Injury and Accident Case
Being involved in an Injury and Accident Case can be a difficult time for anyone. Personal injury cases require specific attention, call BNI LAW Today.
Because of the vague and nonspecific nature of the term “Personal injury”, proving the responsibility of another party in such circumstances can be overwhelmingly difficult. This is because in order for a case to be considered reasonable or valid, or have any chance of being successful, the injured parties need to prove that the accident or event resulting in your injury was due specifically to some form of negligence or worse a deliberate attack. A coincidence not caused by negligence, but rather simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time, might not stand up in court.
Brotman Nusbaum Ibrahim & Adelman is a renowned Personal Injury Litigation Firm specializing in Accident and Injury Law. We pride ourselves on our solid track record for positive outcomes as it pertains to handling personal injury claims. IF you are injured, the first thing you should always do is seek medical attention. However, the moment you or a loved one can reach out to us, you should. The sooner we can start working on your case- the better.
A type of case many people are familiar with as these have been prominently featured in media- is ‘slip and falls’. In a case like this, the injured need to prove their slip and fall was the result of a circumstance that could have been controlled by the property manager, but they neglected to properly do so. Some examples of dangerous or hazardous conditions that could potentially result in a slip and fall would be poorly constructed areas and visible obstructions. This could happen to anyone, and there is always someone responsible that is supposed to ensure an area is safe to be in at any given time, whether indoors or outdoors. There are also injuries that arise from an auto accident.
It’s an unfortunate truth that not every person out there has good intentions or wishes to keep to themselves. If another person intentionally causes injury to you- this type of incident is referred to as an intentional tort. A Tort is any act potentially resulting in an injury that was malicious, purposeful, or knowingly committed. The person who committed the tort can be held liable for causing physical or emotional harm to another, and some of the most common intentional tort cases are assault, battery, false imprisonment, infliction of distress, fraud, trespass, conversion, and defamation.
Don’t hesitate! Contacting a Personal injury litigation firm should not be delayed. No matter the case, it is essential to preserve evidence when the incident happened, and above all else to file a lawsuit prior to the deadline imposed by the statute of limitations. We understand this might a difficult time for you, and we want to give you the necessary time and attention to help get you the help you deserve. Call us for a free consultation at 561-417-5656