Personal Injury Attorney Representing Those Who Have Been Seriously Injured
Need to Protect Your Legal Rights After an Accident? Maybe the responsible party’s car insurance company is pressuring you to settle for less than you think you should. It could be that you or your loved one was injured in an accident and you simply do not know what to do next. Now is time to find an experienced personal injury attorney that represents injury victims in the Inland Empire who can help you.
Justin King is recognized as one of the preeminent personal injury litigation attorneys in the Inland Empire. Justin has built his reputation, one case at a time, by vigorously and compassionately representing injury victims against insurance companies and Justin has achieved numerous six and seven figure results for his clients.
Justin has an AV Preeminent Peer Review rating from Martindale-Hubbell which is the highest rating a lawyer can receive for legal ability and ethical standards and is reserved for just 8 percent of lawyers nationwide. In 2015, Justin was named by the National Trial Lawyers to its list of Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Lawyers and in 2016 the National Trial Lawyers named Justin to their list of Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers. In 2017, Justin was named a Southern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine and as a Top Attorney in Southern California (Rising Star) by Los Angeles Magazine. Learn more about Justin H. King here.
Wow, what more can I say about Justin King other than I am so thankful that I met him!
Justin King is not just a lawyer, he is someone that you can trust. When I first found out that I needed a lawyer for my case, I was a bit weary and quite frankly didn't know where to start. That all changed when I sat down and began talking to Justin. He didn't just glaze over my case, throw a heap of knowledge at me and tell me sign the dotted line. Justin went through every step and explained to me everything that he was doing and what exactly was that was going on. I can vividly remember Justin calling me after my strenuous appointments to see how they went, and helping me in every way possible to not only get through my case, but to help me get better. Justin went above and beyond and not only treated me with respect as a client, but as a human and a friend. I can honestly say without a shadow of a doubt that if you give this man your trust and your time he will not only help you with your case, but give you the ease of mind and heart that you are being taken care of. Thank you Justin for everything you have done, I can't thank you enough.
-Severin C., Originally posted on Yelp
I was a passenger in an extremely horrible car accident involving multiple cars and a semi-truck. I sustained the worst injuries out of all the parties involved. I hired Mr. King to represent me for the duration of my case, which was 3 years. During this time, I felt I had made the correct choice in choosing Mr. King to represent me. I would receive constant updates regarding my case. Mr. King would make personal visits to my house and he helped to assist my family in anything that they needed. I felt he went above and beyond his station. I would consider him part of my family now. My entire case was extremely arduous, but I was extremely happy with the final outcome and with everything that Mr. King did for me. I would definitely recommend Mr. King to my family and friends. His integrity, morals and ethics are something to envy.
Injury Attorney Justin H. King – Representing Victims in Rancho Cucamonga & Throughout San Bernardino County
Justin King specializes in personal injury matters, with a particular focus on cases involving catastrophic injuries. Learn more about Personal Injury Attorney Justin King.
Personal Injury Attorney Justin King was recognized by the National Trial Lawyers association in their “Top 40 Under 40”. Learn more about Attorney Justin King’s recognition.
Personal Injury Claims for Victims in Rancho Cucamonga
An accident involves an incident that causes damage to your person, property, or both. The incident may occur because of the negligence of another party, an intentional act of another party, or a defective product.
Negligence occurs when someone fails to act as a reasonable person would in the same situation. A reasonable person would have acted to avoid injuring you, but the at-fault party in your personal injury case did not. Thus, he or she is liable for your accident-related expenses and should compensate you for your: Medical expenses, Property damage, Pain and suffering and or Lost wages. If your loved one died because of the harm caused by someone else, then you could receive additional compensation like funeral and burial expenses when you file a wrongful death claim.
An intentional act can also lead to a personal injury claim. When a person intentionally harms you, either by damaging your property or physically harming you, you can fight to recover compensation. An intentional act is typically a criminal act that a person can be criminally liable for, as well. The criminal charge is a separate charge, however, and is not handled in civil court.
A defective product case involves a person sustaining an injury while using a product as it was meant to be used. That product causes injury because of a defect that could have occurred during its manufacturing or design. It could also have happened because of the manufacturing company’s failure to warn consumers of the proper way to use the product.
Personal Injury Attorney Representing a Wide Scope of Catastrophic & Serious Injury Cases
Auto & Car Accidents
Construction Site Injuries
Pedestrian vs Auto Accidents
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Serious Birth Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Bicycle vs Auto Accidents
Serious Burn Injuries
Dog & Animal Bites
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You can Settle or Pursue a Trial to Obtain Damages in California
You have two legal options to resolve your personal injury claim – trial or settlement. Going to trial means proving in court that the individual or company actually injured you. For instance, in a negligence case, you have to prove: That the defendant had a legal duty to you. This is the responsibility to protect you from harm by not causing an accident. You must prove that the defendant breached that legal duty, that the defendant caused your injuries and that you deserve damages to compensate you for your injuries.
A settlement avoids going to trial and having a jury or judge decide if you have successfully proven your case. You and the at-fault party agree to an amount of money that he or she will pay you. That payment may be a lump sum or a series of payments. In exchange for the money, you agree to give up all rights to go to trial. When deciding to settle your claim, you must be sure to get a fair settlement that covers all your past, present, and future damages. You cannot sue later on for any unpaid damages.
If you or someone you know has recently been seriously injured we are here to help. Our no obligation and confidential consultation provides important details about your rights and responsibilities after a serious accident. Use our contact form to get in touch and learn what you need to know now. Serious Injury cases are time sensitive so understanding your rights sooner may make all the difference.
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