Negligence occurs when an act or failure to act results in the injury or death of another. The injured individual or his or her family can seek compensation for pain and suffering experienced because of that negligence, as well as compensation for medical expenses and various other damages. When individuals die because of another’s negligence, the deceased’s survivors have the right to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their loss, called a wrongful death suit.
- What Types Of Personal Injury Cases Do You Typically Handle?
- How Important Are Evidence And Witnesses In Personal Injury Claims?
- What Actually Is A Wrongful Death Claim?
- What Makes A Viable Worker’s Compensation Case?
- Who Is Potentially Liable In A Worker’s Compensation Claim?
- What Are The Top Misconceptions About Auto Accident Cases?
- What Defenses Do Insurance Companies Use To Avoid Paying Out On Claims?
- What Factors Can Cause An Auto Accident Case To Go To Litigation?
- How Long Do Auto Accident Cases Typically Take To Get Resolved?
- What Is A Premises Liability Claim?
- What Types Of Damages Are Available In Premises Liability Cases?
- What Steps Should I Take If I Plan To File A Premises Liability Claim?
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