Have you been injured due to someone's negligence?
Although most people think of negligence as a vehicle collision or slip and fall accident, many claims, such as dog bites, medical malpractice, pharmaceutical defects, negligent construction, failure to provide adequate security, automotive defects, and workplace accidents, are classified as general negligence. Technically, negligence is defined as the failure to use reasonable care that results in injury to another person. In reality, general negligence covers a variety of incidents. Indeed, there is an infinite range of conduct that may give rise to a claim for negligence.
Unfortunately, many individuals injured by the negligence of others are unaware that they may be entitled to compensation for their injuries. In addition, proving the elements of general negligence can be difficult, especially when the defendant aggressively defends the lawsuit. Contact us now and let our experienced attorneys help you determine if another person or party should be held responsible for your injury.