Being the victim of an accident or event that wasn’t your fault, that left you injured, unable to work and has ultimately turned your life upside down should never be disregarded. It is your right to be able to seek financial return for the pain, trauma, and inconvenience that the negligent actions of someone else have caused you. The personal accident industry sees millions of cases each year and while many of these cases are settled out of court and successful, filing a claim when you’ve been injured is a daunting prospect.
Wondering if what happened to you is regarded as a personal injury case? Read on for your guide to personal injury.
Medical malpractice: Birth injuries
Cerebral Palsy, Erb’s Palsy, brain damage and even death of mother and child, birth injuries are utterly devastating for everyone involved. When the birth of your child has been devastatingly mishandled then …
Whether it’s a workplace accident, a car collision, or any other injury, personal injury cases are serious matters that must be addressed with precision. Particularly in cases where you’re injured due to another party’s negligence, you have a right to be compensated for all expenses, as well as for the pain and suffering endured. “Pain and suffering” can be a difficult thing to determine, but you can expect challenges to even the easily definable elements when filing a personal injury claim. No one wants to surrender money, and a defendant or an insurance company will likely do anything they can to avoid it. The following are some of the most common obstacles you’ll likely have to overcome in your case.
An unwitnessed accident is problematic in that it can be difficult to prove that the accident happened at all, and it can be especially hard to prove that …