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The impact that an accident can have on a person must not be underestimated. Serious accidents often result in lifelong trauma: not just physically, but emotionally and psychologically as well.

They can result in chronic pain and emotional distress, which in turn can mean costly medical bills and a loss in income. Regardless of the severity of your accident, our personal injury attorneys understand the extent of what you go through.

Our track record speaks for itself

because we understand that your injury can leave you frightened and uncertain about your future. Our attorneys fight every step of the way for our clients and to ensure that you get the settlement that you deserve to get your life back on track.

We fight for the entirety of your injury settlement – we do not settle for insurance companies offering you less than your claim is worth.

We fight to recover every penny you may have lost to medical bills and to lost wages – because we know that it is not fair for you to be so disadvantaged by an accident that was not your fault.

 

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What does a Personal Injury
Attorney Do?

When a person suffers injuries due to an accident, this constitutes a personal injury. This can vary – from cuts and broken bones, to paralysis, psychological trauma, and even death.

A personal injury attorney seeks compensation on your behalf for these injuries, by dealing with third party insurance companies, taking other parties to court, or through seeking a settlement outside the court room. While Glendale is one of the nation’s safest cities, according to FBI reports, accidents due to reckless driving or negligent drivers are common.

Most personal injury claims arise from negligence. To prove negligence, your attorney will guide you through the entirety of the claim. Our attorneys strive to gain you financial settlement to adequately compensate you for your injuries. Adequate compensation involve the damages being suitable to cover any medical bills, loss in income, pain and suffering and/or loss of consortium.

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Are Accidents Common in Glendale?

As mentioned, Glendale has quite a propensity for accidents that result in personal injuries. A 2018 Allstate Insurance’s America’s Best Drivers ranked Glendale at 196th out of 200th, which caused CBS Los Angeles to describe Glendale as having some of “the worst drivers in the country.” The report ranked the cities based on how many insurance claims its residents filed. A 2019 report followed this up with telling figures: Allstate ranked Glendale’s 134 Freeway as recording one of the highest amounts of crashes on it across the whole country. Beyond this, just this March a drunk driver ran a red light to cause a multiple car collision in the La Crescenta-Montrose area, which resulted in a victim needing hospitalisation.

As you will see, it is not just car accidents that result in personal injury claims in Glendale. In April, Ricardo Saldana tragically died in Glendale Memorial Hospital from COVID-19 to add to the long list of names tragically taken by the virus. But what made this case so unique? Saldana’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit — they allege the nursing home in which Saldana was a resident knowingly and negligently exposed him to the virus. The family contend that symptomatic employees were still allowed to work, even without protective gloves and masks.

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Practice areas

Automobile
Accidents

Bicycle
Accidents

Boating
Accidents

Bus
Accidents

Slip and Fall
Accidents

TRAIN
Accidents

Dog Bite
Injury

Animal
Attacks

Negligent
Behaviour

Medical
Malpractice

Motorcycle
Accidents

Premises
Liability

Wrongful
Death

Bicycle
Accidents

COVID-19
Negligence

Nursing Home
Malpractice

Brain, Back, Neck, or Spinal Cord Injuries

Other Personal
Injuries

If you suffer a personal injury as a result of an accident, try to remember the following:

Seek medical attention.

If necessary, call an ambulance or drive to the hospital. This is not just to treat your injuries, but also to ensure that there is an official medical record of the injuries that you have sustained. A medical diagnosis makes it easier to prove you have suffered injuries should there be a dispute.

Note any details of the accident and injury – the sooner, the better.

Accuracy is important: we do not want your claim to be hindered by something that can be disproven by another party or an insurer. If possible, take photographs of the scene. This evidence can be used by our attorneys to navigate through your claim.

Contact one of our personal injury attorneys.

Do this as soon as possible. Many aspects of your case may be time sensitive – your memories, filing litigation, any footage of the incident and eye witness testimony all have time limits.

An insurer may contact you regarding compensation.

As you would expect, insurance companies often attempt every trick in the book to limit – or deny entirely – your claim. They may try and cross reference your account of the accident in an attempt to question your honesty, or interpret the facts in a way that would make the accident seem like it was your fault. Our personal injury attorneys are wise to this; it is important that we handle any correspondence with the insurance company. We refuse to let insurance companies deny our clients an equitable settlement.

Ideally, the insurance company would pay you every penny of the compensation that you deserve. However that is seldom the case. If necessary, litigation might be the only option to get you the damages that you deserve – which is why contacting our personal injury attorneys soon after your accident is so important.

What Do Our Personal Injury Attorneys Offer?

Your Claim is Our Priority

Personal injury claims can be complex. You might be dealing with extensive injuries, concerns over your family’s financial future, and other logistical nightmares. You might be dealing with third party insurance companies trying to make your life as difficult as possible. You might be under pressure to provide evidence that can prove fault on the part of the other party. It is our job to make your case as straightforward as possible. We have your best interests at heart.

How Do Claims Work?

Some personal injuries can be quite difficult to prove. Most personal injury cases involve proving liability and causation on the part of the other party. To prove negligence, for example, it would have be shown that the other party owed a duty of care to you, that duty of care was broken, and there is a causal link between the breach of duty and the personal injury suffered. Our expert, knowledgeable attorneys have a successful track record – we utilize some of the most extensive ways to gather evidence, such as calling on medical experts and accident investigators, to provide you with the strongest case possible.

FAQ

If I contributed to my injury, does that invalidate my claim?
It depends on the context. If you solely caused your own injuries, that will invalidate your own claim. However, if you caused only a fraction of the accident, you may still be able to sue. In California, there is comparative negligence: allowing you to sue the at-fault party proportionally (in other words, for the portion of the accident that was their fault).
In the event of an accident, do I have to hire a personal injury attorney?
It depends on the context. If you solely caused your own injuries, that will invalidate your own claim. However, if you caused only a fraction of the accident, you may still be able to sue. In California, there is comparative negligence: allowing you to sue the at-fault party proportionally (in other words, for the portion of the accident that was their fault).
How do I choose the right attorney / law firm for my case?
It depends on the context. If you solely caused your own injuries, that will invalidate your own claim. However, if you caused only a fraction of the accident, you may still be able to sue. In California, there is comparative negligence: allowing you to sue the at-fault party proportionally (in other words, for the portion of the accident that was their fault).

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