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If you or someone you know is injured as a result of someone else's negligence, carelessness or mistake, your remedy lies in our civil justice system. Injury cases can vary greatly. Here are some examples of personal injury matters:
  • Automobile, Motorcycle, Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents
  • General Negligence
  • Boating and Maritime Accidents
  • Trucking and Commercial Vehicle Accidents (Interstate and Intrastate)
  • Broker Liability
  • Aviation Accidents
  • Common Carrier Accidents (Airline, Trains, and other Public Transportation)
  • Dog Bites and Animal Attacks
  • Wrongful Death
  • Birth Injuries
  • Loss of Consortium Claims
  • Emotional Distress
  • Catastrophic and Serious Injuries
  • Injuries Suffered on Public or Private property
  • Defective Product Injuries
  • Construction Accidents
  • Federal, State, and Local Government Liability Claims
  • Assaults, Battery, and Stalking
  • False Imprisonment and False Arrest
  • Nuisance and Trespass
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Defamation
  • Fraud and Deceit
  • Slip and Fall/Trip and Fall Cases (Premises Liability)
  • Medical and Dental Negligence
  • Insurance Bad Faith Actions
  • Sexual Abuse and Molestation
  • And other similar cases where an injury occurs from someone's negligence, recklessness or intentional harm. Not every injury case is the same; in fact, they are all unique and can involve complicated legal issues. 

No Recovery – No Fee – Our firm accepts personal injury matters on a contingency fee basis. This means we only earn a fee when we recover money for you for the harms and losses you've suffered. A recovery can include a financial settlement out of court before a lawsuit is filed, during a mediation before or after suit is filed, or a judgment after trial. You should not hesitate to contact an attorney because you are concerned about the cost, most if not all personal injury attorneys accept cases on a contingency basis.

Do you really need a lawyer? The answer is almost always, "yes" – especially when dealing with highly trained insurance adjusters trained to avoid compensating the injured. But not every lawyer is the same or can handle every case at the same level of commitment, skill and advocacy. The initial days and weeks following an accident are critical. First, you must handle the trauma and shock surrounding the injury, including dealing with doctors, missed work, and the upheaval of your life in many other ways.

In the midst of that, you will likely be contacted by an experienced insurance adjuster – or "risk manager" – who will ask you a series of questions, and ask to record your conversation to use against you later. You should never provide a recorded statement without consulting with an attorney first – it can be fatal to your case.

The insurance companies and risk managers are not looking after your interest, and your or your loved one's well-being is not their top concern. They are working to protect their interests by obtaining recorded statements (to be used against you later), or offering a nominal amount to settle your claim before you hire a lawyer. Insurance companies' strategy is often to get to you before you have a chance to get experienced representation.

To have the best chance of preserving your right to a fair recovery for the harms and losses you've suffered – your right to justice – contact an attorney as soon as possible. Your attorney will protect your interests, and deal directly with your insurance company, the other party's insurance company, and/or any risk managers employed by those who caused the injuries. Our office never charges for "consultations" and we are always eager to speak with you. Please contact us to prevent your legal rights from being jeopardized.

JASSIM LAW has a history of exceptional results in injury cases, and will work swiftly to help with your legal matter – and, with getting your life back on track. We will help manage the volumes of health-care documents, keep track of the income you've lost, assist you with getting the care and treatment you need, and assist with getting your vehicle or other property repaired or replaced.

6 Basic Initial Steps You Should Take After an Injury

What to Do, and Not Do, in a Personal Injury Matter:

  1. Do Not Talk — Don't discuss your case with anyone except your attorneys. Do not give recorded statements that will be used in a misleading way. Innocent remarks will be used and distorted against you. If anyone contacts you, ask for their name and contact information, and advise them that your attorney will contact them.
  2. Take Photographs — Pictures help tell the story, and describe the accident and injuries. If you are injured in an accident, take pictures of the scene, of any damaged property (such as your or the other parties' vehicles), and of the injuries you or your loved ones sustained. 
  3. Do Not Sign Anything — Do not sign any statements, waivers, papers, reports, or any other documents unless you are advised to do so by a lawyer. Anything you sign may jeopardize important legal rights. When you've been in an accident, it is not uncommon to be dazed, stunned, or confused. That is not the time to be signing documents, especially without consultation from an attorney.
  4. Call a Lawyer — We always offer free consultations with an attorney, either by phone or in person. A lawyer is trained to protect your legal rights and will give you the best guidance. He or she can evaluate your case, and serve as an intermediary between you and the other party and/or their insurance company.
  5. Be Aware of Surveillance — Quite often the insurance company for the party causing your injuries will hire a "private investigator" to conduct surveillance. You will not be aware of it, but it's possible someone will be following you in your day-to-day activities, and taking photographs, recordings and/or video. The insurance company will attempt to use this information at trial to show that you are not as injured as you claim. However, video and pictures do not often capture your injuries, or the pain and suffering you are enduring. They will use this information to distort the truth and avoid accountability for the harm you are suffering. Regardless, be careful and assume you are under surveillance. This does not mean you must stay home or live in fear. However, only do the activities your injuries allow, and do not over-extend or challenge yourself. Do not engage in activities advised against by your physicians.
  6. Close or Privatize Your Social Media – These days, our lives are publicly displayed on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and the like. If you are in litigation, your social media is likely to be scrutinized and investigated. Photos, comments, events, places you've visited or plan to visit will all be scrutinized and used against you to distort the truth and tell a misleading and false story. You should never discuss your case, your injuries, or other details on social media. You should immediately close, or privatize your social media sites to the public and should be wary of accepting new "friends" or "followers" that you do not know.
Contact us 24/7 at (619) 630-2680 to discuss your case confidentially. We are confident we can assist in your legal matter.

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