At Law Offices of Aida Shafa Akhavan, APC, we offer legal services for multitude of engagements to meet the needs of our clients. We have joined forces with leading practitioners with decades of experience to enhance our representation of our clients in vast areas of law and a wide range of issues. No case is too big or too small, and every case is treated as the most important case at the firm.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Liability for your slip and fall injury depends on state laws.
A municipality has a duty to pedestrians to keep the sidewalks safe for their intended use. Many jurisdictions require that property owners keep the sidewalks in front of their property safe. Therefore, liability may be on the municipality, the property owner, or both.
Most likely you do not. If you have insurance, your insurance company will most likely provide a lawyer to defend you.
Yes. Landlord/Tenant lawyers deal both with landlord cases and tenant cases.
Please contact us directly to provide an accurate response as it deals directly with the company and lawsuit at hand.
Yes, we can represent people throughout all of California.
If you as a plaintiff win the case against your employer, your employer is required to pay your legal/attorney fees.
Once you have hired us to fight your case we will provide you all of the necessary information to move forward based on your case and situation.
Eviction rules are set in place for a reason. All evictions require a proper legal reason and steps. If those steps are not met, contact our office to receive legal help in the matter.
Yes, a personal injury lawyer can represent you in this matter.
California has a two-year statute of limitations for personal injury cases, including sidewalk falls, against private property owners. However, for cases involving a public entity (city, county, state, federal, or a branch thereof), you must file an administrative claim with the entity or agency within six months from the date of the injury. When suing a city, the potential plaintiff only has 6 months from the date of the accident to file.
California is a comparative negligence state, the amount of compensation you receive also depends on the percentage of liability you had in the accident. There are several different types of compensation for which you may be eligible in a personal injury lawsuit. This compensation includes, but isn’t limited to: Compensation for your past and future medical expenses, loss of wages and loss of future earning capacity, money designed to compensate you for the impact the injury had on your life, such as loss of enjoyment of activities, loss of consortium, pain and suffering, and other damages determined by the court.
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