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If you've suffered from a serious workplace injury or the untimely death of a loved one, the legal system can make it feel like the cards are stacked against you. Never walk into the courtroom alone. James J. Rucker, Attorney at Law will help you seek justice in Orange, CA.

As your dedicated workers' compensation attorney, James J. Rucker will fight tirelessly for your rights. Call 714-634-7575 today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your workplace injury.

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Why should you choose us?

James J. Rucker, Attorney at Law is a leading local law firm with a reputation for results. We distinguish ourselves from the competition with:

  • Over 75 years of combined legal experience
  • Bilingual legal support
  • Personalized legal services tailored to your needs
  • Free initial consultations to help you make informed decisions

Get the experience of a large company and the personal communication and support of a boutique firm. Attorney Rucker will listen closely to the details of your case and remain open and honest with you through the entire legal process.

Retain an accomplished workers' compensation attorney today in Orange, CA.

There's no case too complicated

Workers' compensation attorney in Orange, CA

Since 1976, our law firm has remained dedicated to helping our clients uphold their rights. We can help you with:
 





Whether you're seeking restitution from an employer or another private citizen, attorney Rucker will stand by your side. Speak with us today for help with your case in the Orange, CA area.

Fraud Warning

Any person who makes or causes to be made any knowingly false or fraudulent material statement or material representation for the purpose of obtaining or denying workers' compensation benefits or payments is guilty of a felony.