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Aug 16

At the Time of a Fall, Does an Accident Report Have to be Filed?

Posted by: Personal Injury Attorney  

If you or a loved one has recently been injured, you do not need to take on the legal system, lawyers, or insurance companies on your own.  Farhad Hamdam, Los Angeles slip and fall attorney, has worked with a number of victims throughout the years, carefully guiding them through these complicated legal battles so that they can be awarded the compensation that they need to move on with their life.  All those that have recently been injured due to a fall should understand the basic laws surrounding these cases and the steps that must be taken immediately after their accident.


The state of California maintains a statute of limitations for all civil cases, including those that involve personal injuries.  For the typical personal injury case, the victim has two years from the date of the accident to file for a civil trial.  For government organizations, medical malpractice, or victims that are minors, this statute of limitations will vary slightly.

While two years does seem like ample time to file for a lawsuit, all victims should begin the process of creating a case as quickly as possible.  This will give our PI attorney in Los Angeles the best chance at collecting the evidence and facts that will be required to get you the compensation that you are legally entitled to.

When medical expenses and other bills begin to pile up after a personal injury, it is time to make a call to the Law Office of Hamdam and Associates to begin the process of protecting one’s health and their future.