If you’ve suffered an injury as a result of another’s reckless, intentionally dangerous, or negligent actions or inactions – even if your injuries were partially your fault – please connect with our experienced, reputable personal injury firm today to explore your legal options. All too often, injury victims fail to reach out to an attorney because they assume that there is nothing to be done or that they don’t have grounds to file significant legal action. Don’t make that preventable misstep. Instead of making assumptions about the relative strengths and weaknesses of your legal situation, schedule a free, risk-free consultation with our dedicated and determined legal advocates. In doing so, you’ll be able to ask any questions that may be weighing on your mind and you’ll receive personalized legal guidance. Once empowered to make informed decisions, you’ll be able to move forward with seeking any compensation to which you may be entitled or you can choose to refrain from acting, confident that your choice to do so is informed by a free, no-risk professional assessment of your rights and options.
Our legal team handles a variety of personal injury matters, ranging from auto accidents to fatal injury cases. As a result, you can schedule a free consultation to discuss any injurious circumstances that have caused you harm. Some of the most common personal injury matters that our firm handles include:
After you’ve been injured by another’s negligent, reckless, or intentionally dangerous conduct, you deserve to understand your rights under the law. Scheduling a free, confidential case evaluation with our firm – which our legal team offers with no strings attached to the opportunity – you’ll be empowered to make truly informed decisions on your own behalf. If you choose to pursue legal action, our firm will build the strongest possible case in support of your rights as an accident victim. Every member of our legal team is passionate about seeking justice on behalf of accident victims. It would be our privilege to speak with you about your rights and to answer any questions you may have about your legal situation at this time.
You’ll take the first step towards pursuing any compensation to which you may be entitled when you attend a free consultation with our dedicated and reputable legal team. The consultation phase will allow you to clarify your situation, determine whether you have grounds to file a legal claim, and determine a course of action. Depending on your circumstances, you may be in a strong position to file a successful personal injury lawsuit against any party whose negligent, reckless, or intentionally dangerous conduct served as a substantial factor in the cause of your injuries. Our experienced legal team may be able to make this evaluation immediately. However, we may need to do some investigative work before we can determine with certainty that you have strong grounds upon which to file a successful legal case.
Once you’ve filed a personal injury case, chances are that you’ll be offered a settlement before going to trial becomes necessary. Approximately nine out of every 10 personal injury lawsuits are settled in pre-trial phases of the process. The decision to accept or reject a settlement will always be up to you. Our firm prepares every case for trial so that it is as strong as possible in anticipation of this phase of the process, in the event that you’re not offered the kind of settlement you deserve.
Note that regardless of whether you choose to file a personal injury lawsuit, our team may be able to successfully pursue alternative forms of compensation on your behalf. For example, you may be entitled to a substantial insurance settlement. If so, we will negotiate with insurance providers on your behalf in order to better ensure that your insurance settlement is fairly valued and paid without undue delay. Additionally, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. If you are the surviving loved one of someone who was fatally injured due to another’s conduct, you may be in a position to file a wrongful death and/or survivor action. Our team’s time-tested, comprehensive approach to representation can effectively support all of these legal needs and more.
Don’t make assumptions about your legal options or the possible strength or weakness of your case until you’ve attended a free consultation with our firm. Too often, injury victims dismiss the opportunity to seek compensation related to their injuries because they assume that their case is weak, that they don’t have a case, or that their legal options are too limited to warrant the effort it would take to hold responsible parties financially accountable. In reality, many injury victims have solid grounds upon which to pursue at least one type of compensation in the wake of sustaining harm.
California is particularly protective of the rights of injury victims, which is one of the many reasons why it’s important to refrain from dismissing the idea that you may have a solid case until you’ve spoken with our team. Every case is unique, which is why no one can say with certainty that filing legal action will or won’t be unquestionably successful. However, California’s broadly protective approach means that even injury victims who may have been partially to blame for their own injurious circumstances often remain entitled to seek compensation against others whose reckless, negligent, or intentionally dangerous actions or inactions served as a significant factor in the cause of their harm. In the case of work-related injuries, it may even be possible to seek compensation in the wake of circumstances that were wholly the injury victim’s fault.
