Hire a Lawyer To Sue the Responsible Corporation or Person and their Insurance Company for Damages
You may have a case if you suffered an injury where someone is liable to pay for your damages.
Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. If you or someone you love was critically injured in a preventable injury where a corporation or person has liability, you need the help and advice of an experienced attorney.
Todd Webb is an experienced and skilled attorney who knows how to handle these cases and sue insurance companies for damages.
Hold negligent parties and their insurance companies responsible for your damages
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Personal injury cases are based on negligence. Corporations have a duty to act responsibly and avoid putting others at risk. To establish liability, you and your attorney must show that a reasonable person or corporation would have acted differently to keep others safe from harm.
Examples of negligence include industrial accidents, serious burns or other catastrophic injuries on the job, construction site injuries, product liability injuries, pedestrian injuries caused by careless drivers.
In each case, the responsible party ignored the risk to others, and as a result, the plaintiff was injured.
Slip and Fall personal injuries are some of the most common injury cases. Examples are Defective stairs; Rough patches on the ground; Wet or slippery floors; Uneven flooring; Falls on sidewalks; Falls due to icy conditions; Hidden extension cords; Broken flooring; and there are many more examples.
If you were injured, you become the plaintiff in a law suit.
There are examples of personal injury where the defendant acts purposefully to harm the plaintiff. Examples include assault, battery, theft, and infliction of emotional distress.
In some cases, there are scenarios where corporations will be liable even though they did everything possible to avoid causing the harm. The law will hold a defendant strictly liable if someone is hurt while the defendant is engaging in a highly dangerous activity, even if the activity is legal and all precautions are taken. Building demolition and transporting hazardous materials fall into this category.
Another common occurrence is injuries caused by defective products. Liability is on the manufacturer who acted negligently by designing and selling an unsafe product. Or, if certain elements are met, plaintiffs hurt by a defective product may be able to sue under a strict liability theory. Product liability cases have the potential to become large class action lawsuits, involving many plaintiffs and enormous money judgments.
If you have been injured in any way by the harm of others, do not wait, let us get started on your case NOW to maximize the value of your claim.
Call Todd for a free case evaluation!
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