Personal injury law refers to the legal remedies and defences involved in civil lawsuits brought as a result of wrongful conduct. Rather, these cases involve a private plaintiff seeking compensation (usually money) for the harm caused by the defendant’s actions.
Most personal injury cases are based on the doctrine of negligence. In essence, negligence requires every member of society to act responsibly and avoid putting others at risk. The doctrine recognizes that some accidents are unavoidable. To establish liability, the plaintiff must show that a reasonably prudent person in the defendant’s position would have acted differently under the circumstances.
Examples of negligence:
Medical complications resulting from doctors’ actions
Accident that happens at working time
Regarding the car accidents, medical negligence and accident at the time of working any claim for compensation turns against the insurance of the defendant party.
At the first stage we try to negotiate in order to mitigate the dispute and gain a compensation out of the court. If a such as compromisation does not have any result then we proceed with a lawsuit to the Court.
Normally and if you settle the case out of the court, the whole procedure could take from two to six months depending to the difficulties of each case. If the case goes to the Court, then the hearing could take place after four to five years approximately.
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