Ontario Personal Injury Attorneys
People commit negligent and dangerous acts every day, injuring innocent victims and causing undue financial hardship. In these situations, the victims deserve justice. Filing a personal injury lawsuit in California civil court enables these individuals to recover money for the damages that they suffered.
If you are injured due to someone else’s actions, you may be eligible for financial compensation—and Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP can help. Our Ontario personal injury attorneys will leverage our breadth of resources, knowledge, and expertise to craft a compelling case in your favor.
Why Choose Our Ontario Personal Injury Attorneys
- Our attorneys have a strong track record of success. We have recovered over $5 billion on behalf of our clients.
- Our firm accepts cases on a contingency fee basis. If we do not secure a financial award in your case, you will not be charged any legal fees.
- For more than 80 years, our attorneys have fought for the right of injured Californians in personal injury lawsuits. We have the skills and experience to represent the most complex injury claims.
Common Types of Personal Injury Claims
A personal injury lawsuit arises when you suffer harm to your mind, body, or emotions as a result of another’s actions. Intentional acts of violence and professional malpractice may lead to a personal injury lawsuit. In many cases, however, the negligence of another person or entity is the cause of the plaintiff’s injury.
At Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP, our attorneys represent Ontario residents in several types of personal injury lawsuits. Some of the cases that we handle include, but are not limited to, the following.
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Premises liability claims
- Dog bites
- Burn injuries
- Nursing home abuse
- Pedestrian accidents
- Wrongful death
How to Prove a Personal Injury Lawsuit in California
To secure compensation in a personal injury lawsuit, you will need to show that the defendant’s actions caused your accident and resulting injuries. After a thorough investigation, you and your lawyer will gather enough evidence to prove four important facts.
- Duty: The at-fault party owed you a duty of care at the time of the incident. For example, drivers have a duty to drive safely and follow traffic laws. Property owners and landlords have a duty to maintain safe premises and respond to repair requests.
- Breach of Duty: The at-fault party breached his or her duty of care through a negligent act or failure to act. For example, a landlord who fails to repair a set of stairs after repeated requests breaches his or her duty of care.
- Causation: The at-fault party’s breach of duty caused your injuries. For example, if you fall through a set of broken stairs, the accident would not have occurred if the landlord had repaired them.
- Damages: You sustained damages that you can collect in your lawsuit. These damages may include medical expenses, emotional distress, property damage, and lost wages.
Your Ontario personal injury attorney from Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP can help you gather the evidence necessary to prove each of these elements. By leveraging our skills, experience, and breadth of resources, we can craft a compelling case for your right to recovery.
Contact Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP Today
Are you recovering from a personal injury? The attorneys at Rose, Klein & Marias, LLP can represent your lawsuit against the at-fault party and secure the settlement that you deserve. Contact us today to discuss your legal options with an Ontario personal injury attorney.