Rancho Cucamonga's Best Accident Injury Lawyer
Napolin is a 100% plaintiff-side personal injury lawyer. This means that he never defends any insurance companies.
Napolin is a born native of Orange County. He graduated Troy High School and completed California State University, Fullerton in 2008 when he received two B.A. degrees, in American Studies and Business Administration. He earned his law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, California.
Napolin's notable cases include Sanchez v. Children's Dental Group and Spencer v. Stephen Paddock; MGM Resorts. He is currently working alongside the best trial attorneys on various cases involving catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death.
Napolin is dedicated to helping people with injuries of all magnitudes. If you are injured and need help, then you should submit your case for review.
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My Case Results Are Meaningful To Me, But My Greatest Achievement Is The Overall Positive Impact My Work Has On The Life Of Each Of My Clients. Remember, Past Case Results Are Not A Guarantee Of Success On Your Case.
- Alexander Napolin Esquire
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Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that can be very dangerous. There are more than 3 million US cases of obstructive sleep apnea every year. People with this condition often feel extreme fatigue. Imagine a fatigued driver on the road. Imagine a truck driver with this condition. That can be dangerous as it makes…Read More...
Distracted driving has proven to be one of the main causes of car accidents. When people hear the word distraction, they often think of using cell phones, eating or drinking or talking to other passengers in the car. However, there are other distractions that can lead to serious accidents. In-vehicle infotainment systems. With technology, cars…Read More...
School buses are a type of motor vehicles. They are common carriers of more than 11 students. They are strictly regulated by the government making them the safest vehicles on the road. Therefore, children are safer riding a school bus than travelling by car. However, that does not mean children are less likely to be…Read More...
Parking Lot Accidents are very common. Thousands of crashes take place in parking lots and structures every year. They are riskier than most of us think because there is lots of movement occurring at once in a relatively small space. There are people walking, cars pulling out of spots, drivers searching for posts, and others…Read More...
Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common causes of small and serious fatalities. They can occur in any place and can have many causes. Depending on their facts, a slip and fall claim may be categorized as a personal injury or workers compensation claim. Slip and fall accidents represent 12% of hospital…Read More...
The Dangers of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Drunk driving or driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the biggest problems in the United States. We hear of accidents and death caused by drunk driving everywhere. At least 30 people die everyday as a result of DUI accidents. That is one person killed…Read More...
In our roads, we have cars, motorcycles, bicycles and scooters. This indicates the importance of sharing the road. Most cities are now equipped with bike lanes to protect bicyclists from potential accidents. However, there are still lots of cities that don’t have bike lanes. This increases the likelihood of bicycle accidents. Bicycle accidents can be…Read More...
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Personal Injury Law Basics
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Personal injury law covers a variety of situations where harm is caused to an individual through the wrongful conduct of another. Some common types includes: Premises Liability (Slip & Fall); Negligence (Automobile Collision); Strict Liability (Dog Bite); Intentional Tort (Assault & Battery). The definition of personal injury law is very broad. It includes any situation where the actions of a person harm another person in a foreseeable manner. Personal injury law, or tort law to lawyers, also covers the remedies available to the injury victim. The word "tort" is a Latin term meaning "twist, improper, or harm." The most common remedy is money damages awarded by a jury after a civil trial. The person who causes the harm is known as the "tortfeasor" and the person sustaining the harm is often referred to as the victim, plaintiff, or claimant. Need help knowing if you have a case or not under personal injury law? You need to get personal injury legal advice from an accident injury attorney like Napolin.
Personal Injury Law More Specifically Defined
A personal injury lawsuit is brought by private lawyers in civil court. Criminal charges are charged by lawyers who work for the government. While both could be brought simultaneously for the same conduct, each is a distinct case with different procedures. A civil court case brought by a private lawyer seeks money damages for the victim's injuries. A criminal court case seeks incarceration and/or restitution against the defendant. Both cases focus on the conduct of the defendant, but the civil case seeks money damages for the victim instead of punishment for the perpetrator. You can hire a lawyer to bring a civil case even if the government is not pursuing criminal charges against the person who injured you.
Money damages can be awarded by a jury to cover a wide variety of injuries so long as they are the foreseeable consequence of the defendant's actions. These include emotional, physical, psychological and financial. Under personal injury law, the injury victim must prove that it is more likely than not that their version of events is true. And that those events violated the law, requiring the defendant to pay the plaintiff for the consequences of the defendant's actions. Money damages recovered may be related to medical expenses, long term health care, loss of employment, loss of earning capacity, lost wages, damaged or destroyed property. Furthermore, there's also financial recovery with regard to non-economic injuries. For example, suffering, pain, psychological pain, inconvenience, diminished happiness of daily life, as well as stress and anxiety.
Hiring Attorneys For Your Personal Injury
Have you been injured by the neglect of another through no fault of your own? If so, you will need an experienced accident injuries lawyer to help you navigate the process and advocate for you in a court of law if necessary. You should contact an attorney immediately for advice before speaking to your insurance company or to the other driver's insurance company about the details of the accident or the extent of your injuries. If the other insurance company or your insurance company contacts you offering to fix your automobile, go ahead and allow them to inspect your vehicle. But don't be fooled into sharing information with insurance companies about your injuries or the specifics of the accident until speaking with an attorney. Why? Because the main goal of the insurance company is to discount your injuries and use your statements out of context to deny your claim and pay you as little money as possible. By hiring an attorney, you will have the benefit of putting up a barrier between you and the insurance company so that you can build the strongest case possible. Remember, personal injury law is all about money damages. And a stronger case means a higher settlement.
An attorney can help you find the appropriate doctor to treat you for your injuries, usually on a lien basis so private health insurance is not even required. A reputable accident attorney will also help collect appropriate evidence including medical evidence to prepare for the litigation phase of the case. This is why getting a lawyer early on in the fact gathering and investigation phase. Failing to properly collect evidence and document bodily harm can significantly devalue a claim. In addition, a good lawyer will provide you with advice from the insight they have obtained from their experience working on other cases that you will need in order to make the best decisions throughout the legal process.