Personal injury lawyers: our attorneys deliver compassionate, thorough legal services at no up-front cost to the clients. We represent Claims against individuals, workers and families who make it cause of accidents and wrongful death.
Personal injury claims when somebody has acted “negligently”, which negligence causes someone to be injured. Most personal injury cases would be the result of car accidents, premises liability cases, work related injury, or a dangerous product/service of some kind. Your injury could cause lost income, medical bills, lost earning capacity, pain & suffering, mental anguish, loss of companionship, among other conditions. Your attorney will help you determine the value of this loss. Damages you have suffered due to the accident could be beyond just the financial damage done.
Many people do not understand that the insurer who represents the wrongdoer does not jump forward to pay these up front expenses. The insurance company will usually never pay a dime of the expenses without obtaining a full release first. This puts the person who has suffered a personal injury in a disadvantage simply because they do not know if they will need future care, or how much that future care will cost.
Our Personal injury lawyer – Doug Goyen – usually gets involved with cases due to an insurer refusing to pay for fair amounts in their settlement offers to an injury / accident victim. Most victims of injury need assistance in locating who is responsible for the injury, how to recover the money for his or her towing, rental bills, income lost, & medical billing. Following is our guide to personal injury law:
Help guide to Personal Injury Law:
Personal injury is defined as a personal injury to you physically, mentally or emotionally. It only involves injury to your actual personal body – not your car or other property. Cuts, bruising, strains, broken bones, lacerations, or any serious injury is exactly what the law deems a personal injury. You may have mental / emotional / psychological injury also – this type injury must be due to the trauma of the incident in question. Proving the negligence of the person causing the injury is a large part of recovering for personal injury in accidents. If you are able to prove negligence, and that your injury was caused by that negligence, you can pursue your case from the responsible party, business or their insurance company.
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