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Expert Guide on Negotiating Medical Bills After a Settlement

One of the most critical and often overlooked aspects is negotiating your medical bills. After a settlement, you might expect your medical expenses to be automatically covered. However, the reality is that outstanding medical bills can still linger, potentially diminishing the compensation you fought hard to secure. We employ practical strategies for negotiating medical bills […]

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California Personal Injury Statute of Limitations: Complete Guide

The statute of limitations for personal injury cases in California dictates how long you have to file a claim, and missing it can result in losing the opportunity to recover damages for your injuries. While this is generally two years from the accident, there are different deadlines for various types of personal injury claims, as

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Were You a Pedestrian Hit By a Car? What to Do Next (7 Steps)

Were You a Pedestrian Hit By a Car? What to Do Next (7 Steps)

The State of California takes pedestrian safety extremely seriously. If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident that was caused by driver negligence, there are specific steps to protect you both medically and financially. These include seeking immediate medical care and carefully following through with your doctor’s instructions. In addition, address your emotional, financial and

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Average Payout for a Pedestrian Hit By a Car in California

Average Payout for a Pedestrian Hit By a Car in California

The average payout for a pedestrian hit by a car in California is from $10,000 to up to millions of dollars for more serious injuries. Every claim is guided by the distinct circumstances involved, but this average speaks to how serious pedestrian accidents tend to be. Consider two of our recent pedestrian accident settlements: $2.5

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Should I Get a Lawyer for a Car Accident That Wasn’t My Fault

Yes, you absolutely should get a lawyer for a car accident that wasn’t your fault as soon as possible. It’s essential you do so firstly to protect your legal rights, but also to help you get compensation for damages. In doing so, the lawyer will also gather the necessary evidence to build a robust case,

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How Long Does a Car Accident Settlement Take in California

In our experience, the car accident settlement timeline in California can vary widely in duration, with an average resolution time of approximately 12 to 18 months. Factors such as the case’s complexity, severity of injuries, and insurance negotiations play very large roles in shaping the timeline Simple cases with clear liability may settle faster, while

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What Happens When You Reject an Insurance Settlement Offer

Rejecting an insurance settlement offer in California initiates a complex process that often involves continued negotiations or potential legal action. When you decline the insurer’s offer, it typically signifies dissatisfaction with the proposed amount, prompting further discussions.  These negotiations may involve back-and-forth exchanges between you and the insurance company, with both parties striving to reach

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California Car Accident Statute of Limitations

Navigating a car accident involves understanding the legal framework governing when a lawsuit must be filed. The California car accident statute of limitations is a critical aspect of this framework. It sets a general time limit, typically two years, for filing lawsuits related to personal injuries resulting from car accidents. However, exceptions exist for cases

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