Get started today by calling (213) 389-3765.However, your right to sue and receive compensation depends on your ability to file your claim within the appropriate length of time. You must have a thorough understanding of the statute of limitations. To ensure that you have access to the information regarding the statute of limitations that applies to your claim, it is essential that you speak with a lawyer. You could trust the experts at Downtown L.A. Law Group to provide you with the legal assistance that you need to take action within the appropriate length of time. For more information, do not hesitate to contact the experts at Downtown L.A. Law Group.
What is the Statute of Limitations?All personal injury claim are subject to a statute of limitations. What is a statute of limitations? How does a statute of limitations affect a claim against LAUSD? A statute of limitations is a specific deadline that applies to all claims. It determines the specific length of time that claimants have to pursue their claims and take action against the parties liable for the harm suffered. What is the purpose of statutes of limitations? Statutes of limitations are designed to ensure that claims are filed promptly – preventing defendants from facing unjust claims for incidents that happened too long ago. What does this mean? Claimants can lose their right to sue if they fail to take action within the length of time established by the statute of limitations.
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The Importance of Understanding Statutory LimitsHow much time do you have to pursue a claim against LAUSD after your child suffered harm while under their care? To pursue a personal injury claim against LAUSD, you will have a short 6-month-period (180 days) to file a claim. This means that you will only have 6 months after the date of harm/injury to file the claim with the school district. This 6-month time limit is established on California law. It is possible that the school district will deny your claim. After a denied claim, claimants will have 2 years to file a personal injury claim in civil court. Without a doubt, certain laws and regulations determine the statute of limitations that applies to your claim and determines the length of time that you have to sue. However, the specific statute of limitations that applies to your claim once you are filing in civil court depends on your claim’s details; many factors such as the age of the injured child, for instance, can affect the statute of limitations that applies to the claim. In most cases of child injuries against LAUSD, the statute of limitations will not start running until the child comes of age.
Contact Downtown L.A. Law Group TodayDid your child suffer any harm while he or she was on LAUSD premises? If your child suffered any injuries while under the alleged care of LAUSD, you might have grounds to take legal action. LAUSD and their employees have a duty towards all children under their care. When they fail to take the care necessary to prevent children from suffering any sort of harm, they are negligently putting children at risk of injury – and they could be held accountable for their actions. If your child suffered an injury or lost his or her life due to the negligence of LAUSD, you should seek legal assistance with the experts at Downtown L.A. Law Group as soon as possible.
Learn more about your options for compensation by calling (213) 389-3765.Downtown L.A. Law Group is a personal injury law firm with many years of experience handling all sorts of personal injury claims. We believe that liable parties should always be held accountable for the harm that they cause to innocent victims – especially when these victims are children. If you need legal assistance, do not hesitate to contact our lawyers today. We are ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to take action against LAUSD and hold them accountable for the harm that your child suffered. To ensure that you have access to the legal assistance that you need to pursue your claim, our firm offers free legal services, including free consultations and free second opinions. During our free consultations and free second opinions, our lawyers will be available to answer all your questions, address all your concerns, and provide you with all the information that you need to either start or continue your claim. The free legal services available through our firm are part of our Zero-Fee guarantee, which ensures that our clients will never be required to pay any upfront legal fees for any of our legal services. Our law firm is also based on a strict contingency structure. This means that our clients will not be required to pay any upfront legal fees until after reaching a successful claim outcome. If you do not win, you will not be required to pay anything. If you are ready to discuss your claim with one of our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers, you must contact our law firm immediately.