A guide to learning your rights
We are trial attorneys and experts in the area of personal injury. Whether you’ve been in an automobile collision or truck accident, a slip-and-fall accident, a construction site accident or were exposed to a harmful substance or injured due to a manufacturer’s dangerous product, you may have grounds for a claim.
Do you have grounds for a personal injury claim?
An overview of potential personal injury situations:
Motor Vehicle Accidents including:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Tractor-Trailer Accidents
- School Bus Accidents
- All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Drunk Drivers
- Distracted Driver Accidents
- Tire Defects/Blowouts
- Uninsured Motorists
- Rear-End Collisions
- Hit-and-Run Accidents
- Head-On Collisions
- Rollover Accidents
- Speeding Accidents
- Seat Belt Defects
- Boat and Watercraft Accidents
- Air Bag Defects
- Gas Tank Defects
- Amputation Accidents
- Car Brake Defects
Personal Injury Including:
Premises Liability including:
What does personal injury mean?
By definition, personal injury is a legal term for any injury to the body, mind or emotions; however, it does not include injury to property. More often than not, personal injury claims happen when the plaintiff’s injury has been caused by another party’s negligence. In these cases, when the negligence of another party can be demonstrated and proven, the injured person may be entitled to financial compensation.
Our trial attorneys and legal experts can help.
Year after year, we have represented clients in all manner of high-level personal injury cases. Insurance companies are often not willing to take responsibility and will seek to deny your claim or offer you less than you are entitled to for recovery. We know how overwhelming this can be, especially when you’re in pain, concerned about missing work or attempting to repair or replace a vehicle. Even worse, if a loved one has died in a fatal accident, you likely are distraught, and not sure how to proceed. We can represent the estate in ﬁling a wrongful death suit and explain in clear language your rights.