Negligence

You've heard the expression that "accidents happen." Usually, however, a set of actions were set in motion by someone who knew or should have known that acting in a certain manner could lead to injury. We call this negligence. Drunk drivers who cause accidents go beyone negligence: their conduct is reckless.

Some a person or entity acts in a negligent manner, and injuries occur, the injured party is normall entitled to compensation for any damages that may have been incurred.

Many acts of negligence are covered by insurance policies, called liability insurance. Most of what personal injury attorneys like us try and do it see to it that insurance companies properly compensate victims of the negligent acts of another. In our modern world, negligence comes in many forms.

Most accidents don't just happen. Usually, someone or some entity acts or fails to act in a negligent manner. We pursue fully compensation for those who do harm to others, which usually means we are fighting with insurance companies who do not want to pay.

We've handled a number of different types of personal injury beyond the most common type of auto accidents:

  • Auto accidents

  • Truck accidents

  • Motorcycle accidents

  • Auto-Pedestrian accidents

  • Trip and fall

  • Slip and fall

  • Boating Accidents

  • Airplane Accidents

  • Train Accidents

  • Bus Accidents

  • Medical Malpractice

  • Premises Liability (eg., at a casino)

  • Battery and Assault (Intentional misconduct)

  • Head injuries

  • Paralysis

  • Spinal injuries

  • Loss of limbs

  • Loss of income

  • Wrongful death