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Accidents happen to good people everyday, but if you are injured due to someone’s negligence, that is not an accident. Victims are entitled to compensation for medical bills and lifestyle changes as a result of sustained injuries.
Brunelle Conklin knows personal injury can impact quality of life, family, and your ability to work. If you sustained injury due to someone’s negligence, you need legal representation.
Types of Personal Injury Cases
Auto Accident Personal Injuries
If you’ve been in an automobile accident, chances are that not just your car was damaged. If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, you may have an auto accident case and may be entitled to compensation.
A car accident lawsuit can be filed against the individual at fault for the accident and you may be able to receive a settlement. First, you need to determine if you have Car Accident Personal Injury lawsuit, in the case of an auto accident.
As many factors go into an auto accident case, you need to understand all scenarios and situations where you may be able to receive compensation for your damages.
In car accident lawsuits, you and your chosen personal injury attorney must prove the other driver caused the accident due to negligence on his or her part. In other words, you must prove the other driver failed to take “reasonable care” when operating a vehicle or caused the accident because he or she was not paying attention.
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Slip and Fall Personal Injuries
If you have been injured because of a slip and fall incident on the property of another person or business, you may be entitled to compensation. There are a number of considerations which determine a lawsuit’s viability and not just the condition of the floor on which your slip and fall incident occurred.
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Truck Accident Personal Injuries
With I-24 running straight through Murfreesboro, there are many large semi-trucks passing through town. This puts residents at a higher risk for truck accidents
Because semi-trucks are much larger than cars and can more easily cause injuries or even fatalities, truck accidents can be considered a different injury case than car accidents. Trucks are usually owned by commercial companies and not their drivers. This means multiple parties can be involved in a personal injury accident, and cases may involve large insurance companies.
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