Personal injury describes physical and mental damages resulting from someone else’s negligence, intentional actions, or strict liability. You may also hear it referred to as tort law.
It is important to remember that personal injury cases require the damage be to you, either physically or mentally, rather than property.
Negligence is used for cases in which the other party failed to act with reasonable care. For example, if you are injured after your car is rear-ended at a red light, you may have a case for personal injury due to negligence. The other driver would be responsible for failing to react to the red light.
In instances of intentional harm, the other party sets out to hurt you. These scenarios include cases of battery, assault, and false imprisonment.
Strict liability holds anyone involved in producing, distributing, or selling a defective product responsible if the product injures someone. Even in the absence of fault or intent, parties may be liable for your injuries.
You deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering. That is why we fight for you. No matter how you received your personal injury, we can help you get the repayment you need.