Any type of injury that a person can suffer is considered "Personal Injury". The injury can be physical, mental or both. The severity of "Personal Injury" can range from minor to catastrophic, such as whiplash to paralysis and posttraumatic stress.
Negligence is a major part of a "Personal Injury" case. When a person or entity is careless with his or her own actions that cause another person harm, he or she is being "negligent". Negligence can be a simple mistake of running a red light or driving over the posted speed limit or to intentional careless and imprudent driving.
Injury is defined as damage or harm done to or suffered by a person, often due to the negligence of another. If you’ve been injured due to the neglect of another, you don’t have to suffer alone. Tad Morlan has the experience to get you the compensation you deserve. Being injured is bad enough, you shouldn’t have to fight for your rights – you don’t have to do it alone, Tad Morlan can help.
If you are injured, do to the negligence of another you have rights to recover money damages. You are entitled the recovery of past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and property damage. In many instances, those money damages are processed through and paid through insurance companies of their negligent insured clients.
However, by taking advantage of "loop holes" in the system there are instances when some insurance companies employ tactics to avoid their responsibility of fully paying what the injured party could receive if represented by someone who will "Protect his or her Rights". This is why the injured party needs representation of a qualified and experienced attorney such as Tad Morlan.
The following list may help assist you in determining whether or not you need representation in a personal injury case.
- Auto Accidents
- Semi-Truck Accidents
- Slip and Fall
- Wrongful Death
- Medical Malpractice
- Brain Injury
- Motorcycle Injury
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