If you are a victim of negligence, you deserve compensation
Personal injury cases are a diverse mixture of different situations but one thing they all have in common is negligence. A basic legal definition of negligence would be any conduct that falls below the standards of behavior established by law for the protection of others against unreasonable risk of harm. So, if someone does less than what a reasonable person would do in their situation to keep you safe and you get hurt, then you are a victim of their negligence.
When you have been injured in this way, medical bills and recovery should be your top priorities. Don't try to handle your personal injury case on your own. Contact an experienced personal injury attorney to fight for your rights because you don't need added stress on top of your injuries. Our legal team has years of experience litigating a variety of personal injury cases and we fight to get our clients the settlement they deserve. Contact one of our expert personal injury lawyers to set up a free consolation so you can start getting your life back to normal.
What types of personal injury cases do you handle?
Personal injury law covers a lot of ground so cases take many different forms. The cases we handle most often are:
- Auto accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Tractor trailer accidents
- Wrongful death
- Construction accidents
- Dog bites
- Motorcycle accidents
- Neck or back injuries
- Brain injuries
- Premises liability
- Product liability
- Pedestrian accidents
- Inadequate security
- Slip and fall accidents
What can I expect in a Personal Injury lawsuit?
For many clients, a personal injury lawsuit is their first foray into the legal realm, and they are unsure how the proceedings will go. The Don Turner Legal Team understands and has accordingly made a short and sweet guide to civil lawsuits, which proceed much differently than criminal trials.
First, a civil lawsuit can appear in many different forms, from personal injuries, to breaching contracts, all the way down to divorce and family law. They will all follow the basic structure listed within the What to Expect When You're Litigating (A Civil Suit).
How much will it cost to retain your services?
This is a very common question and it is where many people make a big mistake. With mounting medical bills, victims sometimes think that they cannot afford an attorney even though they badly need one. When it comes to these types of cases, most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. That means we don't get paid unless you get compensated for your injuries. If you would like to discuss your case or find out more about contingency payment, give us a call. Your initial consultation is absolutely free so you really have nothing to lose and a lot to gain.