If you have been injured in an accident, an experienced personal injury attorney can help you navigate the insurance claims process and negotiate on your behalf to ensure the best possible outcome. Sometimes it is necessary to file a lawsuit in order to be fully compensated for your injuries, in which case an attorney is a invaluable asset. Our attorneys are experienced in negotiating with insurance claims adjusters, filing suit and going to trial in personal injury cases. Whether you suffered from a slip and fall injury, were involved in a car accident, or were the victim of an assault or battery that led to injuries, you have rights that need to be protected.
Our attorneys are also experienced in representing minors that have been injured, and can assist a parent or guardian in getting designated as a guardian ad litem in the minor’s case. When minors are involved, California law requires that any settlement be pre-approved by the court to assure that the minor is being justly compensated.
Some of the more common personal injury cases that we see include:
Even in cases where you may have been partly to blame for an accident, you should still consult with an attorney in order to understand what your rights and liabilities are. Call us today for a free phone consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney. We take you through the legal process step by step and provide you with the personal attention that you deserve.
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