Once our team evaluates your unique circumstances in a free consultation setting, we’ll provide you with objective feedback concerning both your options and the likelihood that each applicable option will be successful given the distinctive nature of your situation.
California employs the comparative negligence theory of liability in all but a handful of personal injury case scenarios. This theory allows injury victims who are partially at-fault for their harm to seek compensation from others who may be held legally liable for their negligent, reckless, or intentionally dangerous contributions to the harm in question.
When this theory is applied, the amount of compensation that an injury victim is potentially owed is reduced in proportion to their percentage of fault assigned. For example, say that the value of an injury victim’s potential financial damages is calculated to be $400,000. The injury victim is assigned 25 percent of the fault for the harm, while another party is assigned 80 percent of the blame. After reducing the award by the 25 percent assigned to the victim, the other party remains liable for $300,000 in damages to be paid to the partially responsible victim.
Note that in some work-related scenarios, injured and ill employees may be entitled to compensation regardless of fault. Meaning, that even if the harm in question was caused by the injury victim and no one else, the victim may still be entitled to seek compensation for their work-related harm.
Finally, it is worth noting that many injury victims are surprised to discover that they are not totally responsible for the harm they have suffered as these victims had assumed. Oftentimes, investigating an accident or otherwise injurious scenario reveals hidden causation that was previously unknown – such as an auto defect causing a crash. In short, yes, you may still have significant legal options available to you, even if you were partially or totally at fault for the harm you have suffered.
If you are eligible to file for workers’ compensation benefits, our team can help you do so successfully and without delay. Regardless of your eligibility for workers’ comp, you may be in a position to file a personal injury lawsuit. Unless you’re ineligible for workers’ comp and you were wholly to blame for your injuries, chances are good that you can seek one or more kinds of compensation in the wake of sustaining work-related harm.
It’s important to explore your legal options as quickly as you can for a few reasons. First, the law does not provide injury victims with an endless amount of time to file claims. If you have suffered work-related harm, you may have as few as 30 days to take certain actions to preserve your options. If you have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit, you’ll have longer than that to contemplate filing legal action before committing to a plan of action. However, you’ll want to act quickly regardless, as alerting our legal team to your situation will allow us to preserve potentially critical evidence and begin protecting your rights.
Additionally, it’s important to act before the financial consequences of your injuries begin to affect your family’s financial wellbeing. Too often, injury victims refrain from seeking legal guidance until medical bills and lost wages have become unreasonably burdensome. As seeking compensation takes time, you’ll want to protect your family’s finances as quickly as you can.
Finally, it’s important to understand that if you’re resisting the idea of seeking legal guidance, that’s not unusual. You’ve been injured and you likely just want to recover in peace. However, pushing through this initial resistance in order to attend a free consultation may give you genuine reasons to feel the peace you’re seeking. Pursuing justice against those who have harmed you and/or seeking compensation that will allow you to recover without experiencing financial hardship can do wonders for your state of mind.
Our team offers confidential, free consultations to all injury victims interested in learning about their rights under the law. Attending a free session won’t obligate you to work with our firm or to take legal action. This opportunity simply serves as a forum in which you can ask questions and receive personalized legal feedback from a professional so that you can make informed choices about your legal options. Should you have grounds to file legal action and wish to seek compensation related to the harm you’ve suffered, our dedicated team will work tenaciously to ensure that your case is as strong as it can possibly be.
If the financial consequences related to your injuries may potentially be “covered” by insurance settlements, workers’ compensation benefits, or personal injury damages, you may benefit significantly from speaking with our team today. Contact us directly online or over the phone to schedule your free, risk-free consultation. We look forward to speaking with you.