Escondido Personal Injury Lawyers

Personal injury law deals with bringing the negligence of others to light. When someone else’s misconduct, negligence, or intentional malicious act injures another person, the victim has the right to seek compensation. Financial recovery is the least a victim deserves after suffering a serious personal injury. Contacting a lawyer about your Escondido personal injury case can maximize your odds of success.

Injured in Escondido, California? Contact the Liljegren Law Group for help. We can explain your rights after a personal injury accident and help you and your family through this difficult time. From finding the right doctor to treat your injuries, to filing a lawsuit against the proper party within the state’s two-year deadline, your lawyer will take care of everything on your behalf. Our lawyers have the experience and commitment to justice you need for a strong case.

Can We Help Your Case?

The Liljegren Law Group serves San Diego County in many ways. Our lawyers have experience with multiple practice areas, including family and criminal defense law. Personal injury law, however, is where we have the most extensive experience. We are up-to-date on the latest California personal injury laws that may affect your case. Our Escondido lawyers are currently accepting the following types of cases, among others:

Auto accidents. More than 1,300 people sustained injuries or died in Escondido auto accidents in 2015. Human error caused most of these collisions. Drunk, speeding, distracted, and negligent drivers can crash into other drivers and pedestrians and cause serious injuries. Using a lawyer to represent your case can lead to better compensation than you could obtain alone.

Motorcycle accidents. If you have a head or brain injury, broken bone, serious road rash, spine injury, or internal organ damage from an Escondido motorcycle accident, our lawyers can help. We aid injured crash victims in the civil lawsuit process, fighting to obtain fair and full results. We’ll combat negative stereotypes against motorcyclists on your behalf and get more for your claim.

Premises liability accidents. Our lawyers have extensive experience handling slip and fall claims, dog bite injuries, swimming pool accidents, and other types of premises liability cases in San Diego County. We know how to prove property owner negligence when an owner should have reasonably prevented the accident with proper control and maintenance of the premises.

Elder abuse. Elder abuse and neglect can heavily impact your loved one’s physical and mental well-being. If you believe an Escondido nursing home is negligently or intentionally harming your senior citizens family member, contact us. We’ll investigate the home for signs of physical, mental, financial, and sexual abuse. If we believe you have a case against an individual or facility, we’ll file the claim on your behalf.

Wrongful death. California residents have the power to file wrongful death claims in pursuit of damages to their deceased loved ones and surviving family members if the death arose from someone else's negligence or misconduct. If you lost a loved one in a car accident, workplace incident, violent attack, or other unexpected circumstances, contact us. You may be eligible for compensation.

Our firm accepts a wide variety of personal injury cases, not just those listed here. If you’re curious about whether we can help you and your family, call (619) 460-0109 to discuss your case with a lawyer. Initial case evaluations are free and confidential. We have successfully resolved hundreds of cases in the past, and can bring our unique legal experience to your personal injury claim.

Personal Injury Laws to Know

When you work with our law firm, you don’t have to worry about knowing or navigating all the state and municipal laws that may apply to your case. However, we know it can give you peace of mind to know at least the basic California personal injury laws. The more you know about the law, the more confident you can feel in your injury claim. First, pay attention to the deadline for filing. California has a statute of limitations of two years from the date of your accident. If you fail to file your injury claim within this deadline, you most likely lose your right to file.

If you've been in an auto accident in Escondido, the state's at-fault insurance laws state that you will seek recovery through the at-fault party's insurance company. This contrasts with no-fault states, in which drivers file claims with their own insurance companies regardless of fault. California is also a comparative negligence state. This means that in any personal injury claim, a partially at-fault claimant may still qualify for compensation. You could still receive a portion of a settlement or judgment even if you contributed to your accident.

Request a Free Case Evaluation in Escondido

Learn more about the law and your specific case during a free evaluation at our local law firm. We invite you to submit a query online with details about your recent accident and injuries. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible to discuss your case for free.