Who's Liable - What Are The Damages
Personal injury or even death can occur in many ways. They can involve automobiles, defective products, dog bites, or slip and fall injuries, to name just a few. Each case must be evaluated individually, and the two main issues are liability (determining who is at fault and to what extent) and damages (dollar value).
A serious injury or wrongful death claim is a one-time thing. Settle or go to trial, what you get is all you’re ever going to get. No matter the pain and suffering.
If you have been injured or feel you have personal injury damages, call us today for your free consultation. Same-day appointments are available.
Detail and Teamwork
Personal injury cases need to be moved along without abandoning attention to detail. The passage of time can be frustrating, especially when the injuries are significant. However, good things usually don’t happen overnight. We work to resolve your case as soon as reasonably possible without sacrificing your best interests.
Our clients are part of the team. That’s because we believe that the outcome of a case is better when there is good attorney-client teamwork. Our clients meet or speak with their attorney as much as necessary. Big or small, your case will get the time and effort it needs and we’ll keep you abreast of what we are doing. Ultimately, if you are not offered the money you deserve, we won’t be afraid to take your case to trial.
Most common auto accidents are rear-end collisions, sideswipe collisions, and "T-Bone” Collisions.
The most common cause of motorcycle accidents is the failure of motorists to recognize motorcycles in traffic.
Children are amongst the most vulnerable to be injured by dogs. The majority of dog bites are caused by a neighbor's or a friend’s dog.
Slip & Fall
Slip and fall claims happen when a property owner is liability for an unsafe condition, often due to carelessness or negligence.
Wrongful death is caused by the wrongful act of another person. This may include acts of negligence, recklessness, or even intentional acts.
Medical malpractice is the result of neglecting to provide appropriate treatment, take appropriate action, or providing treatment that causes harm, injury, or death.