Do I have a personal injury case?
Some accidents are simply the result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. But sometimes, they are the result of another’s negligent actions. A negligent action means failing to behave as a reasonable person would behave under the same or similar circumstances
If you are injured in an accident and you believe another party acted negligently, you may have a case. But you must prove both the negligence and the injury. Accident reports, inspection of the premises or vehicle, and medical records must be carefully assembled to make a persuasive argument that you deserve compensation.
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- After my injury, how long do I have to file a lawsuit?
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