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Farar & Lewis LLP is a top rated law firm, with over 40 years of combined experience. Our attorneys have won over $100 million, in combined verdicts and settlements for our clients. You deserve compensation for your pain and suffering, and it's our job to get it for you.

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Personal Injury Lawyers

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Personal Attention

At Farar & Lewis LLP, we pride ourselves on our ability to be there for our clients, 24/7 when tragedy or questions arise. Every single one of our clients has access to their assigned lawyer.
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Respected Los Angeles Car Accident Lawyers

We’re proud to say that our personal injury lawyers in Los Angeles, are recognized as leaders in the state of California. Our firm has won millions, in compensation for our clients.
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No Fee Ever. Unless We Win.

Our Los Angeles personal injury attorneys are on your team. That means we’re with you 100% of the way. We prove this, by never charging any upfront fees.
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Risk Free Consultation. No Upfront Fees-

It's simple. There's NO upfront fee for our services. We offer a risk free consultation.

A Practice Dedicated Exclusively To Helping Injury Victims

If you have been injured in an auto accident or another type of accident that you did not cause, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified California personal injury attorney who knows the law and has the ability to secure the compensation you deserve. At the law firm of Farar & Lewis LLP, we represent Southern California clients through some of the most difficult times of their lives.

We know how overwhelming it can be for injury victims to deal with overzealous insurance adjusters who want to settle their claims for as little as possible. We take the burden of the legal issues off your shoulders and work directly with the insurance company to negotiate a settlement that provides the medical care and financial support necessary to facilitate your recovery. If a fair settlement cannot be negotiated, we will take your case to court.

Our Iron-Clad Commitment To YOU

We are committed to you and your right to no-nonsense legal representation, timely communication and full compensation. We pride ourselves on providing punctual and honest case assessments.

Our team of trial lawyers has over 40 years of combined experience, fighting on behalf of victims all over the state of California. get a free consultation

RECENT CASE RESULTS

Motorcyclist Suffers From Automobile Accident
600,000.00
SETTLEMENT
Premises Liability/Trip and Fall
300,000
SETTLEMENT
Premises Liability/Trip and Fall
1,300,000.00
SETTLEMENT
Auto vs. Auto
500,000
SETTLEMENT
Pedestrian suffers from automobile accident
240,000.00
SETTLEMENT
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What Information Do I Need After A Car Accident?

After a car accident, things can feel confusing and stressful. That’s to be expected. There’s still some things you need to remember as long as you are able to. Many people aren’t even able to move after a car accident, and if you’re severely injured, it’s best to leave the police to sort through the scene and get names and other things. If you’re able to keep your wits about you and don’t feel injured, it’s okay to assess the scene and then exchange information with the other driver.

What information do you need?

Many people are experiencing their first auto accident and simply don’t know what they should do first. If you’re going to be one of those people, it’s a good thing you’ve found this information. Now you’ll know better how to proceed if you’re ever in an accident. While preventing accidents is top priority, most people eventually get into at least a fender bender that needs to be reported for insurance purposes (sometimes). If so, here’s what you’re going to need from the other driver:

– Their name
– Their phone number
– Their home address

Other relevant information to communicate might be email, but if you’re not much of an online person, no worries. Name, phone number, and home address gives you both the information you need to communicate after an accident. Some people will want insurance information as well: This means that you give them YOUR information and they give YOU theirs.

Not making statements

After a car accident, things can be hectic and it’s a natural human instinct to want to communicate with another driver about what just happened. Many people might be angry if the accident wasn’t their fault. It’s important to keep your cool and not make official statements at the scene of the accident to the other driver. And while you want to give the police what they need for their report, it’s not your obligation to give a long, drawn out, official statement about the accident. Answer questions but don’t reveal more information than you need to. This helps your lawyer later on.

And of course it might be instinct to want to talk to the other driver, it’s never a good idea to give more information than you have to give. Make the amount of information you give equal to the amount of information you receive, and never let your emotions get out of control at the scene of the accident, no matter how frustrated and angry you might be. And if you’re the victim of a negligent driver, you’re certainly going to have some out of control emotions. Do your best to contain them and get the info you need to move forward with a claim or even a lawsuit.

Contacting a lawyer

Lawyers are able to make sense of the accident you just suffered through in ways that you just can’t. The law protects innocent drivers from negligent ones, and your lawyer will know how to handle your case in a way that you just won’t. The basics of information at the scene of the accident are there for practical purposes. The other driver needs to tell their insurance about the accident, so knowing your information will help them report the accident more clearly. There are other types of information they simply don’t need, so never volunteer more information than you need to at the scene of the accident, and always, always keep your emotions under control as much as possible.

Your future lawyer will thank you for this etiquette at the scene of the accident. It makes their job much, much easier later on. To sum things up, you should only exchange basic information with the other driver at the scene of the accident, and you are under no obligation to volunteer information, discuss your feelings, or get into a full conversation after the accident.

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