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5 of the Most Common Types of Personal Injury Claims

No one enjoys getting hurt. Sustaining an injury by any means is often very painful and frustrating. However, those feelings can be exacerbated if you get hurt due to someone else’s carelessness.

When another’s negligence causes you to sustain injuries, you may have grounds to sue. Here are five of the most common types of personal injury cases we see here at the firm:

#1 - Motor Vehicle Accident Injury

For most Americans, driving is a daily task. Unfortunately, there are significant risks for all motorists on the road.

When another driver causes an accident, and you’re injured as a result, you may have a viable personal injury case.

#2 - Medical Malpractice

If you are injured due to the negligence of a medical professional or facility, you may be able to sue for medical malpractice. However, it’s important to note that not all medical errors constitute malpractice.

#3 - Product Liability

Just because a product is on the market doesn’t mean it is 100% safe. If a defective product causes you to get hurt, you may have a product liability case.

#4 - Slip and Fall Injuries

If you slip and fall, which results in injuries on someone else’s private property or publicly owned land, you may be able to file suit for damages.

#5 - Wrongful Death

The term wrongful death can be confusing. Not all unexpected deaths are considered wrongful in the eyes of the law. A death is legally wrongful if another person or entity’s negligence caused it.

If you or someone you love has been injured or killed due to another’s wrongdoing, you may be able to recover compensation for your losses. Our skilled team has helped many others in similar situations, and we may be able to help you, too. Don’t hesitate to reach out to our office right away with any questions you may have.

Contact the experienced lawyers at Caddell Reynolds Law Firm by calling (800) 889-6944 or filling out an online contact form today.