Why do I need a Tulare Accident Attorney?There’s a distinct advantage of hiring an attorney who knows the area and its people. While any California state-licensed attorney can take the case, you need one that is experienced in personal injury law and knows the people and the legal system of the area.
Compensation for Auto Accident InjuriesCalifornia law requires that when someone injures another person through their negligence, they must pay for all monetary damages that occurred from the accident. This can be important to your full recovery from the physical, emotional and financial losses from the accident. Under the law, there are certain damages that can be sought in court from the person or company that hurt you. Some of these are directly the result of costs to you while others are for indirect losses like emotional injury and pain and suffering. The most common of these suffered by Tulare auto injury victims are:
- Medical Bills
- EMS/Ambulance Fees
- Rehabilitation Bills
- Transportation to Treatment
- Property Damage
- Lost Time from Work
- Reduction of Future Wages from Disability
- Permanent Disability
- Pain and Suffering
- Mental/Emotional Anguish
- Loss of Companionship/Consortium
- Wrongful Death
Type of Injuries That Require CompensationIf someone hit you it because of their negligence, the law allows you to recover for just about any type of physical injury. At Maison law, we know that each type of injury is unique, and understanding these injuries and the challenges they pose to the victim can make all the difference when seeking maximum compensation. Some of the most common of these for which Maison Law is uniquely experienced and qualified are:
- Traumatic brain injuries: From severe concussions to brain damage, head injuries can be devastating.
- Neck injuries: Thoracic Spine Injury (whiplash) disc nerve and ligament damage that can be debilitating and painful.
- Mid and lower back injuries: Lumbar injuries, lower back, sciatica, disc damage can all come from a back injury.
- Fractures: From hairline to compound, fractures are common in car accidents and can cause great pain and temporary or permanent disability.
- Soft tissue injuries: muscles, tendons and ligaments and significant pain with limited range of motion.