What is Personal Injury?
What is personal injury? The legal definition includes any injury that is sustained physically, mentally or emotionally by a person due to the negligent or intentional actions of another person or business entity. There are many different personal injury cases that can be brought to court, depending on the type of accident that took place and the extent of the victims' injuries. At Friedman & Friedman, we can help you answer the question, "What is personal injury".
Types of Personal Injury Cases
Personal injury cases can involve defective products, medical malpractice, and auto or airplane accidents. Personal injury also includes premises liability cases, which involve such things as slips and falls due to poorly maintained property, inadequate lighting, swimming pools in disrepair, and many other scenarios. In order for the victim to have a claim for damages, the personal injury has to be due to negligence, carelessness or intentional misconduct. For example, if you purchased a vehicle or other product and were injured due to a defect in the design, manufacture or distribution of that product, then you may have a valid personal injury claim.
We are a South Florida-based law firm and will do everything within our power to help you answer the question, "What is personal injury?" and assist you in winning your case. Our experts work on a contingency fee basis, so you won't have to worry about payment throughout the length of the trial. Our payment comes after we help you win your case. If we don't get compensation for you, you don't pay an attorney's fee. Friedman & Friedman will work diligently in your case to bring you justice and compensation for your injuries. Call 800-446-6482today to learn more about our firm and what how we can help you.