Beverly Hills Lawyers and Associates Tel: 818.353.1198
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Beverly Hills, CA 90212
T: 818.353.1198
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• Association of Trial Lawyers
• Beverly Hills Bar Association
• Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
• Los Angeles County Bar Association
• West Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

Beverly Hills Lawyer and Associates also Assists in Personal Injury.

If you or someone you love has suffered personal injuries, you deserve to know your legal rights. At BHLA our helpful, professional attorneys offer all potential clients a free, no obligation case review. One of our helpful, professional attorneys will review your case and discuss your legal options with you.

At BHLA, you will receive personal attention from our team of experienced accident lawyers. You will always be able to rely on your attorney for availability, responsiveness and courtesy in every aspect of your case. Your attorney will work with you to get you the best possible outcome in your case. When you need an attorney who understands your needs and those of your family, you can count on BHLA to protect your rights and further your best interests.

To schedule your free and confidential consultation, call us anytime at: 310-552-2490. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are also available. An attorney can meet with you at our office location or arrange to meet you at your home or hospital, or any other convenient location.

Auto Accidents

Truck Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Dog Bites

Premises Liability

Defective Products

Wrongful Death

Brain & Spinal Injuries

Burn Injuries

Nursing Home Abuse

Police Misconduct

Personal injury litigation is the act of suing a party to get compensation for the costs of a personal injury. These costs can be concrete, such as costs of medical bills resulting from the injury, or more abstract, such as the costs of pain and suffering. Plaintiffs generally rely on a personal injury lawyer in pursuing this kind of litigation.

Traditional forms of this type of litigation include suing an individual, where the case is composed of one person’s complaint against another, and suing a business or corporate party. There are also individual personal injury suits, where a personal injury litigator represents one family or household against a defendant, and mass personal injury suits. A common example of a mass personal injury suit is when a company’s product injures or sickens a large number of customers.

In today’s world, a lot of personal injury litigation is directed against insurance companies. This new kind of personal injury case law focuses on how to get compensation from an insurance carrier that covers certain types of situations. For example, either a pedestrian or a driver can pursue compensation from an insurer where an at fault driver is a policy holder.

Another common form is in the area of medical malpractice. This type of medical litigation includes suing for conditions of neglect in a hospital or health care setting, mistakes made in surgery, incorrect diagnosis or medication, and other errors on the part of trained medical staff. Independent financial groups are keeping an eye on how large amounts of medical malpractice litigation are affecting health care in various financial systems.

In response to concerns about how personal injury litigation affects some areas of the free market, government officials and economic experts are looking at options for what many call “tort reform” in limiting this type of litigation to provide more support for medical workers, and to ease the costs of insuring individuals against some kinds of injury. The massive costs of personal injury litigation can present a problem in a financial system where nobody is willing to shoulder the burden of paying for the eventual compensation that personal injury litigators seek for their clients. Looking at how insurance companies sometimes handle personal injury claims and personal injury litigation shows what kinds of problems can arise when victims of personal injury are denied access to compensation.

Like much else in the legal system, personal injury litigation is governed by legislation at both the federal and state levels. Public officials continue to talk about charting a course for tort reform that will promote economic growth. Professionals in medicine, law, and other sectors are paying attention to what personal injury litigation could look like in the future.

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