If someone else’s negligence caused an accident that left you injured, you are now bearing unexpected mental, physical, and financial burdens. Hold the responsible parties accountable for their actions by pursing legal action.
Klein DeNatale Goldner can help you file a personal injury claim and seek the compensation you deserve. Our San Diego office proudly offers personal injury representation for the victims of serious accidents and their families.
Types of Injury Cases We Handle
No matter how many precautions we take in life, we can never fully eliminate the risk that others’ negligence poses. In the wake of a severe accident, you need competent and reliable legal representation.
Since our firm was founded in 1953, we have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured clients. Our San Diego personal injury lawyers are passionate about fighting for justice and recovering the maximum compensation.
We frequently handle personal injury cases involving:
- Bicycle Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Exploding E-cigarette Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Premises Liability
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Claim in California?
Every state has a time limit of how long an injury victim has to file a claim before they lose their right to compensation, called the statute of limitations. California has a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury claims.
This means you have two years from the date of your accident to file a claim. If, however, you are filing a claim against a government employee or entity your have only six months from the date of injury to file a claim.
What Damages Are Recoverable in Personal Injury Cases?
After suffering a severe injury, you are left to deal with the aftermath. Don’t face it alone – put Klein DeNatale Goldner on your side. Our San Diego personal injury attorneys are ready to build a strong claim on your behalf so that you can focus on recovery.
Recoverable damages in a personal injury case may include:
- Present and future medical expenses
- Any required medical devices and lifestyle changes resulting from the injury
- Lost wages
- Future lost earning potential
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Loss of companionship, in the case of a wrongful death