About Personal Injury Law
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal Injury law is the practice of negotiating for clients who have been injured or suffered damages where another party is primarily responsible. Personal Injury attorneys conduct discovery, file and follow up on claims, defend their clients from accusations of liability, and reach settlement agreements with defendant entities.
Personal injury law holds parties liable for the injuries and damages that they cause to others as a result of their negligent or intentional misconduct. Personal injury falls under tort law.
The other primary consideration is negligence. If a responsible person or organization does not take reasonable care to prevent possible injury or loss and due to their negligence, an injury occurs, they become liable, and victims may file a claim to recoup their losses.
The bottom line in personal injury law is that there are damages and there is liability. When a claimant is injured or suffers harm in some way and it is someone else’s fault, they can make a personal injury liability claim against the responsible party for damages and compensation. Nesbit Law Group provides legal services on behalf of plaintiffs to help them make a claim for injury damages.
How Nesbit Law Group can help you.
Most injury cases are resolved based on proving negligence. Personal injury law firms specialize in uncovering facts supporting claimants’ cases, negotiating successfully with businesses and their insurers, and advocating before the court, if necessary, to produce the maximum possible award settlement. We assess facts, provide court evidence and argue your case to win appropriate compensation for your claim. We do not receive any compensation unless you win your case.
More than 20 years experience
Nesbit Law Group was founded in 2003 in Manchester, England. Rising rapidly as a successful personal injury, auto rental and fraud claims firm, the practice has been awarded a number of professional awards for courtroom success and client satisfaction. In 2018, founder Alan Nesbit dissolved his European company and relocated to Los Angeles, California, becoming the first, and possibly the only, licensed British personal injury attorney in that city.
Alan qualified in the UK as a solicitor in 1999 and took and passed the California State Bar in 2015. He is known for his exceptional attention to detail, promptness and thoroughness of communication, and an unwavering commitment to bringing about fair and equitable cash settlements for his clients. Contact Alan for a no-cost consultation regarding your specific legal circumstances today.
Types of Personal Injury Claims
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall
- Product Liability
- Dangerous/Defective Products
- Auto Defects Accident
- Animal Attacks
- Sports-Related Head Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Wrongful Death Causes
- Vicarious Liability
- Broken Bone and Scarring
I really recommend using Alan’s legal services over any of the over-advertised L.A. accident attorneys. He’s really trustworthy, which is a rare quality in this industry.
If you’ve been injured, we can help. Contact us today.
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Nesbit Law Group is a Los Angeles medical specialty law firm which helps physicians negotiate unpaid fees with insurers and obtain settlements for unpaid bills, and assists individuals and businesses in recovering damages due to accidents, malpractice, tortious misconduct and other areas of injury law. Alan Nesbit is the founder and principal attorney.
Private investigation service Independent Accident Investigations Limited aided Nesbit Law Group behalf of a minor plaintiff, resulting in a substantial settlement against insurers of local township.
For most people, being involved in an auto collision which was not their fault can be very distressing! It’s essential to try and stay calm and gather information that you can use later to build your claim.
Businesses must follow a minimum level of workplace safety regulation before you can work for them. If your employer does not comply with these regulations and you are injured, you may be entitled to make a claim for damages.