You’ve probably seen adverts for attorneys and personal injury lawsuits. Have you ever wondered what exactly they mean? What is a “personal injury?”
In the most elementary definition, a personal injury is an injury that happens to you or a loved one. Legally speaking, this usually means that the injury could have been prevented and it was someone else’s fault. If these factors apply to your situation, you qualify for compensation.
But it is not everything. Listed below are some special types of suits that people pursue.
Injury to children
A minor who is injured in an accident cannot bring a case to court on his own. That’s why some attorneys specialize in lawsuits for children.
An accident between a young child is as catastrophic as an adult accident, and even more so. If your child is injured as a result of a preventable injury, contact an attorney immediately.
Injuries that cause the death of loved ones are terrible, but, unfortunately, can occur. Improper death claims can help bereaved families provide them with the services and monetary compensation they need.
An attorney for a wrongful death lawsuit will work to prove negligence (responsibility) on the part of the individual or company that caused the accident. The settlement may never make up for the reduction, but it will give you some of the support you are owed.
A COVID-19 business loss lawsuit is not exactly a personal injury lawsuit, but it is another area that your attorney can help you out with.
If your business has been denied emergency downtime reimbursement by your insurer, you shouldn’t be afraid to hire a lawyer to fight you.
Here’s the summary: if you’ve been injured or harmed in some way, a personal injury lawsuit may be the solution. Call your lawyer immediately – many specialist law teams provide free consultations and will not bill you until you win your case.