Is Your Case Worth Pursuing?

3 questions to quickly decide if your case is worth pursuing

  1. Are you injured?
  2. Do you consider your injuries serious?
  3. Did another party cause the injuries?

If you said “Yes” to these questions, there’s a good chance your case is worth pursuing. Click the button below so we can discuss your claim.

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How To Tell If It’s Worth Pursuing A Claim

Whether you’ve been injured on someone’s property, just rear-ended on the highway, or injured as a result of negligence of a professional person, there are two questions that will help you decide whether or not to seek compensation:

  1. Were you injured or damaged? If you were injured or damaged and it was another party’s fault then it may be worth taking action. Injury or damage may consist of physical injury, failure to be properly treated by a professional person, loss of income or wages, or injury or damage to your property.
  2. Do you consider the injuries/damages serious? If you were injured but the damage is not really significant then you may be better off settling directly with the insurance company or other party and not bringing in legal counsel. However, if the event has led to considerable injuries or damages and you feel that it will take a long period of time to return to your “previous self” then it’s a good idea to seek legal advice.

Beware: Insurance companies will often try to move quickly in an attempt to “buy” the claim cheaply, avoiding higher settlement costs. If your injuries are serious or if you’ve had lingering symptoms, you may have a right to a higher settlement.

If you believe you fall into that category, contact us today and we’ll set up a free consultation to determine if you have a case.

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Should You Pursue A Civil Claim?

Tort law is designed to compensate that is, to make whole an injured party as a result of someone else’s negligent or intentional misconduct.

To have a chance at winning a civil claim, you should be able to prove 3 things:

  1. There has been wrongdoing (intentional or unintentional). To start, you must be able to prove that there has been some breach of duty on the other party’s part. That breach could have been intentional or it could have been unintentional. In either case, if the party has caused you harm then you may have a right to a claim.
  2. The wrongdoing caused the damage you suffered. In tort law, you must be able to prove by the greater weight of the evidence that the other party’s actions or inactions actually led to your damages.
  3. The damages/injuries are real. In these cases, it’s not just enough to say damage occurred; you must be able to reasonably prove that the damages resulted from the other party’s action or inaction. In other words, you can’t just say you have severe neck pain; you need medical proof that supports the injury.

If you believe you may have a good case, contact us today and we’ll set up a free consultation to help you pursue your civil claim.


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