Do You Have A Case?

Find out if you have an injury claim by answering 3 basic questions:

  1. Liability – In definition, it’s the act of being accountable for something, in particular by law. Can you establish that a person or company was fully and/or partly negligent in causing your injuries?
  2. Damages – In short, it’s the amount of money claimed or awarded for a loss or injury. Can you demonstrate that you have been injured in some way?
  3. Causation – It’s the relationship between an event/accident and a possible cause. Can you prove that someone or a company’s negligence was the cause of your injury?

The Difference An Injury Lawyer Makes

If you are suddenly injured, it can be legally challenging to validate liability, damages and causation. While most cases involve state-statute of limitations, it’s also necessary to complete a comprehensive account of case evidence, medical assessments and eye-witness accounts. A personal injury lawyer can be the difference in fairly compensating you for losses and injuries sustained.

There are a variety of different personal injury cases that lead to a victim getting the money they deserve when someone else’s negligence causes them harm. Every situation is unique, and can be particularly complex to prove when evidence, liability and especially the right lawyer aren’t aligned.

Types of Personal Injury Cases

Below are some of the most common types of personal injury cases.

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