How Do Personal Injury Claims Work?

Many clients wonder whether they have a case and, even if they do, whether they should pursue their case. Here, we explain why the answer to that question should always be yes.

Many clients wonder if they should pursue a personal injury claim. Given the nature of their personal injuries – the strain and stress they have already caused – they understandably conclude that further action is unnecessary hassle. However, that is a mischaracterisation of personal injury claims. For example, most claims are handled out of court – a settlement is agreed before it goes to trial. To that end, then, personal injury claims are far from a source of stress but are, instead, a routine course of legal action.

The purpose of a personal injury claim is simple – to establish culpability; to determine who is at fault. The nature of the case can be simple or complex, involving one guilty party or several guilty parties. Watertight evidence is needed to establish such culpability. At Nehora Law Firm, our legal team work diligently to acquire the necessary evidence to heavily substantiate your claim. Our excellent settlement record to date is a testament to that claim. Our personal injury lawyers are highly qualified to meet these demands.

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Our Practice Areas

  • Car and pedestrian accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Construction accidents
  • Brain injury accidents
  • Dog bite accidents
  • Products liability
  • Premises liability
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Your personal injury claim is about more than legal fees; it’s about recovering damages as well as recovering your life.

To answer whether you should pursue a personal injury case, we need to understand the nature of your case. Have your injuries been sustained through the negligence or recklessness of another person or entity? Do you have the necessary evidence to justify your legal case? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then you should pursue a personal injury claim. Relying on insurance companies means that you acquire considerably less compensation. By using a qualified personal injury attorney, you can harvest the damages you deserve.

Our established legal record in Orange County means that you can be certain your case is in the right hands. The strength of our record also means we can procure the maximum possible compensation value. The compensation you deserve is a product of the nature of your injuries, how they have affected your job, what long-term costs you will sustain, as well as what psychological or familial impact those injuries have had and will have. You can be certain that the financial compensation you receive is the just amount you deserve.

Sometimes reckless negligence can result in the death of another person. This means that the relevant next of kin can file a wrongful death lawsuit. On filing your lawsuit, one of our personal injury lawyers will open negotiations with the relevant party, often an insurance firm. However, in some cases, legal action ends up in court. Whether the settlement is agreed in or outside of court, our litigators have the necessary experience to aggressively pursue and win your case.

Isn’t legal action expensive, though?

Not necessarily. For example, at Nehora Law Firm, we offer a free evaluation of your case to determine whether you have a case, as well as to determine what compensation sum you may be entitled to. If you have a solid case, you cannot afford not to miss out on the compensation you’re morally and legally entitled to. Furthermore, as we discussed, most personal injury cases are settled out of court, hassle free. Legal action is about recovering lost damages; a far more valuable concern to help put your life back on track.

If you would like to receive a free consultation, contact us today on 949-629-4349. One of our attorneys will be on hand to discuss your case with you. Alternatively, you can fill out our online form and we will get back to you very shortly.

Thank you for considering Nehora Law Firm as your brain injury attorneys. We look forward to working with you.