Encino Personal Injury Lawyers
Personal Injury Lawyers
Encino personal injury lawyers at Freeman & Freeman are prepared to assist you if you need maximum compensation after an injury accident. In most instances, someone is legally responsible for causing those injuries or creating an environment that made such an accident probable. California personal injury law is intended to compensate individuals who are injured by the negligent, or intentional, acts of another person. Personal injury actions can take many forms. Examples include motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, dangerous conditions on someone’s property, defective products, work-related accidents, animal bites, assault and battery, wrongful death, and many others.
If you or a loved one has been injured in Encino, personal injury lawyers at Freeman & Freeman are prepared and equipped to fight for your rights. You have the right to hold responsible parties accountable for the damages you have suffered. We can help you do it. Our experienced Encino personal injury lawyers will help you pursue the compensation that you deserve.
Call 818-992-2919 today for a free case evaluation. Unless we win your case, you owe us nothing. If we do represent you, be confident that we intend to win.
Types of Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury claims are based in three general areas. The type of claim also helps determine who is responsible for your injury. These claims include:
- Negligence claims are the most common and are based on someone else’s negligent action. A person who acts negligently does not intend to cause injury, however they are still liable because they have acted carelessly compared to how a reasonable person would have acted in the same situation. Those with specialized training, such as doctors, lawyers, engineers, pilots, etc. have a different standard of care. They are compared to how a reasonable person in those fields or professions would act. These claims are based in malpractice.
- Strict liability claims are claims where liability is assumed and negligence does not have to be shown. Strict liability claims usually apply to 1) owners or handlers of animals that injury someone, 2) people that participate in abnormally dangerous activities, such as storing explosives or toxic wastes, and 3) manufacturers or sellers of defective products.
- Intentional wrongs require intent by someone to cause injury, such as an assault and battery. In many instances of intentional wrongs, the victim may file a civil action as well as pursuing criminal charges.
Encino, Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer
If you or a loved one has been injured by the actions of another, you should contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. At the Law Offices of Freeman & Freeman, our experienced Encino personal injury lawyers will aggressively pursue your claim and help you recover the compensation you deserve. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be eligible to recover for past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, lost earning capacity, loss of consortium, and other possible damages. Call us for a free consultation and analysis of your case.