A California Personal Injury Claim is Based on Wrongdoing and Those Standards are no Different for Victims in Ontario.
To call the incident that caused your injury an accident is a misnomer. The accident that injured you could be classified legally as a personal injury. A personal injury is defined in California as an accident caused by someone else’s wrongdoing. The wrongdoing is the basis, or foundation, of your personal injury claim. The person or company that caused your accident may have been doing something that fits into the following categories: Negligence, Defective or dangerous product and or Intentional acts.
Ontario, CA is well known not only in the Inland Empire, but also throughout Southern California. It is the home of many major industries, countless national retail chains, some of the largest shopping malls in the Country, and even an international airport. The city is great for logistics, warehouse distribution and trade since it is located between some of the largest and most traveled freeways and interstates in the United States.
Despite the growing economic status of Ontario, CA, serious accidents and injuries are still lurking and can change a victims life in an instant. Warehouses, large manufacturing and industry give way to potential workplace related accidents, while the busy trucking routes offer possibility of major auto and trucking accidents. Ontario also hosts some large medical facilities which could lay stage to any number of medical negligence mishaps.
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