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- Wrongful Arrest
Physical injuries or impairments caused by the negligence of another are considered personal injuries. When an accident occurs, there are two types of damage: Personal injuries and damage to property, such as vehicles, building, fences, and animals.
When the another person is responsible for your injuries, you may be able to file a lawsuit to recover for the costs of medical treatment (both past and future), medications, rehabilitation, and pain and suffering. You also may be able to recover lost wages and other expenses that resulted from your injuries. To recover, you will have to be able to prove your injuries were the result of another person's negligent or intentional actions.
Proving liability may be easy in a rear-end collision, but determining who was ultimately responsible for a multi-car accident in a freeway pile-up may be more difficult to prove. When you retain an attorney, he will take immediate action to document the facts, preserve evidence, help you get medical treatment, and deal with the legal aspects of insurance claims.
To obtain the best possible settlement for your personal injury claim, there is no substitute for an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases.
If you have questions about a personal injury, call Meyer & Bardill today at 770-955-1948 for a free initial consultation