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    Personal Injury Lawyers

    Suffering an injury through no fault of your own is often a deeply traumatic experience. Pain, suffering, lost wages, missed time with family, reduced physical capabilities — all of it can result from a single incident that occurs in an instant. Someone else’s inattention or negligence can forever change the course of your life.

    Personal injuries of this nature occur at an alarming rate. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 31 million people in the U.S. require treatment for an injury every year — and two million have injuries severe enough to require hospitalization. Some of the most common forms of personal injury include auto, bus, motorcycle and truck accidents; slips and falls; dangerous and defective products; burns and animal bites.

    If you’ve suffered an injury as the result of someone else’s actions or negligence, it’s important to be fully aware of your protections under the law. By pursuing legal remedies, you can recover what you’ve lost — or be fairly compensated for that which cannot be recovered.

    What to do in the event of a personal injury

    Because personal injuries can have long-lasting physical, emotional and financial consequences, it’s important to fully explore your options under the law. Personal injury law can be quite complex and can vary from state to state, so it’s also advisable to confer with an attorney who has extensive experience handling personal injury cases.

    Generally speaking, you can pursue two forms of compensation for your injuries: Economic damages and non-economic damages. The former involves your hospital bills, lost wages, ongoing treatment, medication, physical or occupational therapy and any therapeutic equipment you need to recover from your injuries. The latter includes your pain and suffering — including lowered quality of life or loss of enjoyment of life.

    When sued for personal injuries, defendants will often claim that victims are fully or partially responsible for their own injuries. Successfully arguing against such defenses typically requires a plaintiff to conduct a complete investigation in order to be ready with  a compelling factual analysis of the case that explores all of the relevant factual and legal issues at hand.

    The right personal injury lawyer can be instrumental in providing that analysis. Even a case that seems relatively straightforward at first glance can ultimately prove quite complex, so finding an attorney with considerable experience in personal injury actions is advisable.

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