Riverside Personal Injury Attorney
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Should you hire a Riverside personal injury lawyer? If you were hit by a drunk driver, attacked by a neighbor’s unleashed dog, or diagnosed with a respiratory disease caused by your working conditions, you may be entitled to compensation. At Ryneal & Ryneal, a Law Corporation, our Riverside injury attorneys have handled personal injury claims like the above and more for over four decades. Our legal team is aggressive, efficient, and accessible. We never leave clients in the dark about their cases and are always available to provide legal guidance and representation until you receive the compensation you deserve.
Ryneal & Ryneal handles virtually every type of serious personal injury and wrongful death case, including automobile and motorcycle accidents, defective product cases, construction accidents, landowner liability cases like slip and falls, premises liability claims, dog bite incidents, and all other serious injury cases.
If you seek experienced and dedicated legal counsel for your personal injury claim, we are here for you. Reach out to us any time for a free, no-obligation consultation with an attorney.
We can help. Call (951) 382-5454 now to schedule your free consultation with an attorney.
If you are involved in any kind of an accident in which you are injured, and it appears to be the fault of another party, there are certain important things you should know about your legal rights.
First, California law imposes certain deadlines to bring your claim following an accident which are called statutes of limitations. Under these laws, you must have either settled your injury claim with the other responsible party or his insurance company or have filed a lawsuit in court against the other party within these time periods. Your failure to strictly comply with these statutes of limitations will in most cases result in your claim being legally barred, and you will forever lose any rights you may have had to any monetary compensation.
Second, it is important that you contact an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases as soon as possible after your accident so that you can learn what your rights are, and thus be more fully informed as to how good your case may be given the facts of your particular accident, and what kinds of monetary damages you may be entitled to.
These damages would normally include compensation for your injuries, such as:
- Compensation for past and future medical bills
- Loss of earnings from your job if you had to take time off work
- Pain and suffering you endured as a result of the accident and injuries
- Any property damage, provided these damages were caused by the accident
In many cases, the liability of the other party may be disputed by them and their insurance company, and their insurance company may therefore outright deny your claim.
In cases where the other insurance company has either denied your claim completely or is claiming that you were partially at fault for the accident, it is especially critical for you to contact an attorney specializing in personal injury cases as soon as possible. Our investigators can then interview any independent witnesses, photograph the accident scene, and investigate and preserve any other important evidence that may support your claim that the other party is at fault for the accident.
Finally, almost all attorneys who specialize in personal injury handle cases on a contingency fee basis. This simply means that you do not pay any attorney fees at all unless and until your attorney obtains a monetary recovery for you either by way of settlement or trial. If your attorney is unsuccessful, then you owe them absolutely nothing for the time they spent on your case.
As you can see, it’s extremely important to have an experienced personal injury attorney properly evaluate the liability aspects of your case, including your potential damages, as soon as possible after the accident in order to properly advise you of your rights under the law. Even if you only want an initial consultation for advice about your rights, and don’t want to hire a lawyer right now, there is absolutely no charge or obligation to you for that initial consultation—it’s completely free.