTD’s existing fleet of GO ACCESS paratransit vehicles, some of which are updated with racks to accommodate bicycles. The entire ACCESS fleet was also updated with LED dashboard lights to help passengers identify an approaching ACCESS vehicle to pick up a customer. All passengers will be required to wear masks on board. ... See MoreSee Less
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