Thursday, June 23, 2011
An Experienced Attorney can assist in getting their client fully compensated
You're Injured, Now What?
An update to keep you informed on personal injury situations.
Whenever someone is seriously injured by someone else’s negligence, there is a question as to whether the negligent party has any money to pay for the damage. If the negligent party does not have any property or any other assets of consequence, that is when the benefit of an experienced personal injury attorney such as The Law Offices of Kennith L. Peterson come in.
If you are dealing with an automobile accident, it will be important to determine whether or not the negligent party was acting within the course and scope of his employment. If so, the employer can be responsible for the negligent acts of their employee. Even if the employee has a minimal 15/30 policy, if they caused the injury while acting in the course and scope of their employment, the employer will be held just as responsible as the driver. Before settling any claim where the actual damages exceed policy limits, it is critical to determine whether or not the driver was acting in the course and scope of his employment at the time of the accident. The Law Offices of Kennith L. Peterson serves the communities of Placentia, Yorba Linda, Fullerton, Brea, Tustin, and Anaheim. When evaluating personal injury claims the attorneys will carefully evaluate all potential sources of recovery for their client. In order to insure a full and adequate recovery for your personal injury claim it is important to enlist the services of competent personal injury attorneys such as the ones that you will find with the Law Offices of Kennith L. Peterson.