Hollywood Personal Injury Lawyers

Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law: Who We Are

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When you trust Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law to assist you with your personal injury claim, you will have the full range of our knowledge and experience on your side. We are client-focused and committed to exceptional service.

We work diligently to protect your legal rights and help you get the justice you deserve. We assist Hollywood personal injury clients who have suffered injuries and other damages due to the negligence or wrongful actions of another party. We fight to help you recover the compensation you deserve for all of your economic and non-economic damages.

At Starpoint, you will find Hollywood personal injury lawyers who care about the area we serve and strive to make our community a better place to live, work, and play. One initiative we offer is a free ride program for anyone who has been drinking during the holidays.

If you are drinking in Santa Monica on Christmas Eve and need to get to your in-laws' in West Hollywood by midnight, don't drive. Instead, call a rideshare service or a cab, and we will foot the bill. 

We don't just come into town on Mulholland Drive, put in our 8 hours, and take off. Instead, we take an active role in building a safer, happier, and healthier Hollywood for everyone.

Experience and Practice Areas

Our experienced legal team will handle every aspect of your case, providing highly personalized service and proactive communication.. Our Hollywood injury lawyers’ primary practice areas include:

  1. Car accidents, 
  2. Truck accidents,
  3. Motorcycle accidents,
  4. Pedestrian accidents
  5. Slip and fall accidents,
  6. Dog bites,
  7. Defective products,
  8. Wrongful death cases, and
  9. Brain injuries.

Because we only handle personal injury cases, we bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table for you. With that level of focus comes a level of personal service and attention to detail that the mega-firms you see advertised on TV can't match.

What You Should Not Do After Suffering a Personal Injury

Many Hollywood injury attorney websites focus on what you should do after a personal injury. Giving information on what someone should do is valuable, and it is an essential part of our job. With that said, we'd like to switch things up (as Hollywood likes to do) and tell you what you should NOT do after suffering a personal injury.

Don't Retaliate

If someone injures you, do not retaliate. If you slip on a wet floor at a supermarket, don't yell, threaten employees, push, or react physically in any way against them. If you retaliate and cause injury, you may find yourself liable for civil damages and potentially facing criminal charges.

Don't Brush it Off

After an injury that doesn't require immediate medical care, it may be tempting to ignore the incident, avoid conflict, and move on. You may want to brush it off to smooth things over and move on with your life, but doing so could be costly. Not all injuries are apparent right away. A seemingly minor injury may turn into a serious injury if ignored. Seek medical care as soon as possible. and make sure you have the information of the person who injured you.

Don't Deny Being Injured

Don't act tough and deny that you might have sustained an injury. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Cruise, and a host of other Hollywood actors have that covered. Denying that you are injured will only make it more difficult to recover compensation for your damages.

Don't Admit Fault

When someone else injures you, saying 'oh, it was my fault' to reduce tension at the moment might be tempting. Even if you feel intimidated or pressured to accept blame, don't do it. If you sustain an injury caused by someone else, it is not your fault.

If you were partially at fault, that determination is for courts, insurance companies, and lawyers to make. Even if you are clearly not at fault, any statement in which you admit to having blame -- even partially -- will be used against you.

As a pure comparative negligence state, California law bases damages recoverable solely on the percentage of each party's negligence or fault. Because of the comparative negligence rule, if you suffer an injury by someone else's actions, don't say it was your fault to be polite and defuse the situation. Doing so may help momentarily, but it can also substantially undermine your claim and your ability to recover compensation for your damages.

Don't Give Out Unnecessary Personal Information

After suffering an injury, do not give out unnecessary personal information. Don't bring up what you do as a hobby or in your spare time. Don't bring up prior injuries, sports you participate in, or other activities you engage in. Don't even mention your job. Unnecessary information you volunteer about yourself could serve to shift fault. 

For example, if you slip and fall in a store and hurt your back in the process, don't bring up the fact that you played rugby in college. If you volunteer such information, the store's insurance company could allege that your back injury already existed. There’s no need to lie, of course, but limit the information you give at the scene to only that which is necessary to report the incident and proceed with a claim.

Common Injuries We Handle at Startpoint

The Hollywood injury lawyers at Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law, have seen it all. From on-set accidents to car crashes, we have worked with a wide variety of different injuries. Some of the most common injuries we work with are:

  • Broken or fractured bones;
  • Traumatic brain injuries;
  • Soft-tissue injuries to the neck or back;
  • Cuts, scrapes, and 'road rash';
  • Emotional trauma or mental anguish; and
  • Internal injuries.

Bear in mind that this is only a partial list of injuries we can assist you with. No matter what type of injury you sustained, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you recover the compensation you deserve.

When Is it Time to Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?

If you are injured due to the actions of another party, contact a Hollywood personal injury lawyer right away. If necessary, seek emergency medical treatment first. However, if the injury does not require emergency treatment, you may want to contact a Hollywood personal injury attorney before going to the doctor.

Your lawyer will be familiar with local medical providers and may be able to recommend a trusted doctor for your specific injury type. Your lawyer can also help by advising what documentation you should get from the doctor and what questions will be most beneficial to ask your medical treatment providers.

You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers.

Have you been injured? Contact us today. Our website features a 24/7 live chat function so you can ask us any questions you might have before giving us a call.

Our goal is to provide you with the best client service possible, get you the best results possible, and be an active part of the Hollywood community. Call to schedule your free consultation or to speak to one of our Hollywood personal injury lawyers now.