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If You're a Person Without Legal Documents in the United States

As you know, your undocumented status is somewhat controversial in the United States.

However, California has a long history of protecting the rights of undocumented people, especially when it comes to filing personal injury claims.

A plaintiff’s immigration status is not admissible at trial in California, nor is the defendant or defense attorneys allowed to discover this information.

This means that undocumented individuals are entitled to full compensation in personal injury claims, regardless of their immigration status, and the plaintiff does not have to fear deportation as a result of a personal injury lawsuit.

Your immigration status cannot be part of the court file.

In case you have a car accident that was caused by another person, contact an injury lawyer who is an expert in this type of case, and help you with your claim with the insurers to obtain fair compensation and help you recover from your injuries.

So, if you are injured in a car accident, the first thing you should do is schedule a free consultation with Weinberg Law Offices, there may be strategies for seeking compensation that are not immediately known.

Our goal is to present our clients with all of their options from day one.

We will take care of handling your case and we will communicate with you constantly to keep you informed on all aspects of your case.

To schedule a free consultation with the attorneys at Weinberg Law Offices, please call us at 818-697-1079 or contact us online.

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As a personal injury attorney, my mantra is that there is no such thing as a “small case”. I will give 100% matter how big or small a case may be. I am fluent in English, Hebrew, and Spanish, languages which I use regularly in my practice.

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