Do I really need a lawyer if my case is clear-cut?
Even when you find that your accident is clearly someone else’s fault, leaving your settlement and compensation up to the other party’s insurance company can be a gamble. Their main purpose is always to cut claims costs, and your claim will be no exception. If you want to obtain the compensation you deserve, contacting a Victorville personal injury lawyer is essential the eventual outcome of your claim.
What types of accidents and injuries can your firm help me with?
The professional and dedicated team at the Accident Lawyers helps clients with all manner of personal injury claims, including motor vehicle accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trucking accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, drunk driving accidents, nursing home abuse & neglect, construction accidents,workplace accidents, workers’ compensation, slip & fall, dog bites & attacks, defective products,medical malpractice, wrongful death, automotive product liability, rollover accidents, catastrophic injuries, brain damage,spinal cord injury, paralysis, birth injury, burn injury, defective drugs, mesothelioma, as well as toxic exposure and poisoning.
What is my claim worth?
There are many variations to consider when determining the value of a claim. Our knowledgeable attorneys can carefully review your case and help evaluate its potential value. There are factors that affect the worth of your case, including the extent of your injuries and property damage, your medical costs and treatment, the loss of earnings you may have suffered, as well as how the injury has affected the quality of your life. We are well-versed in maximizing the potential for your recovery through our thorough investigation of your loss.
How are family members compensated in the event of the death of a loved one?
When the death of someone is caused due to negligence or harmful intent of another, surviving family members have the right to file a wrongful death claim. This claim can include recovery of medical expenses sustained prior to death, funeral expenses, potential lost earnings of the deceased, as well as pain and suffering for the survivors.