You May Have the Right to Sue If You Were Injured Due to Negligence
Did You Suffer an Injury?
A personal injury can describe any physical or psychological injury. In some cases, this type of claim can also refer to serious financial damage, such as extensive property damage or medical bills.
Were Your Injuries Caused by Negligence?
For you to have a case, your injuries must have been caused by the negligence of an individual or organization. Negligence is a complicated legal term which describes acting in a careless manner.
Do You Have Recoverable Damages?
Since the goal of a personal injury lawsuit is to collect financial compensation, you need to have suffered personal or financial harms that can be solved with money. Financial damages can cover a range of issues, including medical bills, lost wages, and reduced quality of life.
Schedule a Free Case Evaluation
Personal injury claims are complex and require an advanced understanding of negligence and liability. Mr. Harris can investigate your case and determine if you have the basis for a personal injury lawsuit during a free case consultation.