Fairfield California Lawyer Answers Your Question
Law Offices of Barnett, Bennett & Scott LLP: Experienced Injury Attorneys: $4.7M Sample Case
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Fairfield Accident Law Firm: Statute of Limitations
Fairfield Accident Lawyers: Do I Have A Case?
Do You Have Enough Insurance?
Being in an automobile crash is a terrible experience. It is even worse when there is not enough insurance to pay for all your injuries and suffering. At the Barnett, Bennett & Scott LLP, we have dealt with countless people who have been involved in auto collisions. Many times, accident victims can’t get all of the help they deserve because they don’t have the right insurance. People without enough insurance often tell us that they have “full coverage” believing that they are protected. In reality, there’s no such thing as “full coverage.” You should make sure you know the details of your auto insurance policy. Don’t just assume that you are “fully covered.” (more…)
How Long Can I Wait Before Filing a Lawsuit?
When you are injured because of another person’s negligence, how long can you wait? If you wait too long, you will never have a right to receive compensation for your injuries. This deadline for filing a lawsuit is called the Statute of Limitations. Once that date passes, you are out of luck.
Your attorney will want to investigate before actually filing a lawsuit, so don’t wait until the last minute.
Here are some of the statutes of limitation that apply to personal injury cases in California. (more…)
Slips, Trips, Falls, and Dangerous Conditions: What are Your Rights when you are injured on Someone Else’s Property?
Nobody wants to live in a world where we constantly have to be on the lookout for hazards. We want to be able to go shopping without having to worry about getting hurt by some hidden danger. We want to go out to eat without worrying about whether or not there is something on the floor we might slip on. We want to be able to casually walk on the sidewalks without needing to inspect the sidewalk for anything that might trip us.
Every property owner must make sure that his property does not have any dangerous conditions that needlessly harm any person on their property. This includes tenants, visitors, and workers on the property. (more…)