California Personal Injury Lawyer
Don't Delay – The Longer You Wait to Get Help, The Less They Pay
After an auto accident, getting professional assistance immediately is the best course of action. After police and emergency medical attention, you should get legal attention too.
Beahm Law, known for taking care of “on the road” legal problems, has helped numerous victims of auto accidents throughout the Bay Area get recoveries for their injuries. Don't settle your case before speaking to an experienced auto accident attorney first.
It happens all too often that individuals rely on the conversations they have with the at-fault party's insurance company, only to discover that the insurance company won't honor the agreements made verbally. They're relying on policies of the company, not the law, to work out what they believe is “fair.”
It's best to work with an attorney early on to ensure that you clearly understand the process and not let the insurance company lead you astray. Getting a fair settlement is a lot more likely if you have an attorney helping you by fighting the insurance companies on your behalf. Let Beahm Law's experienced personal injury lawyers stand up for you.
FOCUS ON HEALING & GETTING YOUR LIFE BACK ON TRACK.
TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURY CASES
Types of Injury cases we handle:
- Car / Auto Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Bicycle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
Beware of early settlement offers from the insurance company. If they're eager, there may be something you don't know. You can only settle your accident claim once… Don't settle for less than you deserve.
WHAT ARE THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON PERSONAL INJURY CASES IN CALIFORNIA?
In the state of California, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases is two years from the date of the injury to go to court and file a lawsuit. If you do not file during that time period than you loose your right to.
Let Beahm Law put its experience to work for you. You know you're injured, and so does the insurance company. Why try to fight when you're down? Level the playing field against the big insurance companies, and contact us so we can fight for your rights.
HAVE A QUESTION?
EXPLORE OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will this go to trial?
Statistically speaking, very few of these cases (less than 2%) go to trial. However, every case is different, so your case could be more or less likely to go to trial.
Will I be compensated for time I took off work?
We will fight to make sure that you are compensated for any missed work or lost future earnings.
Will I have to pay you if we can't settle with the other party?
Generally speaking, no. But make sure to pay attention to the specific language of the retainer agreement, as it will specify who is paying the costs.