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At Omofoma Law, we understand you have many options when choosing an injury attorney and we don’t take the privilege of representing you for granted. We get to know you as a person and don’t view you as just another case. We learn about how your injury has impacted your life and stand with you against insurance companies and corporations that devalue you. We don’t back down and will not be intimidated. As a result, we’ve successfully recovered millions of dollars through settlements and verdicts for our clients.
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Ese Omofoma
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Dedicated to serve my clients with the utmost level of professionalism and tenacity. My work is a privilege, and I'm honored to provide support when it's needed most. When people have been wrongfully injured or have lost a loved one, they often face difficult situations. They shouldn't have to endure unnecessary stress due to insurance companies acting maliciously or unfairly.

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Tips on Handling a Los Angeles Personal Injury Case

If you've been involved in a personal injury incident, it's important to take the necessary steps to protect your rights and maximize your chances of receiving fair compensation for your injuries. Here are some tips on what to do after a personal injury incident:

Seek medical attention:

Your health should be your top priority after an accident. Even if you don't feel like you've been seriously injured, it's important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. Some injuries may not show symptoms immediately, and delaying medical treatment can make your injuries worse.

Report the incident:

If the incident occurred on someone else's property, notify the property owner or manager. If it occurred at work, report it to your employer. If it was a car accident, call the police and report the accident.

Gather evidence:

Take photos of the scene, any vehicles or objects involved, and any visible injuries you sustained. Collect contact information from any witnesses who saw the incident. Keep any relevant documents, such as medical records or police reports.

Contact a personal injury attorney:

A personal injury attorney can help you understand your legal rights and options and can guide you through the process of pursuing compensation for your injuries. They can also communicate with insurance companies and other parties involved in the incident on your behalf.

Keep track of expenses:

Keep track of all expenses related to the incident, such as medical bills, lost wages, and property damage. This information can be used to determine the amount of compensation you are entitled to.

Don't give statements without your attorney present:

If an insurance adjuster or representative from the other party's legal team contacts you for a statement, do not give one without first consulting with your personal injury attorney. Anything you say can potentially be used against you to diminish or deny your claim.

Be careful with social media:

Avoid posting about the incident or your injuries on social media, as these posts can be used against you in court. Even innocent posts, such as pictures of you engaging in activities that suggest you are not seriously injured, can be used to challenge the severity of your injuries.

Follow your doctor's orders:

It's important to follow your doctor's instructions and attend all scheduled medical appointments to document the extent and severity of your injuries. If you fail to follow your doctor's orders, the other party may use this as evidence to argue that your injuries are not as serious as you claim.

Be patient:

Be patient: Personal injury cases can take time to resolve. Your attorney will work to negotiate a settlement with the other party or their insurance company, but if they cannot reach a fair settlement, they may need to file a lawsuit. Be patient throughout the process, and trust that your attorney is working to get you the best possible outcome.

Stay organized:

Keep all documents related to the incident and your injuries in a safe place, such as a folder or file. This includes medical bills, insurance documents, and any correspondence with the other party or their insurance company. Being organized can make the process smoother and easier to manage.

Remember it's important to act quickly after a personal injury incident to protect your rights and maximize your chances of receiving fair compensation. Every personal injury case is unique, and the best course of action will depend on the specific circumstances of your case. Consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury Claim

In California, negligence is determined by the following elements:

Duty of care:

The other party must have owed you a duty of care. For example, if you were involved in a car accident, the other driver had a duty to operate their vehicle in a reasonably safe manner.


The other party's breach of duty must have caused your injuries. For example, if the other driver's texting caused the accident that led to your injuries, their breach of duty caused your injuries.

Breach of duty:

The other party must have breached their duty of care. This means that they failed to act in a reasonably safe manner. For example, if the other driver was texting while driving and caused the accident, they breached their duty of care.


You must have suffered damages because of the other party's breach of duty. Damages can include medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

To prove negligence in a personal injury case, we’ll need to gather evidence to support each of these elements. This can include:

Eyewitness testimony:

If there were witnesses to the incident, their testimony can help establish the other party's breach of duty and causation.

Physical evidence:

Physical evidence, such as photographs of the scene, can help establish the other party's breach of duty and causation.

Medical records:

Your medical records can help establish the extent and severity of your injuries, which can be used to demonstrate the damages you suffered.

Expert testimony:

In some cases, expert testimony may be necessary to establish the other party's breach of duty or causation. For example, an accident reconstruction expert may be able to demonstrate how the other driver's actions caused the accident.

If you believe that you have been injured because of someone else's negligence, it's important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney. An attorney can help you gather the evidence you need to prove your case and work to get you the compensation you deserve.

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