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Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation
The biggest difference in damages between a personal injury lawsuit and a workers' compensation case is that you aren't entitled to benefits for pain and suffering in a workers' compensation case. In a personal injury claim, you are entitled to recover all of the damages that you have suffered.
We have successfully handled multiple cases and achieved excellent outcomes for our clients.
Car Accidents
Car accident law involves both traffic and personal injury law. If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, an attorney will negotiate with the other drivers or their insurer to determine the damage or compensation for your injuries, and if necessary, the attorney will file a lawsuit.
Building Injuries
When an individual or a company's negligence contributes to your injury on a construction site, you may be able to sue the negligent party in order to recover compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and other damages.
Slip and Fall
If you slip and are injured on property owned or maintained by someone else, then the property owner may be held legally responsible. Conditions like narrow stairs or wet floor can cause someone to slip and be injured.
Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrian Accidents cases are collisions between motor vehicles and pedestrians. If the collision the result of the driver's wrong doing, the pedestrian can be compensated accordingly.
Bus Accidents
Bus accidents belong to a special category of personal injury cases. Buses are the basic public transportation and are defined as common carriers by law. The law requires common carriers to provide passengers with a higher standard of care.
Failure to Diagnose and Misdiagnosis
Even highly experienced and competent doctors make diagnostic errors. However, the misdiagnosis or failure to diagnose must result in improper medical care, delayed treatment, or no treatment, which in turn must result in a worsening of the patient's medical condition in order for the malpractice to be actionable.
Medical Accidents
There are two main components to most medical malpractice cases: determining who was at fault and then proving that fault legally.