We all suffer an injury from time to time. We might slip and fall in the shower. We might hit an arm against an object and suffer a bruise. Maybe you cut yourself in the shower while shaving. Many injuries we suffer are caused by our own negligence. But what if someone else caused you harm?
If you suffered serious injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may have a legal case. Personal injury cases focus on two main elements: liability and damages. This means determining who is at fault for the accident and calculating the amount of damages.
Not every injury case results in damage awards, however. This will depend on liability and the severity of the injury. If you were injured by someone else’s negligence, discuss your case with the injury lawyers at Holland & Holland.
In order for someone to be considered negligent, all of the following elements must apply:
The injury lawyers at Holland & Holland can review your case and determine if all the elements are present and you have a good chance of winning your case.
There are many ways in which a person can be injured by someone else. They include:
There are many ways in which you may become injured by someone else’s negligence. You likely suffered serious medical and financial damages. Don’t let the liable party get away with it. Hold them responsible by seeking help from a lawyer by you who has experience with personal injury cases.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a third party, make sure you understand your legal rights. Our experienced injury lawyers at Holland & Holland can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today at (317) 581-4400 and schedule your free consultation.
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