Personal injury claims allow those injured by the negligence of another to obtain compensation. While many situations can give rise to a valid personal injury claim, just because you are injured does not necessarily mean you are entitled to file a personal injury claim. You must be able to prove the other person or entity is responsible for your injuries, in order to have a solid personal injury claim. The number one cause of personal injury cases in the United States is car accidents, although there are plenty of personal injury claims filed each year as a result of slip and fall accidents, negligent security, medical malpractice claims, dog bites, and intentional torts such as assault and battery.
Any experienced personal injury attorney will tell you that even a simple mistake can derail your entire personal injury claim. Such a mistake can cost you a much-deserved settlement.
According to Driver Knowledge, there are as many as six million car accidents across the United States each year, with more than 90 fatalities from these accidents.
Following the death of a loved one caused by another, give us a call to seek damages and hold the negligent party responsible.
Motorcycle accidents, like truck accidents, can leave the more vulnerable motorcyclist with serious, even catastrophic injuries.
According to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, there were 5,977 pedestrians killed in 2017 after being struck by a vehicle.
According to research done by Stonehill and Providence Colleges, although ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft have led to a reduction in DUIs and accidents.
When your trust in a medical provider is betrayed, seek the help of a malpractice attorney to hold the negligent party responsible.