Different Kinds of Personal Injury Cases

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Vehicle accidents

Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bus accidents, and other motor vehicle accidents can be related to negligence from car manufacturers, cars design, or by and most common other drivers on the road. The party that is negligent will in most cases pay for being irresponsibile.


Product Liability

Any food, drugs, toys, or vehicles that cause injury due to poor design or manufacturing errors is a product liability. The company that manufactured these defective products is liabile for your injury.


Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice can be surgical errors, birth injuries, brain injuries, misdiagnosis, and lack of diagnosis, wrong medication and even death.


Wrongful Death

The death of a person caused by the negligence of another. If the person dies, their family is often offered compensation by the party that is negligent.

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