Various types of injuries can be sustained in a personal injury or auto accident. For example, mild traumatic brain injury can occur from a blow to the head or even from a serious auto accident where an actual blow to the head does not occur. You can also sustain injuries from a spinal cord injury from a car accident or a from a fall or from a gunshot wound. Injuries can include injuries to the neck, low back, and broken bones, bruises and abrasions, lacerations, etc.
Injuries may also occur from dog bites, fires, and any number of things. The important point is if you were injured through no fault of your own you are entitled to seek compensation for those injuries against the party responsible for causing your injuries.
PERSONAL INJURY DAMAGES
Personal injury damages are money damages you may recover as a result of being injured through no fault of your own, they include:
Pain and Suffering
Earning Capacity Impairment
Loss of Profits
Repair or Replacement of Property
Loss of wages
The usual time frame in which to file a claim for personal injury is three (3) years from the date of the injury. The statute of limitations against a government agency maybe shorter and the same is true with property damage claims. After a certain amount of time has passed, you may not be eligible to take action against the party responsible for your injuries. Therefore, it is important to contact an attorney within a short time after you have been injured.
PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
You can file a personal injury claim if another person or company has inflicted bodily or emotional harm on you. Personal injury claims encompasses a wide variety of accidents including auto accidents, wrongful death, slip and fall injuries and many others.
Personal injury claims are frequently based upon negligence caused by reckless or careless actions caused by another or by a failure to provide reasonably sage conditions. For example, a driver can be sued for negligence if they rear end your vehicle causing you injuries, run a stop sign or red light, drive intoxicated, and many other situations.
A store is obligated to provide their customers with a safe shopping environment. If falling merchandise or a hazardous floor condition led to you being injured, the store can be sued for negligence.
If you have been injured by the fault of another, call us for a free consultation. We will go over your case with you and give you and honest opinion on the merits of your case.
If we undertake representation on your behalf, you will not be required to pay any money up front. The fee that we earn will be paid from the money we collect on your behalf when your case is resolved.