Accidents and injuries are highly unpredictable and in some case, can have a serious impact on your ability to live a ‘normal’ life. Medical bills, loss of earnings and ongoing pain and therapy are just a few of the common side effects of accidents and injuries. Of course, the pain and suffering you might endure following may feel even worse if you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault. For those who are victims of an accident or injury, the ability to claim for the detrimental impact the event has had on their life is a necessary one.
The legal basis of personal injury law is negligence. Therefore, evidence must be provided that demonstrates that the person, business or corporation who caused the accident or injury has been careless or in some other way been negligent in their responsibilities. Health and safety compliance in businesses is extremely complex, but there are occasions where something slips through the cracks and creates an injury or condition that necessitates a personal injury claim.
Here at Waldrep, Mullin & Callahan, we have more than 225 years of combined experience in handling personal injury cases. We are committed to understanding every facet of the case and the subsequent personal, physical and emotional consequences, so that we can obtain a smooth and efficient recovery for the pain and discomfort you have experienced.
We are able to represent personal injury claims in a variety of scenarios including automobile accidents, catastrophic injury and even in the devastating event of wrongful death. Please visit our individual personal injury pages for more information on these specific scenarios. Alternatively, please contact us to discuss your individual circumstances.
Coping with the loss of a loved one can be devastating under normal circumstances, but when you believe that their death was caused by the negligence or wrong-doing of another party, then these thoughts can become all-consuming.
Whether you have suffered serious injury as a result of an automobile accident, or you have recently lost someone close to you, it is important that you seek the emotional, physical and financial compensation that you are entitled to.
Catastrophic injuries are usually extremely sudden, unexpected and can leave the victim suffering from long-term or even permanent effects or disability for the rest of their lives.