The Hamideh Firm, P.C. represents victims throughout California who have suffered injuries from vehicle accidents.
If you or a loved one has been involved in a vehicle accident, contact experienced personal injury lawyers at The Hamideh Firm, P.C. online or by calling (310) 556-9687 .
We assist injured victims with any of the following vehicle accidents:
- Automobile Accidents, Aviation Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Boating Accidents, Bus Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Helicopter Accidents, Pedestrian Injuries, Train Accidents, Trucking Accidents
Common injuries resulting from vehicle accidents include:
- Brain Injury, Dental Injuries, Burn Injuries, Injuries to Minors, Spinal Cord Injuries, Broken Bones, Paralysis, and Wrongful Death
Drivers should use reasonable care when operating motor vehicles in order to avoid injuring others. If a driver fails to use reasonable care, he or she could be held liable for any damages caused by an accident due to his or her negligence.
These damages may include medical expenses, loss of income, lost wages, and general pain and suffering, among others. Unfortunately, motor vehicle accidents occur on a daily basis in California and throughout the United States.
It is imperative that an injured victim seek the proper legal advice as soon after the accident as possible.
If you were a victim of a motor vehicle accident, there are certain steps you should take to ensure that you have a strong legal case. First, if possible, you should be sure to record the names and addresses of every driver, passenger, and witness to the accident.
When possible, you also should obtain the insurance information and policy numbers of every driver involved in the accident.
In order to provide your Los Angeles injury lawyer with as much information as possible, write down any notes about your injuries (and others’ injuries, if you can) as well as the damage to all of the vehicles involved in the accident.
Additionally, if possible, in order to have supporting evidence to enhance the strength of a case, you should take video footage or photographs of the accident scene if you have access to a video or camera device.
You might want to write down particular details about the accident, such as where and how the accident occurred, while these details are fresh in your memory.
Another issue could arise if the negligent driver does not have insurance coverage. While this may seem like an unfortunate situation at first, you may still have a case against the driver.
Depending on your motor vehicle insurance, you may be able to recover your damages with an under-insured motorist claim or an uninsured motorist claim.
For further information about your case and to discuss your injury claim with an experienced and dedicated Los Angeles injury lawyer, please do not hesitate to contact The Hamideh Firm, P.C. online or by calling (310) 556-9687 .