Common Types of Personal Injury Cases - Legal Reader

The more evidence you have, the stronger your case for a personal injury may be.
Personal injury cases are those where someone is harmed through the negligence of another person. In most of these cases, one person makes a decision that harms other people. There can also be an accident, a lack of safety training, or an error in judgment that causes a person to become injured. If the incident is the fault of both parties, or there’s no ill intent, it can be harder to make a personal injury claim. A qualified attorney can assess your situation and determine if you have a personal injury case.
What are the Most Common Types of Personal Injuries?
Understanding what defines personal injury, and what makes up other types of cases, is important. You need to work with the right type of attorney to address your issues, and finding one means knowing what kind of case you want to pursue. There can be several types of personal injury cases, but the most common categories are:
Motor Vehicle Accident — If you’ve been in a car accident, or an incident with any other type of vehicle, such as a semi truck or a motorcycle, you’ll want to talk to a personal injury lawyer. These types of cases include hit-and-runs, DUIs, crashes from speeding, and more.
Medical Malpractice — Anyone who’s been the victim of mistreatment or misjudgment from someone in the medical profession may have a medical malpractice case. Being misdiagnosed, given the wrong medication, or given an incorrect surgery may all...

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