Moreno Valley is a city of about 210,000 residents in Riverside County, California. Part of the greater Los Angeles area, Moreno Valley was incorporated in 1984 from the communities of Edgemont, Sunnymeade, and Moreno. The area saw a long period of growth after the founding of March Field in 1918, later becoming March Air Force Base. The base prompted a period of sustained growth up until its downgrading to March Air Reserve Base in 1996. At its height, the base employed over 85,000 residents.
Today, a number of businesses currently call Moreno Valley home, thanks to its demographic diversity and relatively affordable real estate. Amazon, UGG Boots, Procter & Gamble, Harbor Freight Tools, Aldi Foods, and Walgreen’s all maintain large facilities in the area. Recreational attractions include the Riverside International Raceway and Lake Perris Recreation Area.
Have you been in an accident in Moreno Valley? Was this accident caused by another party’s negligence, and did it injure you or someone you love? If so, you may be able to obtain compensation through a personal injury claim or lawsuit. Contact the attorneys at OnderLaw today for a free consultation, and we will review your accident and injury to determine if you are eligible for compensation. Call us today, and let us help you move on with your life after an injury.
Hiring an attorney can give you a distinct advantage in pursuing compensation for your injuries in several key ways. Some of the benefits of hiring OnderLaw to work on your claim are listed here.
We do the work for you. Building a claim and obtaining compensation is about more than writing a letter or standing next to you in a courtroom. It takes investigation skills and familiarity with the claims process, two things an experienced attorney can provide. If you’ve just been injured in a serious accident, you may not have the time to speak to witnesses or track down documentation to support your claim, but as your attorney, this is all we do. We will allow you to concentrate on recovering from your injury or helping your family or loved ones to do the same while we interview witnesses, gather evidence, and take the lead on negotiating with the insurance company. We take on the detail-oriented tasks, so you can get on with your life.
Get the full compensation you’re owed. An experienced lawyer can help identify losses and damages that you might overlook on your own. Compensation for injury claims is awarded for certain specific damages suffered as a result of your injury, and you must know how to define these damages to determine how much you should demand. Damages like lost wages or medical bills are easy to understand and quantify, but damages for pain and suffering or loss of consortium are far more nebulous. Our experience with previous cases can help make sure you demand the right amount of compensation for your injuries.
We are well known. It may seem silly, but reputation is a factor when dealing with claims and insurance companies. If an insurance adjuster receives a demand letter from an individual, no matter how well-written or professional, it simply doesn’t carry as much weight as a demand letter from a reputable law firm like OnderLaw . Showing the insurance company that you’ve hired an attorney by submitting a demand letter on our letterhead can give you the edge over a claimant representing themselves.
Insurance adjusters have their own rules. Dealing with insurance companies can be difficult under good conditions, but when you’re forced to deal with them after an accident and injury, it can be downright exhausting. They will do whatever they can to minimize your injuries and experience and convince you that hiring an attorney is the wrong course of action. They may ask why you’d want to share your settlement check with an attorney or tell you they just want to help when in reality, they just want to protect their bottom line and their customer from liability. A good attorney can help you see through these transparent tactics and navigate around them.
We bring objectivity to a stressful situation. Trying to do something as convoluted as filing an insurance claim while you’re recovering from a debilitating injury can feel like too much. You may be feeling angry, depressed, anxious, or frustrated at the entire ordeal, and this emotional burden can cloud your judgment and make the process even more difficult. Your attorney brings their professionalism and objectivity to the table, allowing you to deal with the mental strain while we handle the logistics.
We are on your side. As an injury claimant, you can get lost in your own circle of despair as you continually try to explain to people why you are requesting compensation and why you deserve it. With an experienced attorney, you have someone on your team who can fight for you no matter the difficulties. We’ve dealt with all kinds of claims, and we can provide the support you need to make it through this ordeal.
We won’t stop fighting. Hiring an attorney means we don’t give up on trying to obtain compensation for your injury unless a judge or jury issues a final verdict against you. We have the skills and experience to take your claim all the way through filing a lawsuit against the responsible party if necessary, and as long as we have options, we will continue to fight for you.
