Understanding Personal Injury Claims

Understanding Personal Injury Claims

Understanding Personal Injury Claims

If you have been injured in a car wreck, motorcycle collision, bus crash, or slip and fall accident, you may be eligible to receive compensation. Contact our experienced Newhall personal injury lawyers today to schedule a free consultation. Here is some important information on understanding personal injury claims, and how you can recover the compensation you deserve.

Understanding Personal Injury Claims | Statute of Limitations

There are some universal rules that apply, in the most part, with all of these cases. One of these being the statute of limitations. In California, you will have two years from the date of your injury to bring your claim or to settle. This might differ for certain cases such as slip and falls on municipal property as well as medical malpractice. It would be wise to sit down with one of our Newhall personal injury lawyers to determine if your statute of limitations is two years, or if your case is different.

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Understanding Personal Injury Claims | How to File

Step number one is to find a good personal injury attorney. That is the simplest way to deal with the process, especially if you’re the one who’s injured, because your priority and our priority would be to get you better as quickly as possible. While you may have two years to file a lawsuit by law, it’s important that you take the steps, mostly through finding a good personal injury attorney, to start gathering evidence and preparing the case to be filed as a lawsuit from inception, and then line up the process in a way that makes sense so that it presents well for the claims insurance companies and opposing counsel.

Understanding Personal Injury Claims | Importance of a Lawyer

It cannot be stressed enough how important it is to have an attorney work with you to keep the insurance company from blaming you for your crash. You might get yourself into trouble if you agree to make a statement with the insurance company if you haven’t already obtained counsel. The adjusters are trained to ask you questions that will lead you down a path to incriminate yourself. That is something you want to avoid at all costs. They have the capability of barring you from receiving compensation if you answer the questions the way they hope you will.

If you have been seriously injured in an accident, please contact our Newhall personal injury lawyers today to schedule a free consultation. Let us help you get the compensation you deserve.