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Personal InjuryThe Law offices of Bita Hamidi also has as part of our practice Personal Injury Attorneys serving Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, and the Inland Empire all over Southern California. One of our staff experienced in personal injury cases is ready to answer your questions regarding an auto accident, dog bite, bicycle or motorcycle accident, and help you through the maze of doctors and insurance issues that are typically part of a personal injury lawsuit. Our firm has experience in settling and trying personal injury cases, and we are on call for you 7 days a week to assist you.

Personal injury lawsuits in California are the result of someone's negligence toward another, causing the person asserting the claim to suffer emotional or physical injuries, property or economic losses, such as medical bills, or other damages stemming from a bodily injury. General negligence is defined as not exercising prudent care, under circumstances where a reasonable person would do so. In order to prevail in a California personal injury case, an attorney must prove negligence, that is to say, that the defendant (negligent party) was responsible for your personal injuries, and that, but for his negligence towards you, you would not have been injured.