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Important Personal Injury Information For Your Case
Key Terms in Personal Injury Law
If you have suffered an injury due to the fault of another, you may have a personal injury claim for compensation for your damages. The injuries may be to you or your property, or you may bring a claim on behalf of a loved one who was injured, or for the wrongful death of a parent, spouse, or child.
Personal injury law can encompass a vast number of different injuries and causes of those injuries. We provide a glossary of key personal injury terms for your convenience.
Preparing to Meet with Your Personal Injury Attorney
If you have been injured in an accident or have suffered injury, it’s important to speak to an attorney. Before meeting with us, we ask that you prepare information relating to your injury so that we may better understand your case. This checklist provides different types of information you may be asked to bring to our initial meeting.
What to Expect in a Personal Injury Lawsuit
To have a personal injury claim, you (or a loved one) must have been injured due to the negligence of another. Injuries are often physical in nature, but they do not have to be; some injuries are emotional. The type and cause of injury may vary greatly depending on the circumstances of your case. In such a claim, the plaintiff (the injured person) must determine who is responsible for the injuries suffered, establish that person’s negligence, and show the court the type and amount of losses incurred in order to be awarded compensation for injuries.
Our Record of Success
$1.3 Million for Traumatic Stroke as the Result of an Automobile Accident
$3.7 Million for Catastrophic Injuries as a Result of an Improperly Loaded Vehicle
$57 Million for Catastrophic Injuries as a Result of a Defective Automobile Seat
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