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Accidents are unfortunate. It comes as a shock to the ones who are involved in it. This often leads to not paying attention to pain, following standard claim processes, and answering questions from your insurance company. We assist the claim process at all levels on your behalf.
No win no fee arrangements take the risk out of making a claim, because you don’t pay anything if you lose your case.
Your solicitor may need to take out special legal protection insurance for you, which pays the costs if your claim fails, and ensures claiming is risk free. The cost of this is only taken if you win your case. You’ll never have to pay anything upfront and there are no hidden charges, so you’ll never be out of pocket.
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If you have been injured or you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s actions, you may be able to file a personal injury claim.
We can help you determine if you have a case. If so, we can also fight for the maximum amount of compensation available. Call us at 844-550-0122 to set up a free consultation at no obligation.
The lawyers handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that if the lawyers recover money for you, they receive a certain percentage as their fee. If they don’t recover compensation for you, they don’t get paid. You don’t owe us anything upfront. To learn more, schedule a consultation at a time that works for you.
In California injury cases, there are two types of damages: Economic and noneconomic. Economic damages include all expenses related to the accident or injury such as:
You can seek compensation for both past and future expenses.
Noneconomic damages cover the intangible losses that result from an accident such as pain, suffering and disfigurement. In some cases, you may also be entitled to punitive damages meant to punish the offender and set an example for potential future offenders.
Generally yes. California allows injury victims to pursue compensation from other at-fault parties, even when the victims are also partly at fault. Under this “comparative negligence” standard, damages are apportioned in accordance with fault. For example, even if you were 99 percent at fault, you could still pursue money for the one percent that the other party was at fault.
A statute of limitations is simply a deadline for filing a claim. These deadlines vary depending on the type of claim you have. They typically range from one to three years. If you miss a statute of limitations, you can no longer seek compensation, which is why it’s so important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after an accident or injury.
There’s no easy way to predict how long a personal injury case will take. As with most aspects of injury claims, much depends on the particulars of your case, including:
When cases end up in court, they can take much longer, although the payout may be greater and therefore worth the wait.
When you enlist our help, part of our job is to walk you through the many considerations involved in each course of action — including the amount of time involved. The lawyers will stand beside you each step of the way, answer your questions, address your concerns and explain what to expect on the road ahead.