Does Insurance Cover Injuries Suffered in a Car Accident?
If you have suffered injuries in a car accident, it is highly likely that you will need continuing treatment and care until you fully recover. This means you may have to pay thousands of dollars in medical expenses. Such expenses typically include doctor’s office visits, cost of emergency room care, hospitalization, medications, medical equipment and […]Read More
How To Get The Best Possible Injury Settlement
Getting the best injury settlement possible can be a tricky and challenging process. Once the settlement negotiation process gets underway for your personal injury claim, it is crucial that you know how to execute a successful strategy. Here are six tips to help you take action that will help you maximize your chances of getting the best possible settlement for your […]Read More
Our No Win, No Fee Promise
For more than 40 years, the personal injury lawyers at Timothy J. Ryan & Associates have been representing the rights of injured victims and their families. Over this period, we have successfully filed innumerable lawsuits and obtained compensation for our clients – many of whom were injured in auto accidents, pedestrian accidents, dog attacks, workplace injuries, […]Read More
Personal Injury Lawsuit Guide
If you or a loved one has been injured in a traumatic event, be it a car accident, slip-and-fall accident or a dog attack, you may be wondering what steps you need to take in terms of protecting your rights and seeking compensation for the injuries, damages and losses you have suffered. You may have […]Read More
How Much in Fees Will Personal Injury Attorneys Take?
Personal Injury lawyers rarely charge an hourly rate but instead charge what is called a “contingency fee.” If you need a personal injury lawyer to represent you in California, it is very likely that you will be paying a “contingency fee” for his or her representation. This means that your legal professional’s fee would be […]Read More
What Does California’s “Wet Reckless” Plea Mean in Personal Injury Cases?
“Wet reckless” is an informal name given to a crime that a person charged with driving under the influence pleads to as part of a plea agreement. In California, this occurs when a prosecutor drops a DUI charge, which is more serious, in exchange for the defendant pleading to the less serious wet reckless charge. […]Read More