Personal injury claims seek compensation for injuries to the person that result from another person’s negligent conduct. Personal injuries are usually physical injuries, although they include the emotional consequences
Compensation for accident injuries is awarded for both financial and nonfinancial losses. Financial losses include lost wages and out-of-pocket costs, including medical expenses, that are caused by another person’s
Accidents cause physical, emotional, and financial pain. When an accident occurs outside of the workplace, accident victims are usually entitled to compensation from a person whose carelessness caused the injury.
Most American states allow car accident victims to sue drivers for injury compensation if the driver’s negligence caused their injuries. Although state laws differ regarding liability when the injury victim shares
When you see a personal injury firm’s commercial on television, you might be left with the impression that personal injury cases are exclusively auto accident injuries. While many personal injury claims are from auto accidents
There are many, many reasons why a person could suffer from hearing loss. Hearing loss can be age-related, hereditary, can slowly occur over a number of years due to noise exposure, or can be caused by an injury. If you experience hearing loss, you should not
Insurance companies frequently play a very important role in personal injury litigation. Accordingly, there are some things you need to know about how to deal (or how not to deal) with insurance companies when you are looking to maximize the chances of appropriate compensation in your case.
Car accidents can range from minor fender benders to catastrophic, and each car accident has a unique set of circumstances. So, it can be a challenge to make an estimate as to the amount of compensation you should receive in any given case. That said, under Florida law, there are various categories of damages that you can receive when you are the victim of a car accident, which was caused by another driver’s negligence.
We understand that you may be surprised by that answer. A minor fender bender where no one was injured does not seem to require the hassle of getting anyone else involved, especially an attorney. However, there are a number of considerations surrounding a car accident, however minor it might be. Plus, getting some preliminary advice from an attorney is no cost to you. Does that change the rationale a little? If so, read on.
Slip and fall accidents are part of the personal injury field of law. While the term implies a fall from actually slipping and falling down, it actually covers much more than that.