Frequently Asked Questions

Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Attorneys at Law has the Answers You Need

In practice for more than 6 decades, Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Attorneys at Law has more than 35 attorneys throughout Southern California aggressively advocating for individuals harmed by the careless actions of others. Our San Diego personal injury attorneys have provided counsel and clarity for thousands of clients. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions we have encountered.

If you have a question that is not answered below, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you in your inquiry.

  • What is a personal injury claim?

    Personal injury claims provide a legal option for individuals seeking compensation for injuries incurred from another's negligence. These injuries may be the result of an accident, careless or reckless actions, long-term exposure to a harmful environment or a product defect. Examples include personal bodily injury, disability or wrongful death.
  • What are types of personal injury cases?

    Personal injury cases are extremely varied. Personal injury cases can be caused by any product, environment, or accident that harms an individual. Some examples of personal injury cases include defective products, auto accidents, medical malpractice, workplace injuries and wrongful death.
  • How is fault proven in a personal injury case?

    Determining who or what entity is precisely at fault is complex, but crucial, in any personal injury claim. It may be an individual or larger corporation. It is often multiple responsible parties. Deciphering who is liable is an intricate process that takes skilled investigation and gathering of facts. At Klein, DeNatale, Goldner, Attorneys at Law, we employ a full-time, in-house investigator and a team of experts to research and examine the details of each of our cases.
  • What damages can be collected in a personal injury case?

    Personal injury claims seek compensation for all types of damages and loss caused by a negligent action. These damages can be physical, financial and emotional. Some of the monies that may be garnered include reimbursements for medical bills, property loss, interruptions to employment, and posttraumatic stress.
  • Do I have to accept an inadequate settlement from an insurance company?

    In one word, no. Regardless of who is the policyholder, either you or the responsible party, you have the right to legally challenge any insurance company if they offer a poor settlement or refuse to pay. Insurers are corporations, primarily concerned with their financial bottom line. In order to keep up their profit margins, they will often employ unscrupulous tactics to delay or underpay claims. This practice is referred to as bad faith insurance.

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