Have You Suffered from a Personal Injury Case?

By Kevin Weinstein

Recovery - $1,400,000Case Description - MVA-front seat passenger; tractor trailer made turn directly into passenger door Description Injuries - Closed head injuries including multiple facial fractures requiring surgery,cervical and lumber surgeries, with shoulder and leg injuries.
Recovery - $995,285Case Description - Rear-end MVA-Driver of pickup truck towing bobcat, rearenend by dumptruck Description Injuries - Neck shoulder and hand; Servical Spine surgery required
Recovery - $750,000Case Description - NJ MVA-Rear ended by driver of commercial vehicle who fell asleep Description Injuries - Lumbar herniation requiring injections, left knee injury requiring surgery
Recovery - $750,000Case Description - MVA-travelling 45mph hit head-on and then rear-ended by another vehicle Description Injuries - leg, knee, forearm, finger rib and ankle fracture – surgery required for all but ribs

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If so, it is highly possible that you may be able to recover monetary compensation for your suffering. There are many important questions that you will need answered about your case if you are not familiar with Personal Injury Law, and in this article we will tell you everything you need to know.

The most common question that clients ask is whether or not they will be able to get compensation for their suffering. The answer to this question must be provided on a case by case basis, but by reading the following you should have a general understanding of personal injury law.

In order to have a successful personal injury case your lawyer must prove that the defendant was negligent and caused your injuries. You may asking yourself what is negligence? Another way of saying negligence is the not using ordinary care or acting in an unreasonable manner. As the person making the claim it is your burden to prove that the defendant was negligent and that the defendant’s negligence caused your injuries.

As previously stated, a specific answer to this question has to be provided on a case to case basis, but if you feel that your case meets the above stated requirements, then chances are that you may be able to receive some form of compensation for your suffering.