Motor vehicle accidents (MVA)'s happen in a numerous ways. There are head-on collisions, side collisions, and rear ends that can involve a multitude of different scenarios involving:
Slip and fall / Premises Liability Claims
A slip and fall premises liability claim is a type of personal injury claim that arises when someone is injured on another person's property due to the property owner's negligence. Common causes of slip and fall accidents include wet or icy surfaces, uneven pavement, potholes, and debris.
A premises liability claim is a legal action taken when someone is injured on another person's property due to the property owner's negligence. A premises liability claim can help you recover damages for your injuries, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured on someone else's property, contact a personal injury attorney to discuss your case.
Dog bite / Animal Attack Claims
A dog bite animal attack claim is a civil lawsuit filed by someone who has been bitten or attacked by a dog. The person filing the claim is seeking damages from the dog's owner for the injuries they have suffered physically, mentally and or monetary.
A defamation claim is a civil lawsuit alleging that someone has made false and damaging statements about another person. Defamation can be in the form of libel (written statements) or slander (spoken statements). To win a defamation lawsuit, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant made a false statement, that the statement was published or spoken to a third party, and that the plaintiff suffered damages as a result.
A defective products claim is a legal claim filed against a company for selling a defective product. The claim alleges that the company knew or should have known about the defect and failed to warn consumers.
A Workplace Injury Claim is a claim filed by an employee who has been injured at work. The claim is filed with the employer's workers' compensation insurance carrier.
Assault and Battery Claim
An assault and battery claim is a civil claim alleging that the defendant committed an assault and/or battery against the plaintiff. Assault is defined as an intentional act that causes another person to fear for their safety, while battery is defined as an intentional act that results in physical harm to another person.
A personal Injury Attorney can handle a wide variety of cases. If you have been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. An experienced lawyer like Tiecia Ayers can help you navigate the legal process and fight for the compensation you deserve. Get a Free Consultation TODAY!