Premier California Car Accident Attorneys
At E&L, LLP, our auto accident lawyers work tirelessly to produce positive results for our clients, so they can resume the quality of life they enjoyed before their collision.
Our senior car accident attorneys have been nominated as Super Lawyers Rising Stars, an acknowledgment that is received by the top 2.5% of attorneys that means 97.5% of other Southern California attorneys do not qualify.
That means we know what it takes to win, and we will not settle for second best when it comes to our Los Angeles County residents’ accident recovery needs.
Our California car accident lawyers will get to work on your qualifying case immediately, which is why we ask you to get in touch with the team at E&L, LLP, as soon as you have been injured. We can negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf to ensure you get the money you deserve. If the insurance company is unwilling to offer a reasonable settlement, we will not hesitate to take your case to trial.
Our Car Accident Attorneys Pursue Maximum Financial Recovery Solutions
It is vital that you speak to a car accident lawyer before discussing your case with the other party’s insurance company. Their only goal is to settle your claim as quickly as possible, and for as little, as they can get you to agree on.
Without a car accident attorney by your side, it can be hard to tell just how much money you are entitled to for your injuries and losses.
Our auto accident attorneys will fully assess your injuries and complete financial recovery requirements after you have been hurt in a traffic collision caused by a negligent driver.
Including car crashes caused by:
- Defective Auto Parts
- Defective Highway Design and Dangerous Roads
- Distracted Driving
- Driving Under the Influence
- Failing to Obey Traffic Signs and Signals
- Head-on Collisions
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Inexperienced Driving
- Read-End Crashes
- Road Rage Accidents
- Speeding and Reckless Driving
- Uber & Lyft Accidents
- Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists
- Wrong-Way Driving Accidents
Recovering after an accident is challenging in many ways. Among the physical and emotional challenges, there can also be significant financial issues. Current medical costs, future rehabilitation costs, car repairs, and income loss from days out of work it all adds up. And if your car accident injuries were caused by a negligent driver, you should not have to pay for those expenses out of pocket.
What Type of Financial Recovery May do I Pursue After a Car Accident in California?
Through a lawsuit, you may be able to recover compensation for more than just your car damage, but the insurance company is not going to make it easy for you.
Without a car accident lawyer by your side, the negligent driver’s insurance company is going to put up a fight, beginning with delaying, undervaluing, or outright denying your claim.
At E&L, LLP, our auto accident attorneys will aggressively pursue the financial compensation you may be entitled to for the following expenses:
- Medical Bills: Including past, current, and future medical expenses
- Lost Wages: You may be able to recover compensation for the income you lost during your recovery and/or will lose as a result of being unable to return to the same job
- Out of Pocket Expenses: Transportation costs, rental car expenses, prescriptions, and medical devices
- Pain and Suffering
- Reduction in Quality/Enjoyment of Life
- Loss of Sexual Relations/Consortium
- Punitive Damages
Working with experienced car accident attorneys is one of the best ways to pursue a lawsuit against the negligent party that will put you in the best position to secure the maximum compensation possible.
At E&L, LLP, our committed auto accident lawyers in Beverly Hills have experience handling all types of cases and will effectively outline your case to pursue the best outcome available for your unique injuries and collision circumstances.
What Should I Do if the Insurance Company Calls Me After I Am Hurt in a Car Accident?
You should never speak directly with an agent from the other driver’s insurance company.
Contact our experienced car accident attorneys first. If your case is eligible for representation, we will handle all communication with the insurance company, so you never have to worry about the integrity of your case being compromised by speaking with them directly.
What if the At-Fault Driver Who Caused My Car Accident Was Uninsured?
It is unfortunately very common in California to run across drivers that do not have insurance on themselves or their vehicles. If the driver who hit you is uninsured, there are still other avenues our firm can investigate to recover the compensation you deserve.
What if I Was Partially At-Fault for a Car Accident? Can I Still Pursue Financial Recovery for My Injuries?
California has comparative negligence laws that may allow you to recover the damages you are owed, even if you were partially at fault for the collision.
The court will determine what percentage of the fault you are liable for, and then deduct that amount from the total compensation.
Our car accident attorneys at E&L, LLP, are experienced in dealing with insurance companies, so you can know that the at-fault party’s insurance company, and even your own insurance company, will not take advantage of you.
Can Property Owners Pursue Financial Recovery After Being Affected by a Car Accident ?
When collisions occur, there is a chance that businesses or homeowners can be injured or have their property damaged during the collision.
Our car accident attorneys at E&L, LLP are available to help with these specific cases by identifying the at-fault parties to help you seek justice. Depending on the case, it may be the driver of the vehicle or another party who is responsible.
If a vehicle part was defective, an auto manufacturer may be liable. If a defective roadway or traffic sign was to blame, the county or city government responsible for the roadway may be held accountable. We thoroughly investigate every case we take on.
How Long Do I Have to File a Car Accident Claim in California?
The California statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits is two years from the date the injury occurred. If the statute of limitations expires it may not be possible for you to file a lawsuit at all.
Contact Our Experienced Auto Accident Attorneys at E&L, LLP Today for a Free Consultation
If you have been hurt in a car accident, you do not have to face the negligent driver or their insurance company alone.
Contact our skilled Personal Injury Attorneys today to discuss your injuries, your financial recovery needs, and your rights and options to pursue the outcome you are entitled to during a free consultation today by calling (213) 213-0000. If we do not win your case, you do not pay accident attorney fees.
You don’t pay until we win! That’s our guarantee.