If you have been in injured or in a vehicle accident in Encino California contact me for a free consultation.
I am an experienced, local, Encino car accident attorney and personal injury attorney with an office at 16633 Ventura Blvd, Encino CA 91436. My telephone number is 800-824-5416.
Why Choose Lawyer Allen Vaysberg
I am a responsive auto accident lawyer who works with you to obtain for you the maximum amount of compensation available for your injuries. At some firms, clients end up speaking only with a case manager or paralegal. I aim to maintain a great relationship with each client.
While selecting an attorney to represent your car accident injury claim, it is also important to speak to an attorney who specializes in personal injury law and more specifically, car accident claims. An experienced attorney knows the ins and outs of how the entire process works and is familiar with dealing with insurance companies, medical professionals, and every step of the process.
Personal Injury Cases Handled
We handle almost all types of personal injury cases. Amputation injuries, auto accidents, bicycle accidents, boat accidents, burn injuries, bus accidents, motorcycle crashes, slip and fall cases, taxi accidents, traumatic brain injury, and truck accidents.
Automobile Accidents in Encino CA
No road in the United States is exempt from car crashes, truck collisions, or other automobile accidents. The majority of truck and big rig accidents in Encino take place on US-101. There are accidents at the US-101 / I-405 interchange. SUVs, motorcycles, and other vehicles are involved in accidents in Encino.
Accidents are not limited to vehicles, sometimes a bicyclist or pedestrian is involved in an auto accident. Ventura Boulevard is the home to many of these accidents, accidents at intersections, rear end collisions, and hit and runs. Of course, all types of unfortunate mishaps occur in Encino just as they do in all parts of Southern California.
Car Accident FAQs:
What is the statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit in Encino?
It is important to contact your car accident attorney as soon as possible. In California, there is typically a two-year deadline from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit for injuries. There are certain exceptions to this rule like medical malpractice claims, claims against government entities, or when minors are injured.
What if I am being pressured by my insurance adjuster?
Once a client is retained by our office, insurance companies are supposed to communicate with us directly. We want to remove as much of the burden off of our client’s shoulders as possible.
What if the other party was underinsured?
There are options available to get compensation even if the other party was underinsured or had no insurance. These options vary drastically from case to case, so it is important to discuss the case with a personal injury attorney who specializes in vehicle accidents.
Will my car accident case go to trial?
About 90% of automobile claims are settled out of court. Of course, when the other party is unrealistic and not offering enough money then the case may go to trial. It is important to understand the litigation process and to have the ability to go to trial if that’s what is necessary.
What if the other driver was distracted?
Unfortunately, distracted driving accounts for nearly 1 in 5 traffic fatalities. Distracted driving is one form of negligence we see too often.
What if I am the at fault driver?
California law allows us to recover compensation against negligent drivers even if you are partially at fault.
Should I speak to the insurance company?
It is important that you speak to an attorney ASAP, before speaking to an insurance company that has its own best interests in mind.