If your injuries were the result of the negligence of someone else, then you may, indeed, have a personal injury case. The best way to confirm this is by having a personal injury lawyer review the facts of your case against applicable laws.
A number of factors must be figured into valuing a case. Before estimating the value, your lawyer will carefully review similar cases, past verdicts, and the following:
- Medical Bills
- Future Medical Costs
- Pain and Suffering
- Lost Wages
- Property Damage
Every lawsuit filed, including personal injury claims, are unique. The amount of time your case will take will depend on factors like the facts of the case, legal issues, court schedules, whether you settle or go to trial, etc.
You can, but if you do, you may forfeit your right to take legal action in the future. The insurance company is a business and their goal is to minimize the amount they pay out in cases, even if you are seriously hurt.
Most personal injury law firms, including GBLaw, operate on a contingency fee basis. That means you pay nothing up front, and only pay us if we win your case.
If you have taken your vehicle to be repaired on multiple occasions without resolution, and the defects are affecting your ability to properly and safely use the vehicle, it is wise to contact a lemon law attorney for confirmation.
If your vehicle was under warranty when the repairs were attempted, you may still qualify under California lemon laws.
Yes, a used vehicle can qualify as a lemon under California law if there was a remaining manufacturer’s warranty on the vehicle when you purchased it.
A lemon law buyback occurs when the manufacturer offers to buy back the vehicle from you. This generally results in a refund of your down payment and monthly payments made thus far.
No! Arbitration is often presented as a “less stressful” form of dispute resolution. But in lemon law cases, it can be devastatingly unfair to the consumer.