Legal Help is Available if You’ve Been Injured or Assaulted

Millions of injuries and assaults occur across the country every year, and it’s all too easy to become a victim. You may find yourself with serious injuries that can keep you from working and leave you in constant pain. You may also be burdened with ridiculously high medical bills that you simply can’t pay on your own.

You should never have to suffer due to the actions or negligence of another party. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or assault, then you have the right to make a claim against any at-fault parties. There are a wide variety of actionable causes that may occur from an injury or an assault, and these are just a few that will allow you to seek compensation.

Catastrophic Injuries

These types of injuries are defined as ones that prevent you from leading a normal life or engaging in any type of gainful employment. Those suffering from a catastrophic injury may become paralyzed, experience a severe loss of cognitive function or even sustain injuries so severe that the final result is death. This term also applies to children who have been severely harmed by the mistakes of a doctor during the birth process.

  • Brain Injury
  • Burn Injury
  • Back Injury
  • Skull Fracture
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Birth Injury
  • Child Injury
  • Wrongful Death

Assault and Battery

When another person threatens and physically harms you in any way, you may make a claim against them for your injuries. Even if you didn’t suffer a catastrophic injury from the attack, you may still make a claim for those issues caused by the incident.

  • Broken Bones
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Personal Injuries

These types of injuries are the result of accidents that occur due to the negligence of another party. While accidents do happen, a claim may be made when you are injured in a place where you should be able to expect a reasonable amount of safety.

  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Liability for Childcare
  • Premise Accidents
  • Maritime Injuries

Animal Injuries

Though most people consider their pets a part of the family, animals are considered the property of their owner. This means that an owner must take responsibility if their pet injures another animal or person.

• Injuries to Pets

• Animal and Dog Bites

Other Injuries

Because there are so many different ways that you may be injured, you may also seek compensation for injuries that don’t fit in any of the above categories. Claims may be sought for any of the following.

  • False Imprisonment
  • Government Claims
  • Tort Claims

We’re Here to Help

Here at David K. Kremin and Associates P.C., our experienced attorneys are ready to help you with any injury or assault claim. Just give us a call at 1-800-275-2529 to receive your free consultation today.