If you have been injured due to the carelessness of another person or entity, you may be entitled to reasonable compensation for the harm you have suffered. In legal terms, you may have a personal injury claim based on “negligence.” Negligence is a failure to act the way a reasonably prudent person would act under similar circumstances. Regardless of how you were injured — whether in an auto accident, a medical accident, a slip or fall, or a dog attack, or by a defective product — you will have to prove some type of negligence in order to obtain fair compensation for your injuries. This is just one of many elements to consider when filing a personal injury claim.
To offer more information to injured people facing legal challenges, Pinkston Law Group, P.C. has created a comprehensive guide to the typical personal injury claims process. Click on the link below to view or download the guide. If you need more specific guidance on a personal injury or family law matter, please contact our office or use our online scheduling tool to request a consultation.
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August 18, 2020
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