Public Entity Fall

Public Entity Fall

Your Personal Injury Attorneys in San Diego for Public Entity Falls

Public entities include government buildings, roadways, and accidents involving a government-owned vehicle and a government employed operator. If you experience a personal injury due to a public entity’s negligence, the case is different from an ordinary premise liability case. However, with an experienced attorney’s help, you can still receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Public Entity Falls and Statute of Limitations

One example of the difference in a case involving a public entity in California is that state law only gives you six months from the time of the injury to make your claim. For other types of personal injury cases, the statute of limitations can be a year or two or even more. So time is of the essence when your injury involves the negligence of a public entity.

Remember that you can receive compensation for your existing medical bills. Still, if you are undergoing ongoing care for the injuries sustained, you will want this to be a part of the settlement. You also need to think about lost wages and other damages.
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How to Proceed with a Public Entity Claim

When you are injured, no matter where it takes place, the number one priority must be to receive the necessary medical care. After that, your next priority should be to get in touch with a personal injury attorney.

Remember that time is of the essence when it comes to this type of claim if you want to get anything at all. And a personal injury attorney with experience in public entity cases is going to be able to help you receive what you deserve. That is why San Diego residents trust Petrov Law Firm. Our experienced public entity fall attorneys can help you maximize your settlement.

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