Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook can help you with your serious personal injury or wrongful death claim if you live in San Ramon, California, or were seriously hurt in San Ramon. Since first opening our doors in 1979, we have become a trusted name in the community. We combine the tenacity and resources of a major corporate firm with the genuine care and compassion of a smaller, local law office. Our vast legal resources and attention to detail have been instrumental in our countless victories across the years, including 50+ verdicts and settlements for $1 million or more each.


We have an excellent team of personal injury attorneys to effectively resolve every case in San Ramon that comes our way, including those involving permanent injuries or death.

Let us know if you need help with a case involving:


The value of your personal injury or wrongful death case depends on innumerable factors, including the harm suffered, the challenges in the legal case, and the insurance and/or assets of the responsible parties. We have the resources to build your case from the ground up, including finding the appropriate outside experts, like accident reconstruction engineers, human factors experts, and orthopedic surgeons, to understand the full extent of your injuries.

You may be entitled to recover:

  • Medical expenses, including for past and future care
  • Lost wages, including diminished income capacity
  • Pain, suffering, and mental anguish
  • Permanent disability and associated costs


A good time to start your catastrophic injury case is right now. Our personal injury lawyers are standing by to hear from new clients in San Ramon who need our assistance with their cases. Whether you believe you have a straightforward case or one that is highly complex, we are the team you can count on when real support matters the most. As always, we offer contingency fee agreements that do not require you to pay any attorney fees unless we obtain a financial recovery for you, so pursuing compensation does not require you to risk your bank account first.