Personal injury lawsuits are filed by those who have been injured due to someone else’s negligence. The injury may be emotional, mental, or physical. The goal of a personal injury case is typically to determine who was at-fault for the accident and to hold that person or group responsible for any damages owed to the victim, which can include compensation for lost wages, medical bills, or pain and suffering.
Involved in a motorcycle, plane, truck, bicycle, or car accident? If so, this is considered a transportation accident. Other cases often include injuries suffered in a bus, boat, or train accident.
Been injured on the job? If you have, this kind of personal injury is considered a work related accident, and can include injuries or accidents that occur any place you are employed.
Premises Liability Claims
Have you suffered an injury on another’s property? If so, this type of accident would be considered a premises liability or slip and fall accident case, which typically relate to the failure to fix or warn of potentially hazardous conditions.
Did you or a loved one suffer injury from a dog bite or attack? If this is the case, a dog bite claim may be pursued in which the dog’s owner may be held liable for your pain and suffering as well as medical expenses.
Nursing Home Abuse
Has someone you loved been abused in a nursing care facility? The most common type of abuse under this category is nursing home abuse or elderly neglect.
Have you suffered injuries of the head and spine? Under this category, catastrophic injuries include spinal cord injury, brain injuries, or back and neck injuries caused by another’s negligence.
If you are involved in a case where you, or someone else has been injured, call MARK RAVEN to help you assert your legal rights.
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