PERSONAL INJURY FAQS
Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
FAQs : Injured in an accident? You have questions; we have answers. The personal injury attorneys at Guy Levy Law understand how difficult it can be to navigate your case alone. So, we work with you one-on-one to take care of all the legal details so you can recover the compensation you deserve.
Below are answers to our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on personal injury. For more personalized counsel, call our San Diego office at 619-821-9242 for a free initial consultation. We’re here to help.
How much is my case worth?
Every case is unique and depends on the precise details of your accident. While we can’t promise a specific result, we can promise that we will fight for maximum, full and fair compensation for your medical treatment, lost wages, damaged property, lost future income, disabilities, pain and suffering, and every other damage and loss you may legally be entitled to.
What should I do after I'm injured in a car accident?
- Be sure to take pictures of the accident scene and all vehicles involved. Also collect information about the drivers, witnesses and insurance companies at the scene.
- Always seek medical attention as soon as possible.
- If the accident is serious, call the police immediately.
Who can file a wrongful death claim in California?
California limits who is able to file a wrongful death claim after the loss of a loved one. This is usually a surviving spouse, domestic partner or children of the decedent. To determine if you are legally allowed to make a claim, call our office for a free consultation.
What should I do if I'm injured on the job?
Always seek medical treatment if the injury is serious — and alert your supervisor, manager or the Human Resources department as soon as possible. You are required to notify your employer after an injury, so don’t delay any longer than necessary. By law, your employer must complete a DWC 1 form and provide you with a copy as soon as s/he learns of your injury. You are free to consult with a workers’ compensation attorney as early as possible in this process.
What if I can't afford a personal injury lawyer?
You probably can! Our services are available to accident victims on a contingency fee basis — this means that you don’t pay us upfront and you don’t owe us a penny unless and until we secure you compensation for your injuries. We offer free initial consultations.