If you've recently been in an auto accident, you may be concerned about working with insurance companies, recovering from any injuries you suffered, and repairing your car.


But if you were the victim in an automobile accident, you should also be thinking about whether an auto accident lawyer can help you recover money to pay your accident related bills and compensate you for pain and suffering.


When an accident is serious enough to cause fatal or severe injuries, or if alcohol was involved, the state will probably prosecute the driver who was at fault.


But for all other car accidents, you, the other driver, and your insurance companies may be left to deal with medical bills and car repair expenses. Often these issues are ultimately resolved in court.


Victims in an automobile accident may include the car's driver, passengers, by-standers, and even the spouse of an injured person.


All auto-accident victims may be able to recover money from the other driver, the owner of the car, and even the driver's employer to pay for the damage to your car, your current and future medical bills, and any permanent injuries you may have suffered.


You may even be able to get punitive damages, which are designed to punish the other driver for his or her action. Our Team Los Angeles Legal Solutions can solve your problem


We will not charge you any legal fees unless you win the case*

We will help you get medical treatment*

We will help you get your medical expenses paid*

We will help you repair or replace or replace your vehicle*



*Examples of Los Angeles Legal Solutions Settlements and Judgments for various personal injury claims:


Settlement for Husband and Wife

Auto v. Auto


Policy limit and excess liability

Settlement for soft tissue injuries

Auto v. Auto


Policy limit settlement

Passenger v. Driver

Personal Injury

Personal injury is the term used to describe physical and mental injuries that occur because of someone else's negligence, intentional actions, or strict liability.


*Negligence* means the other party failed to act with reasonable care. For example, imagine you are in your car stopped at a red light when another driver rear ends you because he or she isn't paying attention. If you suffer physical injuries in the crash, those could be personal injury due to negligence. (Any damage to your car is property damage, not *personal injury*, because the car is an object, not a person.)


*Intentional harm* means the other person set out to hurt you. This includes cases of battery, assault, and false imprisonment.


*Strict liability* means that anyone involved in the production,distribution, or sale of a defective product can be held responsible if the product injures someone.


There are several common types of personal injuries:


   Auto accidents

   Motorcycle accidents

   Boating accidents

   Trucking accidents

   Railroad accidents

   Slip-and-fall accidents

   Medical and dental accidents

   Sexual abuse

   Dog bites

   Injuries that occur because products malfunction or fail

   Work-related accidents

   Wrongful death

  *Statements should not be construed as guarantees, and it is a case-by-case basis.

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