1.Extensive Trial Experience: With a wealth of experience in personal injury law, I specialize in navigating the intricacies of trials, ensuring your case is presented comprehensively and effectively.
2.Client-Centric Approach: Your well-being is my top priority. I offer personalized attention to the unique aspects of your case, guiding you through the legal process with dedication and care.
3.Proven Success: I have a track record of successfully litigating personal injury cases, securing favorable verdicts for my clients. Your satisfaction and justice are at the forefront of my legal representation.
1.Car Accidents: If you’ve been injured in a car accident, I meticulously prepare for trial, aiming to establish liability and secure fair compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and more.
2.Slip and Fall Cases: Holding negligent property owners accountable, I advocate for your rights in trial, ensuring you receive due compensation for injuries sustained on their premises.
3.Workplace Injuries: When workplace injuries lead to legal disputes, I bring my trial expertise to workers’ compensation claims, fighting for your rights and fair compensation.
As your dedicated trial lawyer in LA, I am committed to providing legal support that aligns with your unique needs and the specific demands of trial proceedings.
Dealing with the aftermath of an injury can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to face it alone. Reach out to me, Seydi A. Morales, your dedicated Personal Injury Lawyer in Reseda, for personalized legal support. Let’s work together to secure your rights and pursue the justice you deserve.
Personal injury includes any harm to a person's body, emotions, or reputation, as opposed to harm to property rights.
Yes, emotional distress is a type of personal injury. Personal injury encompasses physical, emotional, or psychological harm.
To prove emotional distress in court:
1. Show the intensity of your emotional distress.
2. Demonstrate the duration of the distress.
3. Establish any related bodily harm.
4. Identify the underlying cause.
5. Provide a doctor's note if available.
Yes, you can sue for emotional distress, but it's a complex process. Success depends on meeting specific criteria.
Evidence may include therapy records, medication use, and changes in personal or professional life. Showing a pattern and progression of emotional distress can also be persuasive.
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