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How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney?

Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay any legal fees unless and until we win your case. We take 100% of the financial risk of your case!  

Why Should I Hire An Accident Lawyer?

There are many reasons to hire an experienced personal injury attorney to represent you in a personal injury claim. The most important reasons are to make sure that you receive all necessary medical treatment, that a thorough investigation takes place and all critical evidence is gathered, that you don’t fall prey to a lowball offer or any other tactics insurance companies use to devalue your claim, that your case can go the distance all the way to trial if necessary, and that you receive maximum compensation for your injuries, property damage, pain and suffering, and any other damages. 

How Much Time Do I Have To File A Personal Injury Claim For An Accident?

It depends. Typically, in California you have two years from the date of incident to file a lawsuit, however there are circumstances where the deadline is shorter or longer, such as if the defendant is a government entity or if the claimant is a minor. This is why it is important to speak to an experienced personal injury law firm to ensure your claim is protected. 

How Much Compensation Will I Get For My Injury?

The amount of compensation you may receive for your injury claim is dependent on many factors, with the most important being the nature of your injuries, the amount of insurance coverage available, and whether you were at fault for your accident. Call us for a free case consultation so we can discuss the specifics of your case to get a better idea as to the potential value of your accident claim.   

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