Our clients come to us with a variety of accidents and injuries. From auto accidents to dog bites and slip and falls, we have seen it all. The type of accident you were in, the severity of your injuries, and the overall impact the accident has had on your life will play a significant role in how we approach your case. In addition to car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents, some of the most common claims we frequently work on include:
Single Car Wrecks
Single Car Wrecks are those that involve just one vehicle that has injured as passenger. These types of accidents are very commmon and often overlooked by the passenger or anyone who was injured in the backseat. Some of these Car Wrecks involve bad road conditions such as snow and ice and skidding off the roadway or heavy rain and hydroplaning into a fence or embankment. Other times the driver of the vehicle you are in may be distracted by texting and driving, eating, or even drunk or high. Regardless, the passengers who are injured are entitled to compensation for their injuries, lost wages, pain and suffering, and doctor bills.
ATV accidents are almost always the result of recklessness. While these recreation vehicles can be fun–particularly in the warm months, there is a severe risk of injury or death in the event of an accident. This is the case even with protective gear like helmets.
Dog bites have the potential to result in serious injury and illness. While a dog can attack anyone, children are often more at risk. If a dog injures your child, the owner can be held responsible for related losses and expenses. We understand how challenging it can be to pursue a claim after someone you love has been injured, so we are here to support you through and through.
Slip and falls can happen just about anywhere. These types of accidents fall under what is known as premises liability. Property owners and operators are supposed to ensure their home or place of business is safe for visitors. If someone falls and is injured because of a preventable hazard, there are grounds for a personal injury claim.
Workplace accidents are relatively common–especially in industries with more significant inherent risks. When a workplace accident should have been prevented, the injured employee has the right to take legal action. The at-fault party may be the employer, another employee, or a third party.
Additional Personal Injury Cases
No matter what type of accident you have been involved in, we are here to explain your rights and guide you through the personal injury claim process. If you do not see your accident type described above, do not hesitate to reach out to us and ask about your specific situation. We have extensive experience across numerous accidents and claim types. Schedule a free and private consultation to learn more.