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02-19-2019 10:30 AM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: The Cartwright Law Firm

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No one wants to go to court, but it is an experience that many people will be faced with at some point in their lives. In many instances, these cases will be civil cases. In California, there were more than 210,000 civil cases filed seeking unlimited damages in a given year. When you consider civil cases with limited damages, that number jumps to 400,000. According to the statistics, that means that 600,000 Californians are embroiled in civil proceedings yearly.

Civil cases, according to the law, are between two parties. They involve a breach of contract or negligence. Negligence is what must be proven in a personal injury case. Moreover, personal injury cases are exceedingly common and exceedingly important to plaintiffs.

The reason personal injury cases matter is because they deal with an injury to your person or property. This injury may require advanced medical attention. For many people, the first reason to pursue a personal injury case is compensation for medical bills. Even with insurance, medical bills after an injury can be insurmountable. It is only natural to seek justice if someone else is to blame. However, the impact often extends beyond the immediate bills. An injury may have longstanding consequences. Sometimes, an injury may prevent you from working. When this happens, you may seek damages to cover lost wages. Other compensation may be sought to cover suffering, loss of property, ongoing therapy and more.

As you can imagine from these implications, the nature of these cases can vary widely. Personal injury can relate to car accidents, defective products, nursing home abuse or employment law. The critical component of all personal injury cases is that another party is somehow responsible. This is typically not an overt or malicious action. In many cases, the injury is caused by mere negligence. It is this concept of negligence that can be difficult to prove in court. That is why most cases require the assistance of a San Francisco personal injury attorney. Some people are reluctant to take legal action, but it is imperative not to wait. There is nothing wrong with getting the support you need. In fact, if you do not pursue a legal case, it may be impossible to fully recover after the incident.

Fortunately, you can hire a San Francisco personal injury attorney. While there are many lawyers in the Bay Area, the Cartwright Law Firm has been a proud provider of legal services for more than 60 years. During this time, the Cartwright Law Firm has gained respect within the Bay Area while earning national acclaim for their dedication to the law. Although the Cartwright Law Firm helps clients with many legal problems, the firm is best known for its experience in personal injury cases.

If you have suffered from a personal injury, you should not be reluctant to pursue legal action. You deserve help and support. At the Cartwright Law Firm, we are committed to providing that support. Do not delay, and call to talk about your case today.For more information please visit our site.

Cartwright Law Firm
222 Front Street, 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: 415-433-0444

When you have suffered a personal injury, you need someone to turn to who is tough, experienced, and aggressive. Nationally recognized trial attorney Robert E. Cartwright, Jr., and his team of San Francisco personal injury lawyers/attorneys have the tenacity, expertise, and ingenuity to fight to get you proper compensation for your injuries.

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