Personal Injury

Elbow Injury from An Auto Accident

Auto Accident Attorney Beverly HIlls

Back pain, neck pain, head trauma, broken bones—these are all typical personal injuries that are caused by an auto accident. Unless you’re suffering from an elbow injury after an auto accident, not many people think that an elbow dislocation, fracture, or break is possible during an auto accident. However, elbow injuries are very common when a car is involved in a side impact accident (also known as "T-bone accidents" or "broadside collisions"). An injured elbow can be the root cause to a number of painful symptoms such as hand pain, wrist pain, shoulder pain, and headaches. The reason for this is based on the connection that the nerves have to the rest of the body since nerves in the elbow are also connected to several parts of the body as they extend from the spine. As a result, a single elbow injury can cause a list of painful symptoms that only add to your personal injury claim and auto accident injury treatment. Additionally, without the proper help, your medical bills can begin to stack up. Fortunately, the personal injury attorneys at One Law Group in Beverly Hills can help you get compensated for the injuries you’ve suffered as a result of someone’s...

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What is the Statute of Limitations?

Personal injuries are tough to deal with, especially if you don’t have legal representation or are confused about how to find help. The personal injury attorneys at One Law Group can help. A personal injury can happen in situations such as in an auto accident, on a private property, on a public property, or even during a medical procedure. Regardless of how the personal injury happened, there is a limited amount of time to file a claim against the responsible party. This law is called the Statute of Limitations. The Statute of Limitations is a legal term used to define the amount of time a person has to file a lawsuit against the party responsible for causing the personal injury. In California, the statute of limitation is two years from the time the injury occurred. However, if the injury is not immediately apparent to the victim, they will have one year from the date the injury was discovered. The purpose of these limitations is to secure evidence that is current and to ensure the quality of witness testimony. If you have been in an accident and suffered a personal injury because of another person’s recklessness, the personal injury attorneys at One Law...

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What You Need to Know About Catastrophic Injury

The personal injury attorneys at One Law Group in Beverly Hills understand the legal aspects of a case that involves catastrophic injury, and they are here to fight to help you receive the compensation needed to help you live your life. Catastrophic injuries can be caused in a number of environments, such as in a motor vehicles accident, while playing sports, on a construction site, in the workplace, and even while walking from a slip-and-fall accident. Catastrophic injuries are life-altering personal injuries that may happen for a number of reasons and can create severe conditions, including: Spinal Cord Injuries Paralysis Quadriplegia Concussions Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) Amputations Burns Severe Fractures or Broken Bones Wrongful Death While most people recover from an injury in some form or another, they may not be able to function as well as they did before the injury occurred. Catastrophic injuries will typically require a tremendous amount of physical therapy and attention from other medical professionals that may often include adaptive equipment and regular medical attention for a long period of your life. However, that is exactly why you need a personal injury attorney who is familiar with catastrophic injuries to fight for your rights. If you’ve been involved...

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Personal Injury at Sporting Events

Going to a sporting event can be an exciting experience for people new to the sport and for those who are avid fans. Despite your fan status and knowledge of the sport, everybody is equally at risk of personal injury when attending a sporting event, regardless of the injury being caused by the stadium or by another fan. Being injured is no fun but getting injured at a sporting event is even worse. Although attending events for some sports has the assumption of risk, there is little risk of injury in the public areas of the stadium where fans are allowed such as in the walkways, in the bathrooms, and even on the stairs. An injury can happen in all of the public areas of a stadium. An assumption of risk is when a person can assume injury is possible by just attending the game. For example, a person can assume that there is a high possibility that they can get injured by objects that fly from the field to the stands such as baseballs and parts of a bat. In fact, there is text on the back of all tickets that explains such information and acts a “waiver of liability”...

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The Effects of a Slip and Fall

According to the national Floor Safety Institute, the average person takes approximately 8,000 steps per day (nfsi.org, 2016). However, it only takes one wrong step to cause an injury. Being injured is not fun, especially if it was caused by someone else. When a person slips and falls for whatever reason, there are several injuries that can occur. Back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, leg pain, sciatica, herniated disc­—any of these injuries can result in chronic conditions that could take weeks or months to fully recover. That is time spent away from work, family, and other activities that you do normally because of pain. There is no reason you should have to suffer from this injury on your own. At One Law Group in Beverly Hills, our personal injury attorneys can help you pursue damages for the injuries you suffered. Depending on conditions that caused the slip and fall, a person can receive different types of injuries, which may result in different amounts of compensation. Although the ground can play a part in the type of injury caused, it is the position in which you fell that will cause the most damage. For instance, if the surface is slippery, a person will...

