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Personal Injury

Personal injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind, or emotions. When someone wants to open a personal injury case, it means they are seeking compensation for an injuries that was caused due to the negligence of someone else. Physical injuries include broken bone, sprains, strains, cuts, bruises, soreness, etc. Many believe you need to be physically injured in order to purse a case, however this is not true. Most personal injury victims experience mental and emotional distress that vary in the severity levels. These type of injuries include, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and panic disorder or panic attacks.

Most Common Personal Injury Cases:

Motor Vehicle Accidents: This includes auto, motorcycle, trucking, pedestrian, and rideshare accidents.
Premises Liability/Slip and Fall: When you are injured while lawfully on someone else’s property, the owner is liable for your injuries if the owner’s negligence caused your injury.
Animal bites and attacks: Some people neglect their pets or even abuse them, which can lead to aggression. California law provides recourse to victims of dangerous animal attacks

What We Do

If you have been injured and believe someone else is to blame for the injury in an incident, outside of the course of your employment, you are entitled to a personal injury lawsuit. Coria Law has the ability to assist you in obtaining compensation for, but not limited to, medical expenses, property damage, pain and suffering, and lost wages. We will always prioritize your health and make sure you get the treatment you need.

What Compensation Can You Expect?

Medical Expenses

As a victim in a personal injury case, you are able to receive medical treatment for the injuries you obtained from the incident and you have a right to recover the reasonable value of medical expenses.

Loss of Earnings

California law allows you to recover lost wages in personal injury cases. If your injuries have caused you to miss work, you are entitled to reimbursement of lost income.

Pain and Suffering

Pain and suffering damages in California are the compensation plaintiffs could receive in certain personal injury lawsuits due to the mental anguish and physical pain they suffer due to an injury

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Frequently Asked Questions

As a claim or lawsuit can be very time consuming and difficult, there is no harm in getting a free consultation about your case. Our attorney is able to explain the rules of the state of California and help you decide whether it would be better to go ahead with a claim or file a lawsuit.

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What is the role of an Attorney in my personal injury claim?

A personal injury lawyer works to make sure you’re treated fairly and get the right compensation for your injuries.
Within the network of medical facilities we work with, we start by putting you into treatment that will help with your injuries. This may include chiropractors, physical therapists, and pain management facilities.
We are able to collect evidence, such as reports, video footage, medical records and talk with witnesses to prove who’s responsible in a situation.
Our team is experienced in negotiations and are willing to fight for a fair deal. If needed, we have the correct resources to take your case to court to fight for the highest compensation you deserve.

What do you get for your attorney’s fee?

At Coria Law we are on a contingency fee arrangement basis. This means we take cases at no charge and collect the fee as a percentage of any settlement or judgment that we obtain from the case. Thus, if you get nothing from the case, neither does the attorney.

What are the statute of limitations in a personal injury case?

In California,  most personal injury claims must be filed within two years. There are certain situations, such as a city truck being involved, where the period of time you have changes. If your personal injury claim or lawsuit is not filed before the statute of limitation expires, then you will no longer have the opportunity to seek restitution in civil court. This is why it is important to consult with an attorney that handles personal injury matters. We are able to help you determine how much time you have in your individual case, to file a lawsuit.