Personal injury law is a subset of civil law that deals with resolving disputes between an individual and another party, typically when there has been harm or loss caused to the individual. Personal injuries are any injury that the individual can document, including physical and mental ailments. Any type of suffering from a personal injury is usually the result of another’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional behavior.
Contact Barry Law Group for a case evaluation and consultation if you have been injured in the Encino, California, area. We can help you determine if you have a valid claim, and we will do our best to help you pursue compensation for your losses. Call us today to discuss your case with an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Some of the most common examples of personal injuries include:
Suppose you or a loved one has been injured in an accident with another person, business, or government agency, and they were at fault for the injury and damages sustained. In that case, a personal injury lawyer can work to earn you compensation for losses that resulted from the injuries. A personal injury lawyer can also help negotiate financial settlements to minimize your long-term expenses related to medical care and rehabilitation. Without having a lawyer, you or your loved one could be left to pay these expenses on your own. There are many important factors involved with personal injury claims that the average individual may not be aware of or understand, affecting their legal rights. The expertise of a personal injury lawyer provides you with the knowledge and protection needed to ensure your rights are upheld.
Many people are surprised to learn there are no upfront costs to hire a personal injury lawyer from the Barry Law Group. Initial consultations and case evaluations are provided at no charge to you and are kept confidential. Because we work on a contingency fee basis, we only earn a percentage of your settlement. We do not get paid until you get paid. If your case is unsuccessful, you do not owe us any fees.
As part of your initial consultation, we will gather all the information necessary to determine who caused your personal injury and if any party was at fault. If we determine the negligence of another caused your injuries, your case will move forward. Our legal team knows exactly what to look for and will investigate the incident to identify all responsible parties and determine fault.
Every personal injury claim will be handled on a case-by-case basis to determine what, if any, compensation may be granted. Some factors that will determine eligibility for personal injury compensation include:
These factors and more will be considered and analyzed as part of your personal injury case.
There are three primary types of settlements in a personal injury claim:
Suppose you have received an early settlement, partial settlement, or other compensation because of your injury. In that case, you are still eligible to receive additional compensation for costs related to medical expenses, rehabilitation, therapies, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, a portion of the settlement may be deducted from your final settlement depending on the circumstances surrounding the case and how you used or benefitted from any funds you received.
No one should have to pay for the negligent actions of another. As your personal injury lawyer in Encino, we will hold accountable anyone responsible for causing you harm and get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
With 30+ years of experience as a personal injury attorney, you can count on Barry Law Group to help you through this difficult time. Our dedicated legal team will work hard to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Call us today to schedule a consultation and case evaluation, or fill out our contact form online. We sincerely look forward to standing by your side throughout this process and fighting for your best interests.
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