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Victims of personal injury can have hefty medical bills to pay as well as significant property loss. The negligent party is responsible for repayment, but when the damages are large many victims wonder how an individual will be able to pay for all the harm done. We understand how easy it is to worry about finding the money to repair or replace your car and get your doctors paid, and we are here to take that burden off of your shoulders....

If you have been in an accident and sustained injuries, you need to seek immediate medical care. Thereafter, it is important to take steps to recover financially from your injuries. This includes making a claim for compensation from the negligent party, which might require you to file a lawsuit if a settlement cannot be reached. These steps can be intimidating, and most people worry they will miss certain deadlines and be cut off from pursuing a recovery. One question that comes up...

If you have been hurt by another, you have the right to file a lawsuit to recover your damages. This is the general rule, but certain types of cases have restrictions on who may make the claim. For instance, in a wrongful death action only certain family members are permitted to bring an action. The rules on who can sue for a personal injury and what is required are complicated, and having a qualified attorney by your side increases your chances...

Personal injury cases take on many forms - from car wrecks, to construction site accidents, to slip and falls. If you have been hurt through the negligent action (or inaction) of another, you are entitled to recover your financial losses and other damages. In order to make a valid claim and maximize your recovery, it is best to partner with a qualified personal injury attorney. Your attorney will explain the process to you and put you at ease, so you do...

If you have been in an accident chances are you had to take some time off work to recuperate. Taking time off work means you are not being paid, and this can leave you without enough funds to pay all of your bills. When the accident was not your fault, you are entitled to be repaid for the wages you have lost. In order to recover lost wages after an accident you will need to: Establish...

The reimbursement paid to a victim of an accident is referred to as damages. Damages are calculated according to the injuries suffered and the specific facts of each case. Actual damages are made up of things like the cost of medicine, the amount of wages lost due to the accident, and the costs of medical care. Actual damages are easily measured because there is documentation to support the amount requested. There are also damages awarded...