How A San Diego Car Accident Attorney Can Help You

California traffic is known to be have the worst, debilitating traffic in the United States, particularly Los Angeles. California residents know first hand how dangerous California’s traffic can be and why accidents happen all the time there. Car accidents are not only detrimental to the people involved but also to the U.S. economy; car accident cost the United States $230 billion every year, says the Association For Safe International Road Travel. It’s well known to all drivers that most likely they will be involved in at least one traffic accident throughout the course of their life. When a person sustained significant injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence, they may be entitled to legal compensation with the assistance of a professional car accident attorney.

While car accident lawyers handle a variety of injury cases, here is a list of the most common car accident injuries:

  • Blunt Injury
  • Broken Bones
  • Spinal Damage
  • Burns
  • Back Injuries
  • Amputations or Severed Limbs
  • Eye Injury
  • Facial Lacerations
  • Neck Injuries
  • Brain Damage
  • Sprains

If an individual received any of the above injuries as a result of another driver’s negligence, they might be entitled to receive compensation based on the severity of the damages. Damages refer to awards or compensation provided to victims of injury or loss. These damages or losses may include:

  • Hospital Bills
  • Medical Payments
  • Unemployment
  • Physical Fees
  • Ambulance Transportation Fees
  • Loss of Future Income if Disabled From Car Accident
  • Therapy Costs
  • Mental Health Counseling Costs

Being involved in a car accident can be one of the most difficult times in your life, that is why experienced San Diego car accident attorneys from the law firm of Yasmine Djawadian are here to help you get back on your feet. Schedule a consultation to allow a YD Law representative to determine whether you should pursue legal action. Time is of the utmost importance, California’s statute of limitations states that you have up to two years to file a claim; this window is significantly reduced to six months if you plan on pursuing legal action against a government entity. Don’t wait, call now.