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Common Accident Types
Most people immediately think of a car accident or "slip and fall" when they think of a Personal Injury, but there is a wide variety of claims that are considered a Personal Injury. While all personal injury cases involve harm as a result of someone’s negligence or misconduct, there are some that are more common than others.
A car accident, also referred to as a “traffic collision,” or a “motor vehicle accident,” occurs when a motor vehicle strikes or collides another vehicle, a stationary object, a pedestrian, or an animal. While some car accidents result only in property damage, others result in severe injuries, pain or death.
A car accident, also referred to as a “traffic collision,” or a “motor vehicle accident,” occurs when a motor vehicle strikes or collides another vehicle, a stationary object, a pedestrian, or an animal. While some car accidents result only in property damage, others result in severe injuries or death.
There are two types of laws regarding dog bites in the United States; One Bite and Strict Liability. In the case of strict liability, the defendant is liable if you are allowed to be in the vicinity nor did you provoke the animal. In the case of a dog bite, please seek medical attention for your safety.
People can suffer a variety of injuries to different parts of their body. Here are some of the more common injuries individuals sustain.
Do I need a personal injury attorney?
It is often challenging to determine whether an injury accident merits the need for personal injury attorney assistance. A typical personal injury case involves a state-specific statute of limitations, witness accounts/depositions (and possibly subpoenas), insurance company interactions and evidence gathering.
Working with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney can give you a better understanding of the process in the state where your accident occurred, provide answers to your questions and give you an expert assessment on pursuing a personal injury claim. If you were injured and are not sure if you should contact a personal injury attorney, you can call us for help.
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