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It is always our pleasure to answer your legal questions about your specific personal injury situation. We are available 24 hours a day because we know time is of the essence. We are not only experienced, we also deeply care about each of our injured customers and their loved ones.

Although your insurance company will probably offer you some money that will help cover initial costs, it is usually a very small amount that will be nowhere near enough to cover the lasting damages and medical costs that a personal injury can cause. When you contact an experienced personal injury attorney and they accept your case, you are pretty much guaranteed to get more money assuming you win because you are now able to pursue compensation for things beyond the immediate costs you are facing, such as pain and suffering, lost wages, the loss of future earning potential, future estimated medical costs, etc.

In Kuvara Law Firm’s over 40 year history as a premier law firm in California, we have handled over 20,000 personal injury cases, resulting in awards over millions of dollars in awards for our clients.

There are no upfront costs for you, the client, as Kuvara Law Firm will advance all reasonable case costs. Our attorney’s fees are consistent with the industry standard, and are paid when your case is positively resolved. To further discuss this, please contact us for a free consultation at 1-800-4-INJURY.

Negligence is the pillar that personal injury lawsuits build their cases upon. Stated simply, negligence is an action or inaction that results in an injury to another person. Negligence is failing to use reasonable care. To prove that the other party is responsible for your injury, you first must prove that they are guilty of negligence. There are four parts to proving that the defendant was negligent:


  1. They must have had a duty to use reasonable care.
  2. The defendant failed to fulfill their duty.
  3. It must be proved that the damages caused were something that the defendant could have foreseen and prevented.

There must be actual damages that were caused by the negligence of the defendant. A lawsuit cannot be made purely off of an individual not exercising care if no actual accident occurred.

If the other party’s insurance company is willing to try and settle with you, it is advantageous to at least try to negotiate with them. In many cases you can get just as much money settling a case as you can when actually going to court, the difference is that when you go to court, there is a chance that you can lose. The other party is usually willing to pay up to a certain point to try to avoid going to court, and we try to take advantage of this whenever we can. When we have to take a case to court, it can take a lot longer for the process to complete and get you your money. If we can settle your case, you get compensation quite quickly.

Learn more by visiting the page “The pros and cons of settling a case”.

Kuvara Law Firm was established in 1971. We benefit from an outstanding reputation not only with our valued clients but also our industry peers.

In the unlikely event that you don’t win your case, Kuvara Law Firm does not pursue any form of payment for our time and out-of pocket expenses and council from you, so contacting and working with us is at no risk to you. Our winning track record speaks to fact that there is a lot to gain by working with us. Contact us today for a free consultation to find out more.

There are two types of damages that you might be awarded for in a personal injury case. The first is compensatory damages, which are damages meant to help you reach the state you were in before you were injured, such as compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, vehicle repair, and so on.

There is no way to assess how much your case is worth ahead of time, and there are many factors that can affect the outcome, such as how extensive the injuries and how long it will take for recovery, whether or not your injury is projected to fully recover, whether or not you had a preexisting medical condition in the injured area, and whether or not your injury might partially be your fault or not, among many other factors can contribute to how much or how little you can win for your case.

Yes, although they are much rarer cases. Intentional wrongdoings that cause an injury are definitely grounds for a personal injury lawsuit. The other type of case is called Strict Liability, which holds companies responsible for injuries caused by defective or unreasonably dangerous merchandise when being used as intended by the manufacturer. Strict Liability cases, like all personal injury cases, can be quite complicated. If you were injured by a product that you believe to be defective, you should speak to a personal injury attorney in San Rafael today to see if you have a case.

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In most cases, you have two years from the date of your injury to file a personal injury lawsuit in California. If the injury is not discovered immediately, you have one year from the date you realize you’ve been hurt. 

You should hire a brain injury lawyer as soon as possible to hold the at-fault party accountable and recover the fair amount that you or your loved one deserve. In this way, your TBI lawyer will have enough time to investigate your accident, secure evidence to support your claim, negotiate a settlement with the at-fault party’s insurer, or file a lawsuit. Our traumatic brain injury attorneys have a strong track record in and out of the courtroom and will advocate for you from the moment you retain us until your case concludes.

n order to determine the type of award you could receive for your brain injury, we would first need to review your case. Then your head injury lawyer would be able to accurately assess its potential value. Damages typically cover losses like:

  • Expenses for emergency care, doctor’s visits, surgeries, medications, and other brain injury treatments;
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other types of therapy or rehabilitation bills;
  • The wages and benefits you lose due to a brain injury; and
  • Non-economic damages related to brain injury include pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of quality of life.

When a traumatic brain injury occurs as a result of reckless behavior, another person or organization may be liable for your injuries. You can seek compensation through an insurance claim or a lawsuit. A brain injury often leaves victims in a state of permanent care, changing their lives forever. In such cases, compensation can be substantial.

By their very nature, brain injuries are catastrophic. The simplest skull injury can have devastating consequences. The effects of severe brain trauma may be irreversible or even fatal. However, the insurance company handling your personal injury claim will almost certainly try to avoid paying the compensation you deserve. These companies are like any other business in that they value profitability above all else, and if you attempt to handle your case alone, you’ll almost certainly end up with a lot less money than you need to cope with life after a TBI.

A traumatic brain injury caused by someone else’s wrongful conduct requires experienced brain injury lawyers. An Oakland head injury lawyer at the Kuvara Law Firm will use their experience, medical knowledge, and negotiation skills to obtain a settlement that covers your last losses and anticipated future ones. If necessary, we will take your case to court. We have achieved outstanding results for clients who have suffered paralysis or brain damage due to traumatic accidents.

To learn more or to schedule a free consultation, call us today at 1-8000-4-injury or fill out our contact form