Auto accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and death in the United States. Each year, around two million people are injured in auto accidents across the U.S. Here in California, the number is substantial, with more than 200,000 injuries each year. Auto accidents can cost victims tens of thousands of dollars. Sadly, many victims are not aware that they are entitled to compensation, and even more, are unaware that their insurance companies are “low-balling” their damages.
If you are injured in an auto accident, you may qualify to file a personal injury claim against the party responsible for the accident. Auto accident victims often qualify for more compensation than insurance companies offer immediately following an accident. That is where filing a personal injury lawsuit can help.
California Auto Accident Attorneys
At Zarabi Law, our personal injury lawyers have one goal in mind – to make sure that you get fair and just compensation. Auto accidents cost far more than the damage done to your vehicle. You may also be suffering from severe injuries and emotional trauma. To make matters worse, you may be unable to return to work right away. Getting the compensation that you need is the key to recovering and moving forward with your life.
Zarabi Law can help. We help auto accident victims whose cases involve:
- Single-car accidents
- Multi-car accidents
- Defective roadways
- Construction zone hazards
- Drunk driving accidents
- Defective auto parts
Zarabi Law is a client-focused personal injury law firm serving clients throughout California. No matter where your accident occurred or who was involved, our focus is on you. We walk you through every step of the legal process. Our passion and dedication to our clients is what sets us apart from other personal injury law firms. Call Zarabi Law today to learn more about how we can help you. Before speaking with an insurance company or accepting any settlement amount, let us review your case and determine if you are getting the maximum compensation that you are entitled to.