OUR MONTEREY PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS CAN HELP YOU WITH YOUR CASE

There are many ways in which a government entity or government employee may cause serious injury, death or property damage. Your car might get rear-ended by a city bus. You may trip and fall at the DMV. A fire set by federal park rangers may burn out of control and damage or destroy your home. Road construction may cause you to crash your car. A dangerous condition at a city park may cause your child to be seriously injured. The stop lights at an intersection on a city street may be improperly designed and result in a serious car accident.

If you have been injured, lost a loved one, or suffered property damage as a result of the negligence or other wrongdoing of a government agency or a government employee, contact a personal injury attorney from the Allen Law Firm who has experience filing claims against governmental agencies.

Contact our Monterey government injury attorney or government property damage attorney today at (831) 901-3901 for experienced counsel and aggressive representation!

ADVOCATING YOUR RIGHTS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT

At our firm, we assist individuals and families with personal injury, wrongful death, and property damage claims against federal, state, county and city governments.

We represent clients with claims stemming from:

  • Car accidents caused by poorly designed roads, bad intersections, etc.
  • Accidents and injuries occurring at state, county, or city parks
  • Accidents occurring in school zones
  • Damage to property caused by government activities
  • Motor vehicle accidents involving government employees and government-owned vehicles
  • Injuries occurring on government-owned property or in government buildings or facilities
  • Accidents caused by road construction elements, including improper signage, inadequate warnings of construction, unsafe operation of construction machinery, and more
  • Injuries caused by exposure to toxic substances on government-owned property or released from government-owned facilities


  • Claims against the federal, state or local government adhere to special laws permitting citizens to sue the government for damages caused by the negligent party or otherwise wrongful conduct of government agencies or employees. Whether your injuries are the result of a car accident, unsafe conditions at a park or inadequate safety measures in a road construction zone, our skilled Monterey personal injury lawyers can help you pursue fair compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills, lost wages, and more.

    ASSISTING YOU IN BUILDING YOUR CASE

    When suing the government, you need to file a notice of claim before filing a lawsuit in court. The notice of claim may vary depending on whether you are suing the federal or state government and may vary from one agency to the next. It is typically one to three pages long. In the notice of claim, you must state that you have a claim against certain government employees or government, explain the basic facts surrounding your claim and, in some cases, must state the amount of money you are seeking. The purpose of a notice of claim is to give the government a period of time to investigate your claims. The government may wish to settle your case outside of court. In most cases, however, the government will deny your claim or simply allow the claim to “expire” by failing to settle within a specified period of time and you will need to bring a lawsuit after the notice of claim period expires.

    There are strict time limitations that apply to claims against government agencies. The time limitations are often significantly shorter than the time limits on filing claims against private individuals or corporations. Failure to abide by these time limits may result in dismissal of your claim against the government entity.

    DO NOT DELAY! CONTACT OUR FIRM TODAY

    The government will have their own lawyers on their side – make sure you have an experienced lawyer on yours. It is important that you contact our Monterey government injury attorney or government property damage attorney as soon as possible in order to protect your legal rights. Your initial consultation is free of charge, and you pay no legal fees unless we recover for you. We have flexible appointments, including evening, weekend, home, and hospital visits.

    Ready to make the call? Schedule a consultation with the Allen Law Firm at (831) 901-3901.