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CONTACT A PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY AT THE PARHAMI LAW GROUP IN ENCINO, CA
Getting injured in a car accident is devastating. Suddenly you're unable to work, your medical bills are piling up, and you want someone to take responsibility. Parhami Law Group is here for you. Attorney Parhami is an automobile and motorcycle accident attorney in Encino, California.
He'll gather all of the evidence to build a solid case, so you can get back on your feet. Consult Parhami Law Group today. Call (818) 205-2445 to schedule a free consultation. Learn more about attorney Parhami's frequently asked questions about personal injury cases.
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If you need compensation for medical bills or lost wages after an injury, retain an experienced personal injury lawyer. Parhami Law Group handles personal injury cases in Encino, California that involve:
Attorney Parhami will examine your case from every angle to decide on the best course of action. Call Parhami Law Group now to schedule a meeting with an auto accident attorney in Encino, California.
FAQ | Personal Injury
The greater the vehicle damage, the greater the value of the claim usually. Remember, not all damages can be seen from the outside. A vehicle can still be declared a total loss, even when the exterior of the vehicle may not reflect that.
A permanent injury adds more value to the personal injury case. Examples of a permanent injury include scar, stiffness, weakness, or loss of mobility, even after completion of treatment.
A longer recovery period adds more value to the personal injury case because it shows that the extent of the injuries was greater, thus resulting in a longer recovery period.
Hard injuries are more valuable to the case than soft tissue injuries.
Examples of hard injuries include head injuries, wounds, broken bones, joint injuries, vertebrae injuries, nerve damage, etc.
Examples of a soft tissue injury include sprain, strain, bruise, etc.
Long Term vs. Short Term Medical Treatment: A longer medical treatment period adds more value to a personal injury case.
Consistent vs. Inconsistent Medical Treatment: Consistent injury treatment adds value to personal injury cases. Inconsistent injury treatment, such as few visits to the doctor or gaps in medical treatment, take away value from the case. It's important that clients are consistent with the medical treatment and attend all scheduled appointments.
Doctors vs. Non-M.D. Providers: Medical treatment by a medical doctor usually increases the value of personal injury case, as opposed to treatment by a non-M.D. provider.
Injuries often go beyond what can be physically seen - that's why emotional distress that results from the personal injury adds value to your personal injury case. Emotional distress shows how much an accident affected the client. Emotional distress includes depression, loss of interest, anxiety, loss of feeling of safety or well-being, trouble sleeping, PTSD, etc.
Daily life disruptions include missed work, school, or training. Canceling a special event, having to postpone a planned vacation, rescheduling, or delaying recreational activities all fall under daily life disruptions.
No-shared fault, meaning that the defendant's negligence is the sole person responsible for the accident, will get you the greatest compensation. If a client shares fault, meaning the client is partly responsible for the accident, it will decrease the settlement value of the case.
Loss of income is recoverable based on proof.