The term personal injury is an outdated term that can be used to describe the infinite situations in which an individual might endure physical and emotional damage due to one’s own behavior.
Demonstration of a Judgment in a Personal Injury Case Faced with an Individual or Company
Despite the specific circumstances of the accident, the law states that the injured party will prove the following to recover damages:
- Duty: The person who allegedly caused the accident or damage referred to as the Defendant, has the duty to act or not in a particular way – and not injure the person who filed the lawsuit or lawsuit referred to as the Applicant.
- Breach of Duty: The next obstacle for the plaintiff will be the obligation to prove in a personal injury case that the defendant has failed in his duty – or in English, acted inappropriately. Example – In the case of a car accident, the driver thus failed in his duty.
- Cause and Effect Relationship: The final element that a claimant must face in any type of personal injury or medical malpractice case is to establish that his injuries are related. Example – Returning to our case of a traffic accident, the complainant must provide documentation that shows that his physical injuries are attributable to the accident. If a person has a back injury that needs an operation, the law places the responsibility that the medical testimony and the subsequent medical procedure were related to the accident. If the cause-effect element cannot be established, there will be no claim.
How Much is Your Personal Injury Case?
Although the underlying explanation for the injury may be different from one case to another, most victims of personal injury cases are entitled to monetary compensation usually called damages. As the injured party’s lawyers with Gordon & Gordon Law Firm, it is our responsibility to evaluate each case to determine how to present this to the insurance company or jury so that the compensation that our client can obtain for the responsible party will be maximized. The most common types of injuries and expenses associated with these cases include:
- Previous and future medical expenses
- Hospital bills
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Healthcare vehicle required
- Loss of wages due to disability
- Funeral expenses
- Permanent disability