Who can make a personal injury claim?

Anyone who has suffered injury or loss due to the fault of someone else can make a personal injury claim. Although the most typical personal injury claims arise as a result of motor vehicle accidents, many people who suffer “mishaps” are unaware they may have a claim. If an injury has been suffered, there are many situations which merit an accident claim:

If you have fallen:

  • Are conditions slippery?
  • Has someone or something preventible created a hazard?
  • Is a change in terrain inappropriately marked?
  • Has the building code been met?
  • Is there something that takes your attention away from your feet?
  • Has a tripping hazard been created by a curled rug, item left on the floor or other situation?
  • Did someone or something knock you off balance?

If you have been injured by an animal:

  • Was the animal on the loose?
  • Were you warned that the animal was dangerous?
  • Were you “invited” to the premises where the animal resided?

If a personal injury is caused in a supervised activity:

  • Were you provided proper equipment?
  • Was appropriate instruction provided?
  • Was the activity suitable for someone of your ability, stature, strength, fitness, etc.

You are eligible to commence a personal injury claim if you have suffered a real injury and a case can be made that someone else was at least partially responsible for that injury. If you think you MIGHT have a potential accident claim, don’t hesitate. A consultation is FREE. Call or email and find out if you have a claim.

  • Robinson LLP client Margaret on a horse holding a yellow ribbon
    I was blessed when my sister Sue found you and your team to help me.  When I found myself paralyzed, you led me and my family through the process of recovery we are grateful because we wouldn’t have been able to buy and renovate our beautiful log home on 5 acres so I could have a horse in my life…
    Margaret K.

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