We Represent You, no

matter the case.

With Wagner, Jones, Kopfman & Artenian LLP, Fresno and San Diego personal injury lawyers, you can rely on our team of legal experts to receive significant financial recoveries for personal injury as well as discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Our service is entirely client-focused: we are here to help you secure maximum compensation for medical costs, pain, and undue emotional distress.

Send us a message and our team of attorneys will review your case right away.

Stand your Ground.

As personal injury law firm in Fresno and San Diego CA, we also focus on Class Action cases, representing consumers and employees. Whether you have been injured by defective products or have not been receiving proper wages and treatment from your employers, Wagner, Jones, Kopfman & Artenian LLP makes sure that you get the best compensation that you deserve.

The Undisputed Leader in
Fresno and San Diego Personal Injury, Employment and
Class Action Law in California.

As one of central California’s most prestigious personal injury law firms in Fresno and San Diego, Wagner and Jones LLP has gained a reputation for legal excellence during Personal Injury and Employment cases. We provide effective legal representation through hard-hitting litigation practices and client-focused service.

We'll pick you up

Ask about the complimentary Wagner, Jones, Kopfman & Artenian LLP shuttle service offered to our clients.

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We Are Here to Help

Our experienced Fresno and San Diego personal injury attorneys have represented clients throughout California. Our areas of practice include:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Injuries
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Class Action Cases

And other severe personal injury or employment cases

Successful Cases

Wagner, Jones, Kopfman & Artenian LLP was the first Fresno and San Diego personal injury law firm to sue a reality TV show and astoundingly win a verdict for our aggrieved client.

The trial was featured on the front page of New York Times and covered by Court TV, in which it became an instant audience favorite.