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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. The “pure comparative negligence” system in California deducts the amount that is equivalent to your percentage of fault from the total compensation amount. So if you are awarded $100,000 but you were found to be 40% at fault, then you would subtract 40% or $40,000 from the total of $100,000, to receive $60,000 in compensation. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

Yes. The “pure comparative negligence” system in California deducts the amount that is equivalent to your percentage of fault from the total compensation amount. So if you are awarded $100,000 but you were found to be 40% at fault, then you would subtract 40% or $40,000 from the total of $100,000, to receive $60,000 in compensation. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

Since each case is characterized by different circumstances, it’s extremely difficult and sometimes impossible to predict how long a case will take to resolve. Some cases resolve in a few months, and others take years. Some factors that affect the timeline of your case include the type of injuries you suffered and the recovery time, legal issues and legal tactics of the opposing counsel, and the extent of damages in your case. At Avalon Law
Firm, we commit to keeping all our clients updated about the progress of their case, from start to finish. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

Since each case is characterized by different circumstances, it’s extremely difficult and sometimes impossible to predict how long a case will take to resolve. Some cases resolve in a few months, and others take years. Some factors that affect the timeline of your case include the type of injuries you suffered and the recovery time, legal issues and legal tactics of the opposing counsel, and the extent of damages in your case. At Avalon Law
Firm, we commit to keeping all our clients updated about the progress of their case, from start to finish. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

In California, most personal injury lawsuit must be filed within two years from the date of injury or date of discovery. There are some exceptions to this rule – for example, some cases must be filed in as little as 6 months. It’s best to call us at 818-251-8787 as soon as possible after your accident to discuss your specific case, so that your claim or lawsuit is filed on time.Missing the deadline can bar you from seeking compensation for your injuries.

In California, most personal injury lawsuit must be filed within two years from the date of injury or date of discovery. There are some exceptions to this rule – for example, some cases must be filed in as little as 6 months. It’s best to call us at 818-251-8787 as soon as possible after your accident to discuss your specific case, so that your claim or lawsuit is filed on time.Missing the deadline can bar you from seeking compensation for your injuries.

A claim or lawsuit’s worth is contingent on many factors, so it is not possible for an attorney to provide you with an exact figure. (Anyone who does should not be trusted…). However, it may be possible to estimate the worth of your claim or lawsuit based on the following factors: the severity of your injuries, the circumstances of the accidents, the liable parties, and the limits of their insurance policy.

Your compensation is contingent on the strength of the evidence that supports your claim. This includes proper documentation for medical treatment, loss of income, property loss, pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment, loss of consortium and more. Here at Avalon Law, you can count on a skilled attorney to maximize the worth of your case through thorough investigation. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

A claim or lawsuit’s worth is contingent on many factors, so it is not possible for an attorney to provide you with an exact figure. (Anyone who does should not be trusted…). However, it may be possible to estimate the worth of your claim or lawsuit based on the following factors: the severity of your injuries, the circumstances of the accidents, the liable parties, and the limits of their insurance policy.

Your compensation is contingent on the strength of the evidence that supports your claim. This includes proper documentation for medical treatment, loss of income, property loss, pain and suffering, emotional distress, loss of enjoyment, loss of consortium and more. Here at Avalon Law, you can count on a skilled attorney to maximize the worth of your case through thorough investigation. Call us today at 818-251-8787 to discuss your specific case.

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