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Whether you slipped and fell, a car accident that injured you or damaged your vehicle, or a harmful contact made against you, personal injury cases are some of the most common types of cases in our civil judicial system. They also may cause some of the highest problems for people who have been involved in one.
Here is a quick example:
Jake was on his way to work one morning when he noticed traffic started to back up. Like everyone else, He lawfully slowed down in a congested area with the flow of traffic. It was bumper to bumper traffic and Jake was getting frustrated because he was going to be late for work.
Behind Jake was Tim. Tim was also going to be late for work. Tim, distracted on his cellphone for sending a quick email to his boss, did not slow down with traffic. Consequently, Tim 's car slammed into Jake’s truck, causing Jake to hit his head on the steering wheel.
Tim had to be taken to the hospital to get treatment and received a hospital bill worth thousands of dollars. Also, Tim’s vehicle was completely totaled and would not be legal to drive to work. On top of that, Tim now has no way to get to work besides taking a bus, a taxi, or calling a friend or his spouse.
This is where a personal injury attorney comes in. A personal injury attorney can bring a lawsuit against Tim and ask a jury for Tim to pay for the consequences of his actions. If you have been injured, our law firm can help you seek just compensation for your injuries and damages. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
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DISCLAIMER: The information above is not intended as legal advice but rather for educational purposes only. If you seek legal advice, contact an attorney.