Automobile Accidents and Other Types of Personal Injuries

 

Each year, millions of people in the United States are injured in accidents. Many of these accidents are caused by the preventable carelessness or malicious intent of others. Our laws protect you from being harmed by negligent parties and allow you to be awarded compensation for the damages you receive and the pain you suffer. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident resulting from negligence or intentional harm of others, you may be entitled to receive just compensation for your physical and psychological injuries.

 

An accidental injury or wrongful death can occur because of a drunk driving accident, a construction site disaster, an inattentive tractor trailer operator, or a teenage driver, just to name a few. Nationwide, hundreds or thousands of people are injured or killed each day through the fault of negligent drivers because those drivers do not pay attention, speed, drive when they are overly tired, are inexperienced, or are distracted by cell phones or texting. Negligent drivers that collide with other persons and drivers can cause injuries ranging from neck or back strains, to broken bones, to paralysis, to death.

 

Victims of auto accidents caused by the fault of others invariably have medical expenses, lost time from work, pain, suffering, and worry -- all of which provides a basis for recovery. Even the non-injured spouse of a person injured in an auto accident may be eligible for recovery.

 

To protect your rights and make certain that you are taking all of the necessary actions in the recovery process, you should contact an attorney who is experienced in handling automobile accidents and other types of personal injuries. Our firm handles all types of these cases, including:

 

   - Motor Vehicle Accidents

   - Trucking Accidents

   - Motorcycle Accidents

   - Pedestrian Accidents

   - Drunk Driving Accidents

   - Brain Injuries

   - Fires and Explosions

   - Nursing Home Abuse

   - Catastrophic Injury/Accidental Death

   - Intentional Acts and Torts

 

Our office takes the time to learn about your case and to help you decide whether or not you should take the initial settlement offered by the insurance company or the person who caused your accident. We can work with you to look at the road ahead and consider future damages which may be with you for years to come, including pain, emotional trauma and subsequent injuries. With this knowledge, we can help you properly evaluate the full extent of your damages and help you determine if a settlement is fair and adequate to ensure your full physical and financial recovery. If we agree that a settlement offer is unjust, we will aggressively pursue damages against the individual or company that caused you the harm.

 

In the days following our initial meeting with you, we will work hard to obtain the things we need to support your claim. We routinely work with medical professionals, forensic experts, and investigators to prepare the best case for you. 

 

While we cannot undo your injury or suffering, we can put your suffering into words so that we can seek the full measure of damages for you. We are dedicated to getting you the very best recovery possible through our experienced and aggressive efforts.

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