Experience Justice Now with Hanford’s Top-Rated Personal Injury Law Firm
Your journey to attain justice for the injuries and losses you suffered from an accident in Hanford doesn’t have to be laborious. You can retain the finest legal services of Hanford’s top-rated personal injury law firm, Arash Law. Together with our team of lawyers headed by the famous attorney Arash Khorsandi, Esq., you can obtain maximum compensation that will help you get back on your feet. Contact us today at (888) 488-1391 to schedule your free consultation and take the first step towards justice.
November 2020: $9M settlement in a mild traumatic brain injury case involving a construction worker injured at the jobsite.– BRIAN BEECHER
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Types of Hanford Accident Cases We Handle
Common Types of Injuries
- Head Injuries: Vehicle collisions, sports, and industrial injuries can cause concussions and traumatic brain injuries that can be devastating.
- Broken bones: Broken arms, legs, wrists, and ribs are all common injuries that people face when engaging in daily activities. All of these require treatment, rehabilitation, and the risk of missing work hours.
- Disease: Some types of work, especially in construction and manufacturing, put people at risk of disease.
- Blunt Force Trauma: There is a high risk of serious injury or death from blunt force trauma sustained in car collisions.
- Fatalities: Some injuries cause death, and when they do, there could be a claim for a wrongful death.
- Product Liability: There is still a risk of sustaining injuries when an item you bought at a retail outlet in Hanford or ordered online from stores like Amazon or Target is faulty or hazardous.
Do I Have Grounds for a Personal Injury Claim?
To bring a claim for negligence, the defendant must owe the plaintiff a duty of care. The law recognizes a duty of care in many different situations. Sometimes, there is an applicable traffic law that makes it easy to determine whether a driver was reasonably careful.
A breach of the duty of care is known as negligence. An individual or company that is liable must compensate victims for all injuries and losses caused by this negligence through liability insurance.
Sometimes, causation is an obvious issue. But with injuries, causation can be more complicated. The insurance company might deny that they are responsible for some or all of the victim’s medical bills. They will also try to deny compensation for pain and suffering, which can affect your legal rights drastically.
To be compensated, an injury victim must prove that he or she suffered damages as a result of the defendant’s negligence. There are three types of damages: Economic, non-economic, and punitive damages.
Economic and non-economic damages are compensatory damages. The court orders these types of damages to recompense the physical, emotional, and financial damage you have sustained. On the other hand, the court orders punitive damages as a punishment for the defendant on top of compensatory damages. While these are commonly difficult to obtain, a court may order them if the defendant’s actions were determined to be seriously negligent or intentional.
Comparative Fault in Hanford Personal Injury Claims
The impact of even a minor degree of comparative fault can be significant, especially considering the potential value of your claim. For instance, being assigned a mere 10% of the fault in a $500,000 personal injury case translates to a reduction of $50,000 from your case award. Consulting with legal experts early on is essential to safeguard your rights and maximize your compensation. Our Hanford personal injury law firm led by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., Arash Law, is here to assist you in navigating these intricate matters and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.
California Law Provides Compensation for Negligence
The team of attorneys supervised by Arash Khorsandi, Esq. at Arash Law has recovered more than 500 Million dollars on behalf of personal injury victims to pay for their:
- Current medical bills
- Future healthcare costs
- Lost wages and benefits
- Future lost earnings
- Physical pain and suffering
- Property damage reimbursement
- Punitive damages
- Wrongful death awards
- Survival action awards
- Bad faith awards