Free Consultation: 1.800.928.4161_

Personal Injury Law

We help people with personal injury claims without upfront attorney fees.

Personal injuries are bodily injuries that happen to an individual. If the bodily injury is the result of someone else's wrongful or negligent act, a personal injury lawsuit can be pursued via litigation or negotiation. Financial responsibility for damages can rest with the wrongdoer or their insurance company. Common examples of incidents that can lead to a personal injury claim include:

Car accidents

Falling on someone else's property

An assault or battery

Injuries due to a construction hazard or product defect

Dog bites


In most cases in California, you have up to two years from the date of injury to file a personal injury lawsuit. If you were injured on the job, you have up to on year to file a workers' compensation claim. If you were injured by the negligence of a public entity, like a school or public transit, then you have up to six months to file a claim. If you miss these deadlines, your case will be forever barred, even if your claim is easily proven. If you think that you may have a case, we highly recommend that you contact an attorney as soon as possible in order to protect your rights.

 

If you have questions about our services, or you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss how we can serve you, please contact us anytime.


Copyright © 2005, T.S. Wrobel & Associates--