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What Is A Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case is one in which an accident, incident, or event causes bodily harm or injury to the person involved.  The victim may suffer serious injuries from a variety of incidents, including but not limited to, traffic accidents caused by negligent, aggressive, or intoxicated drivers, slipping and falling on another’s premises due to hazardous conditions, dog attacks, work place accidents, or from the use of a dangerous or defective consumer product.

What Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

The value of any personal injury claim depends on the particular circumstances of your case.  Where the claimant is seriously injured, and the injury dramatically affects the victim’s life, the claim may be worth a substantial amount of money.  However, each case is unique and there are numerous factors to consider in evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of your claim.  That is why you should contact the Los Angeles personal injury attorney at our firm to review your case and assess the viability and full value of your claim.

Who Do I Hold Accountable For My Personal Injury Claim?

That depends on who is responsible for your injuries.  You must promptly investigate the circumstances of your accident or incident to determine who is legally responsible. It may be a drunk driver in a traffic accident, a negligent dog owner or property owner, a product manufacturer who is producing a dangerous or defective product, or any other individual or business entity that breached a duty owed to you to act reasonably and responsibly.

What Damages May I Recover In A Personal Injury Claim?

The damages you may recover in any one case will vary.  It depends upon the nature and extent of the injuries and damages and how it impacts the victim.  The determining factors include, but are not limited to, the following:  the nature and extent of the injuries and damages, their effect on the victim’s life, past and future medical expenses, past and future earnings loss, residual effects from your injuries, the venue in which you must present your claim and whether the injured person will make a good impression in front of a jury.  A personal injury claimant may receive compensation for among other things, medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life.

To learn more about your personal injury claim, contact the Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer at our firm today!



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