Serious personal injury lawsuits are filed by injured parties called plaintiffs to recover damages or obtain compensation for serious injuries or permanent disabilities resulting from a tort. A tort is a civil wrong or wrongful act, not involving the breach of a contract that causes injury or damage for which the injured party, the plaintiff, can file a civil action. Serious personal injury cases typically involve accidents caused by someone's error, someone's negligence, a dangerous condition, a design flaw or a manufacturing defect.
Types of serious personal injury related legal issues include:
|Aircraft Accidents||Prescription Drug Related Injuries|
|Animal & Dog Bites||Drunk Driving Victims|
|Brain & Spinal Cord Injuries||Industrial Accidents|
|Burn Injuries||Shooting Accidents|
|Construction Injuries||Toxic Exposure|
|Defective Product Injuries||Vehicle Accidents|
Serious personal injury cases are handled by lawyers and law firms that focus their practice on accident related injuries and wrongful death cases. These types of cases are usually complex and expensive. You should always consult a qualified, licensed lawyer. Personal injury cases are normally handled on a contingency basis. Typically there are no fees unless the lawyer obtains a settlement or award for you.
Where can I get legal advice about my Serious Injury issue or case?
If you have a Serious Injury matter or case and want legal advice for your specific situation, click on the Serious Injury related ads on the right or above to find a law firm and schedule an initial consultation.
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