California Accident FAQs
When I Call Cunningham Law Group, a Professional Corporation, For My Free Case Consultation, What Can I Expect?
Attorney Jim Cunningham will review the circumstance and facts of your case. If your case is the kind of case the firm will accept, he will offer to represent you. However, there is absolutely no obligation on your part to retain the firm, and no charge for the initial telephone conversation. If we represent you, your case is handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless and until we collect money for you.
Jim Cunningham graduated with honors from The University of San Diego School of Law. He has successfully represented over 5,000 accident victims. He is past president of his local bar association and certified to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, all California State Courts and multiple Federal Courts. Call now and he will speak to you personally about your case.
Immediately! For the following reasons. The insurance company for negligent party will start building their defense as soon as they are notified of the accident, Usually the same day. They will contact you and attempt to get a recorded statement. They want to talk to you before you have had an opportunity to talk to an attorney.
They want to get as much information as they can from you to exonerate their insured from liability. They will send you a medical release authorizing them to get your medical records from the time of birth. If you don’t seek treatment right away for any reason (perhaps you had no transportation, were forced to go to work, etc.) they will claim you were not really injured, or, if so, that your injuries were not as severe as you contend. Failure to immediately contact an aviation attorney immediately frequently results in loss of valuable evidence.
Cunningham Law Group, a Professional Corporation, have represented accident victims such as you for over forty-two years. It is your job to get well. It is our job to handle all the rest with an eye toward getting the best financial result for you.
The person (and his insurance company) who injured you may be liable for a variety of damages. These include pain and suffering, loss of spousal relations (consortium), loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, medical and rehabilitation costs, past and future, loss of earnings and earning potential, property damage and other types of physical and economic damages that result from the accident. Where the identity of the driver is unknown you may be entitled to recover under the uninsured motorist coverage of your policy (a point frequently missed by persons unrepresented by an attorney). Our goal is to take the pressure off you and your loved-ones, obtain the maximum financial compensation you deserve, allowing your attention to be fully devoted to your physical recovery.