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What is personal injury law?

Per the American Bar Assocation: “Personal injury law, also known as tort law, is designed to protect you if you or your property is injured or harmed because of someone else's act or failure to act. In a successful tort action, the one who caused the injury or harm compensates the one who suffered the losses.”

What types of cases do you handle?

We handle anything that falls under personal injury law. We cover areas such as (will insert long bullet list of practice areas). This list is not exhaustive so if you do not see your case type listed please contact us so we can help you.

How do I know if I need a personal injury lawyer?

Each case is different. There is no standard formula that can tell you if its right to pursue legal action or not. Contact us to discuss your case and we can help you with the next steps.

How do I get started?

Contact us. It’s as simple as that. You can reach us by filling out the contact form on our contact page, by calling us, or by coming to our office in person.

What does negligence mean for personal injury?

Negligence describes a situation in which a person acts in a careless (or "negligent") manner, which results in someone else getting hurt or property being damaged. More simply put, Negligence occurs when a person fails to exercise reasonable care under a certain set of circumstances.

Frequently Asked Questions 

If you have been hurt because of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or institution, we may be able to help you. We represent individuals who have suffered injuries as the result of the fault of others. Whether you have been rear ended in a motor vehicle accident or suffered other serious injuries due to the harmful actions of another person, we represent clients who may be entitled to recover funds to cover the damages they suffered. Damages may include hospital bills, lost wages, permanent disability, as well as pain and suffering. We fight to ensure our clients are compensated for their losses.

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