We handle any and all types of personal injury claims, including the following:
Vehicle accidents are commonplace on the highways surrounding Moreno Valley and come in various forms, including:
Premises liability claims can arise when you are injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault on a property managed or owned by another party. Some common claims include:
It’s an unfortunate fact that nursing home abuse is a growing problem. Here are some common types of abuse that may lead to claims:
Workers’ compensation claims occur when you’re injured in an accident at work while you’re performing your job duties. A few common types of work accidents include:
The injuries sustained in accidents in Moreno Valley are just as diverse as the claims themselves and can include the following:
Despite modern safety equipment, vehicle accidents can be very dangerous. Common injuries include:
Hazards that are not properly secured or inadequate maintenance or another person’s property can lead to the following injuries:
Nursing homes are required to provide care for those who can’t care for themselves, but injuries from nursing home abuse are common. Some nursing home injuries include the following:
Even the seemingly safest of jobs can have hazardous elements. Although we should never feel unsafe at work, some jobs require that we put ourselves in harm’s way, which can sometimes lead to the following injuries:
The amount of compensation you’re able to obtain through a claim or lawsuit depends greatly on the severity of your injury, the accident that led to it, and the circumstances surrounding the accident. The more severe your injury and its effects, the more compensation you should demand from the responsible party.
Compensation is made up of three main types of losses or damages: economic damages, non-economic damages, and punitive damages.
Economic or special damages are any losses with an actual dollar amount attached to them, such as property damage. Economic damages include the following:
Medical bills. You may be able to obtain compensation to cover any and all losses related to medical treatment for your injury. This can be hospitalization costs, emergency room visits, ambulance fees, office visits, medical devices or prosthetics, therapy, rehabilitation, or prescription drugs.
Property damage. If the accident that caused your injury also damaged your property, such as your car, computer, or cell phone, you might also be compensated for repairing or replacing this property.
Lost wages. If you’re forced to take time off work to recover from your injury or to assist an injured family member or loved one, you can demand compensation for any lost pay, now or in the future.
Transportation. Recovering from a severe injury usually requires several trips to hospitals, doctor’s offices, and pharmacies. You may be eligible to be compensated for every mile driven on any trip related to your accident or injury.
Non-economic or general damages are any losses that do not have a specific dollar amount attached. These types of losses cannot be easily quantified and may require the assistance of an experienced attorney to estimate. There are several types of general damages, such as:
Pain and suffering. “Pain and suffering” refers to the pain endured by accident victims. Recovering compensation for pain and suffering is intended to make for the loss of your well-being.
Emotional distress. Compensation for emotional distress is meant to make up for the anxiety, depression, insomnia, worry, or PTSD that stem from the trauma of a debilitating accident.
Loss of consortium. Compensation for loss of consortium is meant to make up for the loss of a loved one’s companionship and counsel after a severe injury or death.
Wrongful death. If a loved one or family member is killed in an accident, you can be compensated for the emotional loss and financial distress caused by the lost income, as well as recovering money for the medical expenses caused by the fatal injury.
Punitive damages or exemplary damages are slightly different from general or special damages. They are not intended to help you recover any losses but rather to punish the responsible party and deter them from ever behaving in the same manner again. Under California state law, to receive punitive damages, a claimant must prove by “clear and convincing evidence that the defendant is guilty of fraud, oppression, or malice.” The burden of proof is much higher for punitive damages than for obtaining other types of compensation, and there is no cap on the amount of punitive damages that may be awarded in California.
California places limits on the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit after an injury. This time limit varies depending on the type of injury. For most injuries, you have two years from the date of the injury, or if the injury wasn’t discovered until later, one year from the date of discovery. Medical malpractice claims must be filed within one year from the date of the injury, and lawsuits against government agencies have six months from the date of injury to be filed.
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OnderLaw is standing by to take your call and help you and your family move on after an accident. Call us for a free consultation, and let us show how we can help you get the compensation you deserve.