Downtown LA Law is Southern California’s premier personal injury law firm located in the heart of Koreatown Los Angeles on Wilshire Boulevard and Normandie. Our attorneys are dedicated to providing plaintiff personal injury legal representation to the residence of Koreatown, Downtown Los Angeles, and Mid Wilshire. We are able to handle all types of personal injury litigation including.
We offer all Clients with Free Initiation Consultation – Case Review
All initial consultations are free at the Downtown LA Law Firm. Our Korea town personal Injury Law Firm will evaluate your claim at no charge. We and we will even come to your home, office, work any other location that is convenient for you
Call (888) 649-7166 to set up a free, no obligation consultation to find out if you have a case.
You Don’t Pay Unless We Prevail – Our No recovery no Fee Promise
Downtown LA Law is a contingency-fee based Los Angeles Law Firm; this means there are no initial fees incurred by the client you pay nothing unless we win your case. In the meantime focus on the most important thing Your Recovery and Let Our Attorneys Take Care of the Rest. Contact our Personal Injury lawyers to schedule a free consultation by calling (888) 649-7166 or contact us by email.
How to Determine Fault in a Car Accident:
Liability in auto accidents is determined by the common law legal theory of negligence. According to California Law negligence is “the failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would exercise in a similar situation”. Unlike criminal acts, the harm caused in car accidents are negligent because it is not caused through an intentional act such as an assault or robbery, but rather through the carelessness of another person. In regards to car accidents, negligence can be shown by demonstrating that
- The other driver was careless, which was the direct and proximate cause of the accident
- The crash caused some sort of physical or property damage; and
- The other driver was at fault for the damages
Recovery for your injuries can be based on many factors including
- Medical costs resulting from hospital and emergency room care, physical therapy, ambulance costs
- Future medical care including rehabilitation, and need for further medical exams and procedures
- Loss of income
- Loss of future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional and psychological damages
- Property damage
- Punitive damages: where possible
For a Free consultation contact our personal injury attorneys today.