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Personal Injury Law

Why Hire A Lawyer After A Serious Car Accident?

Motor vehicle accidents that result in serious injuries are not cut and dry matters. If you were injured in an auto accident involving a car, truck, or motorcycle, you’ll need a proven law firm on your side if you wish to seek maximum compensation for your pain and suffering. Contact us as soon as possible.

We’ll handle all aspects of your case, including:

 

  • Working with accident reconstruction experts to learn how the collision occurred
  • Securing testimonies from medical experts and other professionals
  • Communicating with the insurance company so you don’t have to
  • After a car accident, the amount of time you have to take legal action is limited. If you or someone you love sustained injuries in a car accident that was caused by no fault of your own, involve an attorney in the matter as soon as possible. The days and weeks immediately following your accident are the most crucial. The quicker you act, the better chances you could stand at winning your case.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice claims can arise when a doctor or other health care professional fails to provide competent and reasonably skilled care, and a patient is injured as a result.

Medical malpractice cases are some of the most complex types

Slip and Fall Cases

Slip and fall cases are another very common type of personal injury case. Property owners (or, in some cases, those who are renting property) have a legal duty to keep their premises reasonably safe and free of hazards, so that people who are on the property do not become injured. Of course, not all injuries that occur on the property will lead to liability. The exact nature of a landowner’s legal duty varies depending on the situation and according to the law in place in the state where the injury occurred.

Slip and fall injury claims are usually based on premises liability laws.