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Get Compensation for Your Injury with Colby Law Firm

If you or a loved one have been the victim of personal injury due to product liability, insurance bad faith, catastrophic injury, car accident, wrongful death due to negligence, or wrongful termination, then you should seek out a liability claim attorney right away.

The liability claim lawyers at Colby Law Firm are ready to help you fight for rightful compensation while seeking punitive damages from the wrongful party. We won’t let bad faith employers or insurance companies dismiss your insurance claim or wrongful death claim.

We understand that filing an injury claim isn’t just about money; it’s also about relieving you and your family of the emotional distress that the injury has caused. Our dedicated team is well-versed in liability law, and is ready to give your claim the attention it rightly deserves. You need a claims lawyer in Los Angeles you can trust. You need Colby Law Firm.

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What Is a Liability Claim?

Liability claims occur when an insured party is subject to allegations from a third party that they are responsible for some form of damage or loss. Typically, the insured party reaches out to their insurance company for help with handling the claim, which often comes in the form of financial assistance. Liability claims are usually filed when an action taken by the insured party causes physical or financial injury to a third party. For example, a contractor may face a liability claim if they damage an expensive antique while remodeling a client’s home.

What Are Employment Liability Claims?

Employment liability claims in California are legal claims that arise when an employee suffers a work-related injury.

While California employers are generally protected from liability for workplace injuries, this protection has limits. If an employer intentionally engaged in conduct that they knew would cause harm or was highly likely to cause harm to an employee, the employee may have the option to file a lawsuit against their employer outside of the workers’ compensation system.

In other words, if an employer acted intentionally and knew that their actions would likely cause injury, an employee may be able to pursue legal action against their employer beyond the scope of workers’ compensation. However, it is important to note that such cases can be complex and difficult to prove. If you have been injured at work and believe that your employer’s conduct was intentional, it is recommended that you consult with an experienced attorney to explore your legal options.

Wrongful Death Liability

If a family member dies in California due to an accidental or intentional act, you may have cause to file a wrongful death lawsuit. In California, a wrongful death occurs when someone dies due to the misconduct of another person or entity (such as an employer). Wrongful death claims can arise from negligence-based incidents like car accidents, dangerous premises, defective products, medical malpractice, and even intentional acts, including crimes.

While some legal claims may be handled on your own, a wrongful death claim is not one of them. Even if the facts are not disputed, and legal responsibility for the decedent’s death is clear, calculating an accurate value for the case and proving all past and future damages can be challenging. Therefore, it’s essential to seek expert legal help from an experienced California wrongful death attorney who can guide you through the process and help you get the compensation you deserve.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Premises Liability?

Premises liability in California means that property owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of others from dangerous conditions that can cause injury or damage while on their property. This means that if a property owner does not properly maintain their property or warn of known dangers, they can be held accountable for any economic or non-economic damages suffered by the victim. So, if you are visiting someone’s property in California and you are injured due to a dangerous condition, the property owner may be responsible for compensating you for any losses or damages incurred.

Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Whether you need a personal injury lawyer in California depends on the specific circumstances of your case. If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or intentional actions, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses.

While it is possible to pursue a personal injury claim on your own, it can be complex and challenging to navigate the legal system without the assistance of an experienced attorney. A personal injury lawyer can provide valuable guidance and representation throughout the claims process, including negotiating with insurance companies, gathering evidence, and advocating for your rights in court if necessary. Colby Law Firm has experienced personal injury lawyers who can help you file a claim and get compensation for your damages.

What Is a Product Liability Claim?

In California, a product liability claim is a legal claim that arises when a person is injured or suffers damages due to a defective or dangerous product. To prove a product liability claim in California, the injured party must show that the product was defective or unreasonably dangerous and that the defect caused their injury or damages. It is important to seek the advice of an experienced product liability attorney to understand your legal options and protect your rights if you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product in California.


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Aaron Colby is a California employment lawyer who knows how to resolve disputes. After 15 years representing companies, he started Colby Law Firm to represent employees. Aaron’s perspective and experience from being “on the other side” gives him an edge. Aaron brings his practical, focused, and relentless approach to helping employees protect their rights.

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