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Filling for Medical Malpractice

Having back surgery can be a risky procedure. If you haven’t heard about NBA coach Steve Kerr, who had back surgery that failed twice, you should know that he had to miss a good portion of the NBA season and the NBA Playoffs because of the debilitating pain from failed back surgery. Although it unknown if Kerr is going to pursue any legal action for the failed back surgery, but depending on the state that he underwent the procedure, there is a possibility that he may be entitled to pursue damages for medical malpractice. Obviously, Kerr’s main concern is to get better and to remain coaching in the NBA. But what do you do if you are not an NBA coach, don’t get paid millions of dollars a year, and can’t afford to pay for alternative treatments after a failed back surgery? What if your insurance will not cover a second or third procedure? For many people, their jobs are in jeopardy and family obligations suffer because of the inability to move. Fortunately, there are options: Live with the pain or file a medical malpractice lawsuit. If you feel that you have been a victim of medical malpractice after back surgery, rest...

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The Personal Injury Dilemma

Personal injury can cause time away from personal activities and family. They can even prevent a person from going to work or fulfilling their employment commitments. Although missing time away from personal activities and family can be frustrating, having to take time off work because of the injury can be more troubling based on the injury causing financial trouble, unwanted stress, and damaged credit opportunities. If a person caused the injury themselves, they must accept the consequences of the actions and get the medical attention they need. However, if the injury was caused by another person or business because of negligence or recklessness, there are steps a person can take to pursue damages for the injuries suffered. At One Law Group in Beverly Hills, we understand that there are many ways that a personal injury can happen, so we are well prepared to manage all types of personal injury claims. If you’ve suffered an injury because of the negligence or recklessness of another person, depending on the circumstances, the personal injury attorneys at One Law Group may be able to help you recover damages for your suffering. Call One Law Group in Beverly Hills at (844) 626-1LAW to schedule a case...

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Can I File a Personal Injury Claim Against an Amusement Park?

Going to an amusement park or theme park can be great fun for the entire family. The rides, the shows, and the games are all exciting and create some fond memories. However, as in any location with tons of equipment and large crowds, there is always the risk of injury. In fact, hundreds of parkgoers are injured every year. Who is responsible when a guest is injured? Depending on the situation, the company that owns the park could be held liable for premises liability if a person is injured. Premises liability is the term used for a set of laws that may or may not determine the liable part for injuries sustained on a property or in a building. Premises liability, in this case, also includes general activities in the park, all rides, and the general condition of the amusement park. Additionally, premises liability would apply to most injuries that occur on the amusement park’s property, which includes the parking lot, all sub-lots, and buildings, but not all injuries would be covered based on how the injury occurred. It is important to your case not to take upon yourself to decide if the injury could have been prevented. Instead, leave that to...

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Tips About Hit and Run Accidents

If you’ve ever been a victim of a hit-and-run accident, then you know very well how upsetting and stressful it can be when the driver of the other car leaves the scene of the accident, causing you to deal with the damages yourself. A “Hit and Run” occurs when a person is involved in a car accident and leaves the scene without identifying themselves. A hit and run doesn’t necessarily have to involved two cars. In fact, a hit and run can take place when a person hits a pedestrian, a fixed object, or even a parked car. It doesn’t matter if a person caused the accident or not. If they leave the scene without identifying themselves, the accident is considered a hit and run. In California and many other states, depending on the circumstances, hit and run is considered either a felony or a misdemeanor and both carry severe punishment and fines. Fortunately, there are steps a person can take to help avoid the immense stress of being a victim of hit and run. As soon as an accident occurs, people are usually panicked, stressed, and, in some cases, a little angry. The best thing to do is to try...

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Risk of Injury at Sporting Events

Going to a sporting event can be a great time. Whether it is a baseball game, hockey game, basketball game, or any other type of sporting event, time at the game can be enjoyable for the whole family. Still, there is always a risk of injury at any sporting event. Baseball has a higher risk of injury thank any other sport because objects often leave the field of play and enter the spectator area. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, approximately 1,750 spectators are injured every year by baseballs that venture into the crowd during professional baseball games. Hockey pucks, soccer balls, basketballs, and footballs go into the crowd a lot less. However, during basketball games, it’s mostly the players that can injure a spectator. Have you ever seen a player fly into the stands chasing a ball? Imagine a 6- or 7-foot, 250-pound man falling on top of you unexpectedly because he was trying to save the ball from going out of bounds. Well, it happens, and people can be injured. This injury falls under assumption of risk in a personal injury case. If you were injured at a stadium because of a slip and fall or by an object...

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