Auto & Car Accident Injury Attorney Serving Montclair
Involved in an Automobile or Car Accident in or around Montclair? We Can Help.
San Bernardino County and Montclair car accident deaths and injuries are on the rise, according to recent data. While many deaths and serious injuries can be attributed to drug and alcohol use, many more are simply accidents. Though even the most careful drivers can find themselves susceptible to live-changing accidents, when accidents happen, it can be reassuring to understand what your legal rights are as a victim of a car accident. In most cases, even if the accident was partially your fault, you may, nonetheless, be entitled to compensation. Regardless of the cause, if serious injury has occurred, a Montclair personal injury attorney can fight and protect your rights as a victim.
Justin H. King – Fights for Victims of Serious Auto/Car Accident Injuries in Montclair
At The Law Offices of Justin H. King, we understand the serious consequences that a car accident can have on your life, family, and future. Our experienced car accident injury attorneys work hard to ensure that your legal rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you are entitled to for your injuries. We are experienced in negotiating settlements with opposing counsel, and insurance companies, and will strive to obtain the best possible result for you, regardless of the severity of your injuries.
No Obligation, Always Confidential Consultation for Victims of Car Accidents in Montclair
If you or someone you know has recently been involved in an automobile accident we are here to help. Our no obligation and confidential case evaluation provides important details about your rights and responsibilities after an accident. Use our case evaluation form here to get in touch and learn what you need to know now. Automobile accident cases are time sensitive so understanding your rights sooner may make all the difference.
In addition to auto and car accidents claims, Justin H. King also represents victims of wrongful death and serious dog bite injuries. You can learn more about all our practice areas here.
When Serious Injury Occurs
Death is not the only catastrophic outcome from an accident. Catastrophic injuries have a lasting effect on your physical, emotional, and financial well-being. Depending on the nature of the injuries, catastrophic accidents may leave their victims paralyzed, immobile, or in need of around-the-clock care for a long-term period– sometimes for the duration of the victim’s life. The victim may no longer be able to work, provide for their families, perform daily tasks, or enjoy life the way they did before. While this is a devastating outcome, having the financial means to sustain care for serious injuries is nearly impossible for many families, even with the aid of insurance. If you have been catastrophically injured, you may need additional monetary support to sustain your life and daily activities. A successful lawsuit may provide pain and suffering damages, as well as monetary payments of past medical bills, future medical bills, and future personal care. The compensation you are entitled to depends on the nature of the accident, injury, and the longevity of the injuries that were sustained.
When Death Occurs
According to the National Safety Council, odds of death resulting from a motor vehicle accident is 112:1. Compare this to death resulting from heart disease and cancer, the primary causes of death in the United States (1:7). If you or a loved one dies as a result of a car accident, there are innumerable considerations. Beyond losing someone you love, their affection, and their company, you may be faced with substantial medical bills, funeral expenses, and end-of-life treatments. The decedent may have been the breadwinner for your family, leaving you in dire financial circumstances all while coping with a great loss. The last thing you want to think about at a time like this is money. Let an experienced personal injury law firm advocate on your family member’s behalf to ensure that you get the compensation you deserve for the loss of your loved one to ensure that your financial status is one less concern.