Beverly Hills Personal Injury Attorney
Accident Attorney & Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Beverly Hills, CA
Have you or someone close to you been seriously injured in an accident in Beverly Hills? Was this personal injury caused by someone else’s negligence? We can help you to get the compensation you deserve!
Personal injury law firm Setareh Law, APLC, will do everything necessary to successfully resolve your personal injury claims. Whether you have been injured in a slip and fall, a motor vehicle accident, or suffered a dog bite, we are well qualified to effectively represent you.
A Beverly Hills personal injury lawyer with Setareh Law will oversee every aspect of your accident claim, from beginning to end. We will coordinate all aspects of your case – investigation, research, hiring the best expert witnesses, coordinating your medical treatment, and more.
It is our goal to understand your PERSONAL needs and we’ll do whatever possible to help you regain your pre-accident health, lifestyle and financial well-being.
Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims
What can a Beverly Hills personal injury lawyer do for me?
Working with a personal injury lawyer can help you obtain compensation for the damage you have sustained, either physically or to your property, during an accident. They can oversee the details of your case, conduct any necessary research, and build your defense with expert witnesses and strong testimony that will help you successfully win your claim in court.
What are the costs of working with a personal injury law firm in Beverly Hills?
There is no set fee when working with a personal injury law firm. Many lawyers work on a contingency fee, which means that they receive a portion of the awarded compensation, usually around 30–40%. However, each law firm is different and the best option is to reach out for a free consultation and speak directly with a qualified lawyer about their pricing.
How long will my personal injury case take to settle?
Personal injury cases can last anywhere from two weeks to a few years. Certain elements of a case, such as a large compensation value or difficult-to-obtain evidence, can slow down a trial. If the victim is in the hospital and recovering from damages, the case might take even longer.
Setareh Law, APLC
8665 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90211