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Personal Injury

Personal Injury Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga

If you were in an accident, you may be suffering in many ways. An injury could prevent you from working, taking care of your loved ones, and carrying out daily tasks. Unexpected medical expenses may be getting in the way of other financial goals you had, possibly even preventing you from making ends meet. Some accidents also cause emotional trauma that stays with us long after the physical injury has healed.

Although no amount of money will automatically fix the pain and suffering you’ve endured, it can help you reverse some or all of the subsequent financial damage. It can also send a message to those whose careless actions resulted in this devastating event. At Nguyen Law Group, our personal injury attorney serves Rancho Cucamonga with compassion, respect, and strength. Additionally, we provide support backed by years of experience and a high success rate while charging an affordable rate.

If you were injured in Rancho Cucamonga or surrounding areas, our personal injury lawyer may be able to secure substantial compensation on your behalf. Call (909) 328-6280 or contact us online to get started today.

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How Long Do You Have to File?

To obtain compensation for a personal injury, you must file your claim within a certain time frame. This time limit is called the statute of limitations, and it differs according to state law.

In California, you have either two years after the date of the accident or one year after discovering the injury (whichever comes later) to file your personal injury claim. If you’re filing your claim against a government entity, however, you only have six months to file.

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Meet Our Team
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    Andy Nguyen

    Founder & Managing Attorney

    Attorney Andy Nguyen comes from a diverse and well-rounded educational background. He believes this diversity is what helps him the most in his legal practice, especially in how he closely and thoroughly analyzes cases and treats his clients with respect and compassion. He strongly believes his clients are more than just case files. In every case, he gets to know his client and understand their entire story. This way, he can provide the best legal representation possible for their unique ...
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    Tracy Ecks

    Paralegal

    Background Tracy Ecks has over 10 years of experience working as a paralegal in the Bankruptcy field. Prior to this, Tracy worked in the finance and accounting field. During the recession, however, Tracy was laid off, but utilized the time to further her education at Chaffey College. She received Honors for her Associate’s in Science Business Administration in 2014 as well as Honors for her Associate’s in Science Applied Business in 2015, all the while working as a paralegal. Personal Life ...
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    Jeanie Dixon

    Client Accounts/Billing Manager

    Background Jeanie Dixon majored in accounting and law at Fullerton JC. She began working as a business administrator and later, as a legal assistant for an attorney at a development company. In that position, she prepared briefs, contracts and leases and interacted with clients, employees and principals of the firm in various capacities. As projects were completed, she began leasing units, lease administration, tenant relations, and managing the properties. Jeanie obtained a real estate license, ...
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What Happens if You Were Partially at Fault?

Every state treats fault differently in personal injury cases. California is a pure comparative negligence state, which means the amount of compensation you can receive will lower by your percentage of fault.

If the court decides you were 10% at fault for the accident, for example, you will lose 10% of what you would normally have recovered. If you are more than 50% at fault, you won’t be entitled to any compensation.

Limits to What You Can Receive

Personal injury claims in California allow you to receive compensation for:

  • Economic damages (medical expenses, lost wages, home renovations to accommodate disabilities, etc.); and/or
  • Non-economic damages (pain and suffering, inconvenience, mental anguish, etc.)

Your economic damages must be based on the financial expenses resulting from the accident. Generally, the only hard limit you may experience is the $250,000 cap on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases. Every case is unique, however, and our team at Nguyen Law Group would be more than happy to provide case-specific information about your compensation potential.

Get in Touch with Us Today

You have a limited amount of time to file—and the more time we have to prepare your case, the higher your likelihood of obtaining the compensation you need to support your recovery. At Nguyen Law Group, we see our clients as more than simply case numbers. We understand how devastating this injury may have been for both you and your loved ones. We want to support you in every way we can during this challenging time.

Let’s get started on your claim as soon as possible. We are available 7 days a week to handle your most urgent legal matters. Call (909) 328-6280 or contact us today!

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