As many accident victims know, nothing can truly prepare someone for the unexpected, life-turning events that transpire after a California car, trucking or motorcycle accident. Life plans get thrown out the window or delayed while plans of rehab and extensive medical costs begin adding stress to everyday life.
The Ledger Law Firm has seen the toll accidents can take on Glendora residents and others in Los Angeles County who have been victims in an accident. When those accidents are caused by a negligent party who breached their duty of care to others on the road by causing your injuries negligently, we help you hold those parties responsible.
Our team of California lawyers are led by Emery Ledger, a personal injury lawyer who has gained national recognition for helping injured victims receive the compensation that is deserved and needed. Since California sets no cap on damages, our firm has recovered millions in damages for clients in need.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Glendora accident, know you are not alone. In fact, Glendora’s Los Angeles County was affected by well over 80,000 accidents causing either injuries or death in 2015 alone. We are here to help if you are an injured victim or a surviving loved one affected by a responsible party’s negligence.
Most Los Angeles County Accidents Involve Legal Wrongdoing
As an accident victim, it may be comforting to know that the vast majority of accidents involve legal wrongdoing that may entitle you to recover damages for the harms suffered. For example, Los Angeles County suffered from more than 15,000 fatal and injury collisions involving speeding, and yet another 6,920 alcohol-involved collisions that involved injuries or deaths.
Further, Stanford Law School research has argued that the assumption that about 90% of motor vehicle crashes involve human error is a fair starting point of analysis. If such human errors violate a party’s responsibility to provide a basic duty of care on the road, then the victims whose injuries are caused by such negligence can receive compensation.
However, California law generally gives victims just two years to file a lawsuit under the state’s statute of limitations. As such, victims who do not file a lawsuit within this timeline may permanently rescind their right to both pursue and receive compensation for any injuries suffered in an accident.
You can avoid this outcome by reaching out to a Ledger Law attorney today.
Talk to a Ledger Law Personal Injury Lawyer
Our team is standing by to help you recover damages that will help you heal, repair and rebuild your life after a Glendora accident. Do not accept an unfair settlement offer that only benefits the insurance company.
Insurance companies do not care whether you have the funds needed to provide for long-term medical costs or similar expenses, but The Ledger Law Firm does. We will help you recover damages indicative of what your legal claim is actually worth, not what the insurance company wants you to believe the case is worth.
Contact us online today to speak with a Ledger Law attorney about your Glendora accident and right to compensation.