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Car Accident FAQs

How do I Know if I Have a Case?

The best way to know if you have a solid legal case is to contact an attorney. Through a thorough consultation the potential legal course of action can be discussed based on accident circumstances and available documentation. Always try to maintain thorough records, as this will greatly help your case.

What if More Than one Party is at Fault?

California law allows for percentages of blame to be allocated to each applicable party. Therefore, it is likely that if more than one person or entity is found to be at fault for your injuries than you may be awarded damages from each, in amounts based on percentage of fault.

How do Courts Calculate Settlements?

This is often a process that can baffle many people. Award settlements take in account many factors like liability and damages.

If you are injured in an accident, contact us at Bridgewater Law Group. Our knowledgeable, experienced attorneys will work for you. We will not stop until we know we have gotten the best settlement to compensate for your pain and suffering. You just focus on your recovery, let us do the rest!

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We serve clients throughout California including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Los Angeles County including Calabasas, Downey, East Los Angeles, Glendale, Inglewood, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Norwalk, Santa Fe Springs, Torrance, Van Nuys, West Covina, and Whittier; Orange County including Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Orange, and Santa Ana; Riverside County including Corona, Murrieta, Riverside, and Temecula; and San Bernardino County including Fontana, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, and Victorville.

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