Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You
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Our Personal Injury Lawyers have experience working with clients that have cases related to automobile accidents, wrongful death, dangerous property or buildings, personal injury, defective products, and medical malpractice.
Dangerous Property or Buildings
Dangerous property or buildings can be the cause of expensive lawsuits for the people who own them, and landlords may wish to speak with building code lawyers to ensure compliance with local laws. In the case of dilapidated or blighted property, owners can even be sued if the locality steps in to make needed repairs. Those who have been injured on unsafe or dangerous property can also sue for damages via personal injury lawyers.
Defective products are products that cause injury due to an error in labeling, a defect in design, or an issue with the manufacturing process. This legal label covers any number of product-related injuries, including injuries from kitchen appliances, misleading health claims on food labels, and car defect injury claims (as in the case of Firestone tires). Those injured by usage of a consumer product should file a defective product injury lawsuit with local personal injury lawyers or check to see if a defective products class action lawsuit is already in place.
Medical malpractice can be filed for a variety of reasons, from prescription errors to improper treatment. Medical malpractice claims can be filed against both individual practitioners and medical institutions, as in the case of hospital medical malpractice. Birth injury, in which the injured party is a newborn or unborn child, also warrants a medical malpractice suit and should be brought up with personal injury lawyers.
Personal injury is the general category under which all personal injury cases fall. Personal injury and health laws cover automobile accidents, product liability, dog bites, animal attacks, medical malpractice, construction accidents, and premises liability. You can learn more about the validity of your claim by reading our law library article, "How much is your claim worth?"