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Getting Answers For Your Personal Injury

When someone else causes you to suffer a personal injury, you may have more questions than answers about what comes next. To help you get started toward the compensation you deserve, our California attorneys at York Law Firm want to help answer some early questions you may have. If you still have questions, contact our Sacramento office by calling York Law Firm or emailing us here for your initial consultation.

How do I know if I have a car accident claim?

If someone else’s recklessness or negligence caused you to suffer an accident, you may be eligible for a compensation claim. For example, if someone rear-ends you at a stoplight, that may qualify for a claim.

What should I do if my new vehicle was seriously damaged in a car accident?

Collect the liable party’s insurance and contact information so they can cover the costs of the damage they caused. Before you reach out to an insurance company, be sure to call a skilled personal injury attorney first. Insurance companies often try to give lowball settlement offers, and a lawyer can help maximize your compensation.

How do I file a wrongful death claim?

If an accident results in the loss of a loved one, contact an attorney immediately. Their guidance can help you get the resources you need to move forward and seek justice.

What is considered a catastrophic injury?

These injuries often have lifelong consequences that include injuries to the neck or back, severed limbs or paralysis. Anything that has a considerable and lasting impact on the injury victim may count as a catastrophic injury.

Who should I sue if I’m injured at work?

Each case is unique and depends on the situation. For example, if you fall in the work parking lot, your employer may not be liable for keeping the area clean. Instead, if the city was responsible for attending to the parking lot, you may be able to sue the city. Your lawyer can review the details in your case to determine who is liable for your injuries.