Personal Injury Claims We Handle
Accidents happen all around us and the injuries that victims face are far-reaching. In everything from whiplash and burn injuries faced in minor car accidents to bodily injuries, paralysis, and wrongful death faced in severe truck accidents, we are committed to bringing every resource to bear in whatever type of personal injury claim you face.
We handle auto accidents of all kinds, including:
…As well as all other types of personal injury accidents, including:
Personal Injury Damages
Your case is about more than financial gain; it’s about making things right. Personal injury law was designed to fairly compensate an injured individual for losses caused by someone else, thereby, giving the victim a fighting chance to be made whole again.
After consulting with an experienced personal injury lawyer, you may be able to hold the appropriate parties accountable for present and future compensation.
These personal injury damages include, but are not limited to:
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Past, present, and future medical expenses from injuries
- Pain and suffering
- Mental or emotional distress
- Permanent disability or disfigurement
- Property damage
- Rehabilitation and therapy expenses
If you are a family member that has suffered because of a loved one’s injury or death, you may be entitled to compensation for the expenses that resulted, such as loss of consortium, loss of companionship, loss of benefits, mental anguish, and funeral expenses.
The precise amount of recoverable damages will depend upon your specific situation, such as the degree of your injuries and how the accident impacted your life.
How to Know if You Have a Personal Injury Case
You can recover damages by either filing a personal injury claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company or by filing a personal injury lawsuit against them in the courts; however, it may be hard to determine if you have a leg to stand on in either case.
In order to succeed, you must meet two essential elements: fault and damages. For example, an individual, company, or employee(s) of a business must commit a wrongful act or default on their duty to prevent dangerous situations in order to be guilty of negligence and thus held liable for your injuries. Furthermore, the accident must meet time restrictions set forth under your state’s statute of limitations.
If you need further help determining if you have a personal injury case, an experienced personal injury lawyer at The Hayden Law Firm can discover if you have enough evidence to effectively prove fault and damages. Contact us now.