Injury Law 101

Injury Law 101

As a legal professional, you have some knowledge of personal injury law. However, if you are not a personal injury lawyer, simply starting the process of filing a claim can prove daunting. 

 Before referring your client’s case, being knowledgeable about the following basics is advisable:

  1. Injury law and common claims 
  2. Whether or not your client likely has a case 
  3. The amount of money you and your client could stand to win 
  4. How to start submit your case in under 90 seconds

Injury Law

While personal injury law covers a broad range of claims, not all are the basis for a lawsuit. It’s also important to remember that personal injury surpasses physical damage, meaning your client can receive money for non-physical pain associated with an accident.

Examples Of Injury Cases:

  • Slip, Trip and Fall
  • Auto Accidents
  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Defective Products
  • Dangerous Drugs
  • Premises Liability

Responsible Parties

When determining blame for your client’s injury, who is at fault depends on the case details and state laws. The court can find an individual, organization, city, municipality, government agency or others responsible for your pain.