Seeking Compensation for Injury
Brotman Nusbaum and Ibrahim want to be there to assist you if you are seeking compensation for injury caused by another party. We have an established reputation for success when it comes to dealing with these types of claims, regarding injury and negligence. Personal Injury cases aren’t defined by just one form or cause of injury or suffering. You can file a lawsuit as one seeking compensation from another party, who was responsible for harm caused to you whether through negligence, reckless conduct, or intentional misconduct.
Slip and falls are a fairly common injury case claim. When someone falls down in a publicly accessible place, or while authorized to be within a private establishment, and becomes injured due to cracks, wet floors, grease, or oil slicks, or other out-of-the-ordinary causes this is referred to as a ‘slip-and-fall’ injury. In these cases, the proprietor of the public or private establishment is responsible for maintaining the traversal paths within the location to be safe for pedestrians. These incidents could happen to anyone, whether due to structural defects, wear and tear, uneven steps, potholes, cracked sidewalks, broken tiles, or torn carpeting.
Seeking compensation for such an injury is within your rights, and it’s important to be aware of this fact. Calling a personal injury lawyer in these situations will always be of benefit because lawyers have the knowledge and experience to fight for your case with a high probability of success. To prove that the responsible party created a hazardous environment (or refused to fix something they were aware was unsafe), it can be time-consuming and difficult, so an attorney can definitely help you through the process of obtaining all of the right information.
Sometimes the injury is not caused by negligence or an accident, but by a party with motivations and deliberate intent to inflict harm. When this occurs, it can be said that this type of action was performed maliciously, purposefully, and knowingly. We refer to an injury caused by motivations and actions of the aforementioned nature as an ‘intentional tort’. The most common intentional tort cases, in fact, are assault, battery, false imprisonment, infliction of distress, fraud, trespass, conversion, and defamation. As a result, the harm this person who caused the injury is liable.
It is essential that, no matter what case you have encountered, you take the proper measures and preserve whatever evidence you can towards seeking compensation by filing a lawsuit prior to the deadline imposed by the statute of limitations. This should not be delayed, and neither should calling a personal injury lawyer. 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. For a free consultation at no charge at all to you, call us at 561-417-5656.