e-Delivery Project

The Los Angeles Superior Court e-Delivery project allows for the electronic submission of documents for general jurisdiction personal injury (PI) cases.
About the Project

  • Only personal injury submissions will be accepted
  • Accommodates both initial and subsequent filing
  • Available solely for cases not deemed complicated pending in the following general jurisdiction personal injury courtrooms:

    - Michael Antonovich Antelope Valley Courthouse, Departments A14 and A15.

    - Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Departments 91, 92, 93, 97 and 98

  • Government filers are exempt from filing fees
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How to register:
Attorney Service Companies
Attorney service companies wishing to take part in the project can contact efile@journaltech.com or call 877.587.8927 Option 5.

Law Firms
Law firms wishing to participate in the project can now register online by creating an account without contacting Journal Technologies.

Self-Represented
Self-Represented parties can now register online by creating an account without contacting Journal Technologies.
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Sensitive Information
Sensitive personal information must be removed or redacted. Sanctions can be imposed for including Social Security and Financial Information in filed documents... (read more)
Per-use Fees
A $4.95 eFiling Service Provider fee plus 2.75% of any Court filing fee will be collected for each electronic submission through this website. This is in addition to any regular Court filing fees.
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