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What are my chances of winning if pursue my claim on my own?

Though you have every right to pursue your claim without the help of an attorney, you will probably be at a critical disadvantage if you choose to do so.  Since there will be so much at stake for the defendant, you should expect the person or organization you are pursuing your claim against to be represented by an experienced legal team who will be trying to mitigate your compensation.  With that in mind, you will need to do everything you can to protect your interests and to anticipate the moves the defense will make to discredit your claim.

If you have been injured in an accident, you should consult with one of the San Diego personal injury attorneys with Ritter & Associates to get a better idea of what legal action may be available to you and what opposition you can expect to face.  To discuss the particulars of your claim with one of our attorneys, please call our San Diego offices at (619) 296-0123 today.

Will my personal injury lawsuit go to court?

While it is possible that your personal injury lawsuit may need to go court, the vast majority of these lawsuits are privately settled out of court. When they are settled outside of the courtroom, the defendant and plaintiff will sit down with their respective legal representatives and work out a settlement that is amicable to both parties. However, every case is different and some may require litigation in an effort to recover the damages the plaintiff believes he or she has sustained.

With that in mind, the San Diego personal injury lawyers at Ritter & Associates are prepared to help you pursue whatever course of action is most suitable to your interests. To discuss the particulars of your situation with one of our personal injury lawyers, please call our San Diego offices at (619) 296-0123 today.

What does the term “statute of limitation” refer to?

While anyone who is injured through another person’s negligence or recklessness may be entitled to recover damages related that individual’s accident, there is a limited period of time to do so. This period of time in which an individual must file a personal injury claim is known as the statute of limitations.

So, if a personal injury claim is not made within the statute of limitations, the injury victim will no longer be capable of seeking compensation for the damages associated with his or her injury. For personal injury within California, for instance, the statue of limitations is two years from the injury, or one year from the date the injury was discovered.

To discuss the particulars of an injury you sustained with one of our San Diego personal injury lawyers at Ritter & Associates, please call us at (619) 296-0123 today.

How can a personal injury lawyer help me?

While the immediate physical and emotional trauma associated with your serious injury is probably at the forefront of your mind, there will likely be substantial financial damages associated with your recovery process that you will need to eventually address. If another party’s recklessness or negligence contributed to your injury in any way, you may be able to hold that person or party financially responsible—in whole or in part—for your pain and suffering. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you aggressively pursue that financial compensation and, thereby, hold the responsible party financially accountable for their irresponsible or negligent actions.

To learn more about how our team of personal injury lawyers at Ritter & Associates can help, call our San Diego offices at (619) 296-0123 today.

Can rollover accidents be prevented by an Electric Stability Control system?

While Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systems do significantly reduce the likelihood of deadly rollover accidents, most SUVs are still at a significant risk of rollover simply because of their high center of gravity. However, ESC systems can, critically, help drivers maintain control over their vehicles. Should a driver engage in extreme driving maneuvers, the system automatically applyies the brakes to individual wheels in order to better direct a vehicle along the driver’s intended path. Electronic Stability Control systems, which will typically engage before the driver even notices, can significantly prevent rollover accidents that result from over steering.

The rollover accident attorneys at Ritter & Associates are committed to recovering damages for individuals injured in rollover accidents, and we may be able to help you. To discuss your case with a member of our San Diego legal team, call our offices at (619) 296-0123 today, and learn about your options for recourse.

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