Personal Injury Practice –
DO YOU HAVE GROUNDS TO FILE A PERSONAL INJURY LAWSUIT?
Filing a successful personal injury case rests on your ability to prove that the accident occurred as the result of another party’s negligence. Negligence, by definition, is any careless or reckless behavior or omission on the part of an individual or corporation. If you or someone you love was injured in an accident that could have been avoided, you may have grounds to file a lawsuit.
After an accident, you need serious, hard-hitting representation, and you need it fast. By law, you have only two years from the date of your injury to take legal action. Acting swiftly can help ensure that no details are forgotten, unnoticed, or overlooked. The sooner you bring your case to an attorney, the stronger chance you could stand at recovering maximum compensation.