McCall Baugh - Personal Injury & Construction Lawyer in San Francisco, CA
Let’s be honest. You may have been in an accident. Or you have a legal issue you’re grappling with. You’re probably frustrated. This may be the first time you’ve ever hired an attorney. You don’t like lawyers, they’re scumbags.
I’m here to change your mind about lawyers. My name is McCall, I am a lawyer in California focusing on automobile accidents, slip and falls, trip and falls, wrongful death, and construction law.
I’ve handled over 2,000 personal injury cases in the last seven years. I went to law school at night to work at an injury firm during the day helping people.
When you contact me, you’re going to reach me directly: not an answering service, not a receptionist. That’s because I’m here to help you directly. I focus on consistent, timely, and effective representation. If I can’t help you, I probably know someone who can.
I’m very proud to have second-chaired my first jury trial in Nov. 2016. That jury verdict has since been published in both VerdictSearch (October 2017) and the Fall 2017 edition of The Trial Lawyer (San Francisco Trial Lawyer Association’s quarterly publication). Learn more about that case here.
Alright, enough about me. You’re probably here for information about your legal issue. For that, go to my blog.
If you’re a fellow lawyer or just want to learn more about me, click here.
Feel free to reach out to me directly. If you’re not ready for that yet: go ahead and just browse my site.
I have to forewarn you though: this is not your typical law firm/lawyer website for a few reasons. I am exposed to a lot of areas of law at my firm, so I sometimes discuss those issues on this site. I also may talk about current news, tech, and other soundbites. If some content doesn’t interest you: skip it.
Feel free to reach out. You’ll hear back from me personally within 24 hours, if not less.
All calls are forwarded to my cell phone. That way, you can reach me at any time.
Phone: (415) 523-0302. Extension 707.
All initial consultations are free.