If you have been injured either physically or psychologically, and it was because someone was irresponsible or negligent in some way, contact The Rosenblum Law Firm and we can help you recover money that could be owed to you.
The Rosenblum Law Firm has handled numerous of personal injury cases and are familiar to the hardships that clients face after a serious incident. Our attorneys give free and informative consultation and once hired, provide world-class and zealous service to win your case to the best of their abilities throughout the entire procedure. To read more about how a attorney can help you with your personal injury case click here.
The Rosenblum Law Firm has a decades’ worth of experience helping our valued clients recover money in a variety of cases including getting money needed for past and future medical bills, lost wages, and compensation for pain and suffering. It is in your best interest to immediately contact an attorney once injured, since there are time restrictions as to when a personal injury case can be filed. If you delay the resolution, you are risking the possibility of missing the opportunity to have a court date to get your money recovered.
Call us today at 888-815-3649 for a free consultation to determine whether or not you have a case.
What Is Negligence?
Negligence is the failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would exercise in like circumstances. There are many different types of personal injury cases that involve negligence. Some of the most common ones are car accidents and medical malpractice cases.
When a motorist doesn’t obey the rules of the road and it results in an accident, the disobedient driver is said to be negligent. Also when a doctor or nurse causes you injury because they did not act reasonably or follow hospital procedure, the accused can be found negligent and money can be recovered to you.
How Do You Prove Negligence In A Personal Injury Case?
To recover damages in a civil case you will have to prove your case in court. Hiring an attorney to represent you and establish the four necessary elements of negligence in a case (duty, breach, causation and damages), tremendously improves your chances of winning.
Before bringing a negligence case to court, you should first consult an attorney to establish if the person you wish to recover from owes you any legal duty or obligation. For example, all motorist owe the public the duty of driving reasonably on the road and to obey all traffic laws.
Next, you will have to prove that the targeted person breached his/her legal duty or obligation, which means evidence must be brought forth proving he/she acted recklessly or violated the reasonable standard of care. Continuing the previous example, any proven violations a motorist conducts is an unlawful breach of their duty including, but not limited to an injury caused by speeding or drunk driving.
The next hurdle, which is usually more challenging in court, is proving that there is a factual causation or a direct link between what the targeted party did or did not do and the injury you sustained. If the causation is justified, then the accused damages are justified and money is then legally owed. Our firm has proven causation for several personal injury cases and then once all four elements are established, our attorneys will finalize by striving that our clients receive the best financial reward possible.
What Types Of Matters Can I Sue For?
- Broken bone injuries
- Bus accidents
- Brain injuries
- Car accidents
- Class action lawsuits
- Construction Accidents
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse Personal Injuries
- Premises liability
- Products liability
- Slip and fall accidents
- Social security and disability
- Spinal cord injuries
- Toxic substance injuries
- Truck accidents
- Wrongful Death
What Can An Attorney Do For Me?
There are actually many ways that an attorney can help you:
- An attorney can evaluate your injury to determine what type of compensation you can receive from your claim and who you can recover from.
- An attorney can make sure that your claim is given the attention it deserves and that you are compensated in a timely manner by communicating with the other party’s insurance company and/or legal team.
- If your insurance claim is disputed, an attorney can conduct an independent investigation in order to determine how to best prove the other parties liability.
- An attorney can take your matter to trial and win your case
The Rosenblum Law Firm has experienced and skilled attorneys, who have won cases with greatly satisfied results. To speak directly to one of our attorneys please call 888-815-3649 or contact us on the web.