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Proficient Personal Injury Attorneys in the City of Indio, California

Injury cases are subject to strict deadlines. Obtain experienced legal support as soon as possible.

CrutchPersonal injury cases are based on the legal framework that allows a means for accident victims to receive financial restitution for their injuries and attain a sense of justice. Personal injury law, also referred to as Tort Law, includes a wide-range of cases involving accidents, such as defective product cases, auto accidents, and dog bite cases. Personal injury cases can also include cases involving intentional acts, such as assault. 

Undeniably, personal injury cases are complicated cases, and if you have been involved in an accident, it is in your best interests to employ the legal support of a qualified personal injury attorney who will represent your case. Personal injury cases can require an in-depth legal analysis, and the support of a qualified attorney can be very beneficial. 

Over 30 Years in Helping Clients Obtain a Fair Compensation

For over 30 years in the insurance claims industry, Attorney Domingo Castillo has served as an insurance claims adjuster and senior claims examiner who has handled thousands of cases for insurance carriers such as Cigna, Allstate and more. The attorneys at Castillo & Associates have a professional portfolio that includes triumphantly bringing justice to more than 10,000 clients in Indio, CA including Rancho Mirage, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Cathedral City and all neighboring communities. To obtain a free case evaluation, consider contacting the firm today. 

Handling All Personal Injury Matters in Indio

Castillo & Associates are personal injury lawyers in Indio, CA and have over two decades of experience handling nearly any type of injury case throughout Southern California. We have recovered nearly $300,000,000.00 in compensation for our clients in matters involving work injuries and accidents like:

Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation regarding your unique injury matter. We will answer your immediate questions and provide information about possible compensation available to you at that time.

The Core Issues of a Personal Injury Claim

Every personal injury claim will involve two important matters: liability and damages. Petitioners seeking to file a claim, will be tasked with identifying who is believed to be responsible for the accident that led to the injuries. Additionally, the petitioner is required to assert the nature of the damages.

Personal injury cases in California follow the theory of negligence, which is the failure to exercise reasonable care. In order to obtain compensation in a case, petitioners will need to establish negligence, which can be demonstrated through the following four elements:

Duty of Care

A duty of care is the legal obligation that requires a party to exercise a standard of reasonable care, which is set to prevent harm to others. A duty of care can encompass a variety of different things, such a person’s duty to drive safely, or a doctor’s duty to provide reasonable care. It should be noted that an accused party does not have to have a personal connection or know the plaintiff in order to owe him or her duty of care. 

Breach of Care

A breach of care occurs when there is a violation of said duty of care. A defendant that has breached a duty of care can either fail to act in a reasonable manner or intentionally act in a careless manner. In most cases, the defendants will be aware that their actions would result in another’s injury. 

Causation: The Breach of Care Lead to the Injury

Causation is the direct link between the defendant’s breach of duty and the plaintiff’s injury or damages. In order to assert negligence, the plaintiff’s injury must have been caused as a result of the defendant’s breach of duty. 

Damages

The damages in a personal injury claim refer to the injuries the plaintiff suffered as a consequence of the breach of duty. 

Exceptionally Versed in a Wide-Range of Personal Injury Cases

When the negligent or willful act of another party has caused you to suffer a serious injury, you have the legal right to seek compensation through a personal injury claim. Personal injury cases, however, can sometimes involve complex legal matters that involve legal proficiency. For example, many victims find that they are being blamed for causing the accident. In other challenging matters, there may be more than one at-fault party involved. Regardless, obtaining compensation following an accident is critically important to a suffering victim. When you have been injured in an accident, speak to a qualified litigator who can protect your interests and defend your right to a fair compensation. 

Specializing in a wide variety of personal injury accidents, the attorneys at Castillo & Associates have successfully helped over 10,000 accident victims recover the financial compensation they deserved. Depending on the specific case, personal injury cases can involve multiple at-fault parties. With over three decades of legal experience, the firm understands what is needed to handle the most complex personal injury cases in California. When injured in an accident, obtain the legal guidance of a proficient attorney you can depend on; consider contacting the attorneys at Castillo & Associates for a no-obligation consultation. 

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MAKING A FALSE OR FRAUDULENT WORKERS‘ COMPENSATION CLAIM IS A FELONY SUBJECT TO UP TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON OR A FINE OF UP TO $50,000 OR DOUBLE THE VALUE OF THE FRAUD, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, OR BY BOTH IMPRISONMENT AND FINE.” LAB.C. § 5432(A).

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