How do I know if I have a personal injury case?

The legal term “personal injury” falls within the scope of tort law and it refers to an injury to an individual’s body or mind as opposed to their property or possessions. Personal injury cases result from incidents of negligence, in which someone has, through their negligent and/or reckless actions, caused another to suffer an injury.

In a personal injury case, the injured individual (the plaintiff) will seek to recover damages in the form of financial compensation from the individual (the defendant), who caused the injury. It is important to remember that whether your injuries were caused by the acts of a single individual acting alone or by a company or agency, acting through an employee/agent, you still may have a personal injury case.

To know whether or not you have a legitimate personal injury case, contact one of our personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg to schedule a free consultation by calling 561.266.9191.

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