Elk Grove Personal Injury Lawyer
An Elk Grove personal injury lawyer from Rosenthal & Kreeger, LLP can help you through the difficult and often overwhelming aftermath of a serious accident. If you recently suffered an injury in the city of Elk Grove, California, our lawyers can meet you at your home, the hospital or our local law office for a free consultation.
During your meeting, you can learn whether you have grounds for a lawsuit, what your claim could be worth to your family and how we can help. Contact us today to schedule your risk-free meeting.
Why We Are the Right Choice
- We treat each personal injury client like our only client, providing undivided attention and care to each person we assist.
- Our attorneys have always prided ourselves on creating a culture of compassion, dignity and excellence, with the client testimonials to prove it.
- We have highly skilled personal injury attorneys who have obtained multimillion-dollar results for past clients.
- We accept Elk Grove personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning our clients do not have to pay if we do not win.
Why Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Suffering a personal injury could seriously impact your life. At Rosenthal & Kreeger, LLP, we are passionate about bringing at-fault and negligent parties to justice on behalf of injured clients. We do not think you should have to pay for your damages if you did not cause them. Our attorneys in Elk Grove can help you determine fault, bring a claim against one or more defendants, and file all the necessary paperwork to get the claims process started. You or your family could be eligible for compensation through an insurance settlement or jury verdict in California. Our lawyers can fight for maximum damage recovery at no costs upfront.
Do You Need to File a Claim?
The option of filing a personal injury claim exists to help injured accident victims. While the criminal justice system serves to punish the defendant, a civil claim focuses on the victim’s restitution. The civil justice system seeks to make up for losses one person suffered because of another person’s negligence, recklessness or intentional misconduct. Most personal injury claims in California require four main elements to yield results for the injured party, or plaintiff.
- The defendant owed a duty of care to the plaintiff, according to applicable standards.
- The defendant negligently, carelessly or deliberately breached this duty of care.
- A causal link between the defendant’s action and the plaintiff’s damages existed.
- The plaintiff suffered real, compensable damages due to the incident.
If you believe your recent accident fulfills these elements, speak to an attorney from our firm for more information. A successful claim against one or more defendants could end in financial recovery for your losses, including medical expenses, lost income, physical pain, property damages and emotional suffering.
Cases Our Personal Injury Firm Accepts in Elk Grove
When searching for your personal injury lawyer, look for one with experience in your specific practice area. Focused attention on your accident type could mean better resources, personnel and negotiation skills. An attorney who has taken cases similar to yours will understand the related laws and how to fight for fair compensation. At Rosenthal & Kreeger, LLP, we accept cases of many different types.
- Auto accident
- Birth injury
- Brain injury
- Bicycle accident
- Catastrophic injury
- Construction accident
- Premises liability
- Product liability
- Truck collision
- Wrongful death
Contact us if you suffered a serious injury or property loss in a vehicle collision, slip and fall, dog attack, explosion, wildfire or any other type of accident in Elk Grove, California. Our lawyers have decades of experience they can put to use for you during a claim.
Start Your Personal Injury Claim Today
You may not have to pay out of pocket for your medical bills, travel expenses, rental vehicle or other damages after an accident in Elk Grove. One or more at-fault parties, including drivers, property owners, product makers or employers, may owe you a financial award. Speak to our attorneys to find out if you have grounds for a claim today. Call or contact us online.