Personal Injury

If you have a personal injury case, you’ll want to know how much it is worth and what the rules are for determining fault. If the case involves malpractice, severe injury, or toxic exposure, you’ll definitely want a lawyer. It helps to know the basic of negotiating personal injury cases as most will ultimately settle. Asbestos, the weed killer Roundup, talcum powder, and toxic mold all have their own torts. Medical malpractice and wrongful death claims have their own liability and damages issues that need to be understood. Defamation (libel or slander) does as well. Other types of personal injury cases include dog bites, slips and falls, and nursing home abuse.

Key Takeaways:

  • A lawyer is especially useful for personal injury claims involving severe injuries, malpractice, or toxic exposure.
  • For medical malpractice, damages can be for medical bills, pain and suffering, or reduced quality of life.
  • Slander and libel are different types of defamation, and you need to know what the plaintiff has to prove.

“Learn about personal injury & accident law, including dangerous drugs, toxic torts, defective products, and medical malpractice, and how to file an injury insurance claim.”

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