How do I know if I have a personal injury case?
A personal injury occurs when someone does a wrongful or negligent act that causes injury or harm to another person. The incident may occur accidentally, intentionally or by the use of an instrument, such as an animal, object or product. Common types of personal injury cases include car accidents, medical malpractice, product liability, dog bite and more. Even if a person receives injuries after another person’s action, using their product or being on their premises, the injured person must still show they have a case
To prove the personal injury case, the victim must prove injury, liability and damages. The injuries may be physical, emotional or mental. Once proof of injuries is shown, the injured person has to establish that their injuries are the result of the at-fault party’s actions. After proving liability, then the victim party introduces heir damages, such as medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
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