How Long Can You Wait For Fair Compensation?
You have bills that need to be paid now. Do you want to wait months or even years of litigation to get the money you need to pay them? Do you want to endure the harassing calls of debt collectors? Do you want to be pushed to the verge of bankruptcy?
Or do you want fair compensation now?
At the Kuvara Law Firm, our lawyers are committed to getting fair compensation fast. If you look at our record, you will see that we tend to recover settlements far faster than our competitors, without sacrificing dollars. We consistently get fair settlements from insurance companies without the need for stressful and lengthy litigation and trials.
The Myth Of Personal Injury Litigation
Some law firms would have you believe that drawn-out litigation is necessary in order to receive full compensation in a personal injury claim, and that patience is a critical ingredient in these cases. But patience does not pay your bills.
The truth is that claims can be settled fairly in the pre-litigation stage, and we have proven this time and time again.
You may find this difficult to believe, particularly if you have already started dealing with the insurance company. Lost paperwork, lack of responses and outright denials are common. If you did get offered a settlement, you likely saw that it was far lower than your case is worth. With the insurance company working so hard to avoid or minimize payment, how is it possible to get the money you deserve without going through litigation?
Here’s how it is possible: We get to work immediately and do not stop until we are done. We rely on sophisticated technology and negotiation skills honed over the course of more than four decades. We draw from vast knowledge of the law, and an insider’s perspective on the insurance industry, thanks to our founding attorney’s background as an insurance adjuster. We present a clear case to our opponent, and we get meaningful results.
Of course, we are also prepared for those instances when litigation is absolutely necessary. We can and will go to court to do what is right for you.
Meaningful Results In A Wide Range Of Personal Injury Claims
Headquartered in San Rafael with law offices throughout Northern California, we handle the following types of personal injury claims statewide:
- Car wrecks, including truck and motorcycle accidents
- Plane crashes
- Boat crashes
- Train crashes
- Property owner negligence, including dog bites
- Defective products, including defective autos
- Medical negligence
- Work accidents
No case is too big or too small. We frequently handle claims involving brain injuries, neck injuries, back injuries, loss of limb injuries, broken bones and more. We also stand up for family members who have lost loved ones in fatal accidents.
How do I prove that someone was to blame for my injury?
In order to prove negligence, you must make sure that all of the elements are true. These elements are vital to ensure that your case will be successful in court.
In order for a claim to be successful, it must be shown that the person or business that is being blamed for the injury had some type of duty that needed to be fulfilled.
Breach of duty
It must also be shown that this duty that needed to be fulfilled towards you was breached. A duty can be breached if the defendant fails to exercise the reasonable amount of care that was needed in the situation.
Cause in fact
Typically, you must also prove that specifically because of this duty being breached, the accident was caused.
Proximate cause is whether the defendant could have foreseen the outcome of his or her negligence beforehand. If the accident was out of scope, they have a lesser degree of responsibility for the negligence.
You must prove that damages in the form of physical pain or suffering were caused as a result of the incident. If all of these elements can be satisfied, it is likely that a negligence claim will be successful.
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We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency basis, which means we only ask for payment if we are successful in getting you compensation.