Serving Southern California

(760) 245-1637

15476 W. Sand Street, Victorville, CA

Personal Injury Lawyer in Victorville, CA

A personal injury case requires professional and experienced help. While the case may seem simple objectively, it will often take a lot of investigation and communication to document the evidence and negotiate the best outcome. That’s why you need the help of a personal injury lawyer. At Caldwell, Kennedy & Porter, we pride ourselves in having some of the best lawyers in Victorville, CA.

We will help you get the compensation you deserve.

What We Do

Personal injury law covers a wide variety of cases, including auto accidents, wrongful death, and dog bites. With each case, we look at the unique circumstances to determine the best solution. With each personal injury case we will:

  • Investigate the case: Each case has many details and aspects that are essential. We look at police reports, photographs of the scene or injuries, medical bills, and witness testimonies. We try to find every relevant detail that will help us get the right settlement for you.
  • Negotiate a settlement: A negotiation is usually favorable to a trial, so we will use all our data and findings from the investigation to negotiate a fair settlement for your case.
  • Go a step further: Of course, if the case can’t be settled, we will file a lawsuit and prepare for a trial. We will gather evidence and witnesses that will support your case at trial.

We have worked on a wide variety of cases, so we know just what we need to do to ensure each case we work on has a favorable outcome.

Who We Are

Caldwell, Kennedy & Porter has provided legal services since 1986, and we pride ourselves in our evergrowing knowledge and expertise in personal injury law. We work with you to make sure we understand your needs so we can help you with your case.

Call us today at (760) 245-1637 if you need a personal injury lawyer in Victorville, CA.


The various members of this firm are all experienced trial attorneys in State and Federal courtrooms, as well as judicial arbitrations and administrative hearings before state boards.