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The driver at fault is responsible for your damages. These damages can include your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and permanent injury. Automobile collision cases will likely involve insurance coverage questions regarding the payment of your damages. Some motor vehicle collisions may involve drunk or hit and run drivers, along with uninsured or underinsured drivers.
A wrongful death claim occurs when the death is caused by the negligence, recklessness, or fault of another party. The wrongful death claim will usually be brought by the deceased's family members. Damages can be recovered for loss of future earnings by the deceased along with non-economic damages such as loss of guidance and advice.
When a work injury occurs, employers or a workers' compensation insurance company must pay for all necessary medical treatment. If you are unable to work as a result of your injuries, you should receive weekly payments while you are off work. You may also be eligible to receive additional compensation if your injuries are permanent, or if you are unable to return to your job or find any type of gainful employment.
Dog owners may be responsible when their dog bites or attacks someone. Dog attacks often result in substantial medical expenses and permanent disfigurement. Many dog attacks involve the owner's violation of city ordinances or state law.
Individuals or entities may be responsible when an accident occurs as a result of a dangerous condition of the property. These cases may involve items or liquid on a floor, uneven walking surfaces, or poorly designed walkways. Landowners or businesses may be required to pay an injured person's medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Semi- truck or commercial vehicle accidents commonly involve severe injuries. Many of these incidents occur when a company fails to hire an experienced, safety conscious driver or the driver has not complied with federal trucking regulations.