A personal injury lawyer can help you understand the relevant law and procedures involved with filing a personal injury case if you feel you should receive compensation.
What is a Personal Injury Case
Personal injury cases come in all shapes and sizes. If you have been injured in an accident, you should call California Law Centers to discuss your legal options. Typically, personal injury cases result from things like automobile or motorcycle accidents, slip, and fall accidents at either private residences or businesses or even evidence of defamation, as part of your initial consultation. Our attorneys will carefully analyze what happened to you and help determine if you have a legal basis for seeking compensation.
What Must Be Proven to Seek Compensation
Accident cases require a showing that the defendant owed a legal duty to refrain from injuring you, that he/she breached that duty, and that the breach caused your injury. Therefore, we investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident and carefully review medical and other records that detail your damage.
What Happens After My Attorney Decides to Take My Case
If, after careful analysis, your lawyer agrees to take your case, he/she will likely explore whether your injury is covered by an insurance policy. If so, your attorney can work to ensure the adjuster has all documentation and statements necessary to process your claim. Though your attorney cannot promise a settlement offer, he/she can help you navigate the often time-consuming claims process. If no settlement is reached, your attorney will discuss whether filing a lawsuit is the next viable option.
Contact Californi Law Centers
Call 888-368-2384 for a free case evaluation.