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Do I Have A Personal Injury Case?

Before determining if you have a case, it’s important to understand what a personal injury is. In legal terms, personal injury describes an injury to the body, mind or emotions. It does not include claims for property damages to items such as your home, car or possessions.

Personal injury is typically the result of the negligence or carelessness of another person or entity. If someone sustains an injury from a car accident, dog bite, slip and fall, pedestrian accident, medical malpractice or defective product and is not at fault, a personal injury claim may be filed to collect compensation.

Car Accident Injury

Car accidents are a very common type of personal injury case. If a person is injured in a car accident as a result of another driver’s negligence, the victim may be able to sue for damages. In addition to covering medical expenses, the injured driver may be entitled to compensation for vehicle damage, lost income and possibly even emotional suffering.

Workplace Injury

Workplace injuries can be the subject of a personal injury case if the injury was sustained in the place of work and is directly related to working conditions. Even if your employer offers workers’ compensation insurance to help cover medical costs after an injury on the job, opening a legal case may be beneficial in situations of severe injury, as it may cover incalculable costs like pain and suffering.

Medical Malpractice Injury

Medical malpractice personal injury cases can be filed when there was negligence by a medical practitioner that resulted in injury or death. However, the victim has to prove that the injury resulted from some incorrect action or inaction by the medical professional.

Not sure if you have a personal injury case worth pursuing? If you are dealing with an injury because of someone else’s negligence, it might be a good idea to talk to an attorney.

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