Personal Injury FAQ
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal Injury Law is a legal practice area that protects the rights and best interests of people who are injured as a result of third party negligence or recklessness.
What is negligence?
Negligence is legally defined as the failure to act with the care and caution that a reasonable person would under the same set of circumstances.
What is a statute of limitations?
A statute of limitations is a set period of time in which a lawsuit must be filed. In each jurisdiction, the statute of limitation varies. If a person fails to file his/her personal injury lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires, he/she may lose his/her right to take legal action. In California, a person has two years to file a personal injury lawsuit before the statute of limitations expires.
Am I entitled to monetary damages?
You may or may not be entitled to monetary damages. Every case varies and will depend upon the circumstances that are involved. If you think you may be entitled to monetary damages, it is advisable that you discuss your case with a qualified personal injury lawyer.
How much is my personal injury case worth?
The value of your case will depend on a variety of circumstances and the conditions surrounding your case. Each case’s worth will vary.
Why should I hire a personal injury attorney?
There are a multitude of reasons why you should consider hiring a personal injury attorney. A personal injury attorney can evaluate your case and explain your legal options to you. Additionally, a personal injury lawyer can protect your rights and provide you with helpful resources. Click here for more information on “Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Attorney”.
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