Experienced assistance with a dedication to getting you what you deserve.
If you’ve been injured, getting you the compensation you deserve is our first priority at Thomas, Conrad & Conrad.
Count on our unmatched track record of success as shown by our recent recoveries in non-vehicular personal injury cases.
- After contesting liability and refusing to offer any monies to settle, a Monroe County minor child was awarded $188,000 after trial for injuries suffered when struck by a rock thrown by a neighbor child.
- A $470,000 recovery in a Northampton County premises liability accident case.
- Dog bite case recovery of $190,000.00 for a local woman whose dog was attacked by a neighbor’s pit bull resulting in our client attempting to intervene and while doing so breaking her hand.
If you have suffered a personal injury, obtaining legal representation is essential to obtaining the compensation you are due by law. When the negligence or carelessness of another has led to your pain, you deserve to have someone advocate for you to determine the damages and liabilities associated with your injury. You may qualify based on physical, mental or emotional injuries.
Slip and Fall Accidents
Businesses are responsible for keeping the inside and outside of their premises safe for guests. This includes the parking and walking areas that are owned and maintained by the company. If you fall because the area was not properly maintained or obstructions were in your way, you are due compensation according to the law. Whether your injuries are minor or severe, Thomas, Conrad & Conrad Law Offices can ensure that you are able to focus on your recovery while we handle your settlement claim.
Types of Liability
Personal injuries fall within one of four categories. Your legal team can assess the type and the associated legal processes regarding your claim.
Intentional liability involves acts where someone set out to harm you, such as an assault or another criminal act. On the other hand, negligence liability relates to when a person failed to do their duty. Strict liability falls between these two and regards when a person failed to act.
The fourth is premises liability, which involves property that was not properly maintained. For instance, an unfenced swimming pool at a residence or large hole in a commercial parking lot.
What to Do After a Personal Injury
If you believe that your injuries fall within one of the categories, it is important that you don’t speak to anyone about the incident until you have spoken to an attorney. Obtain the appropriate medical attention and gather contact information from witnesses if possible.
You or someone you trust should take pictures immediately documenting the hazard. This will prevent the responsible party from hiding their mistake. Video footage of the surrounding area can also be helpful to show the circumstances of your injury.
You have the legal right to obtain compensation for your injuries and inconvenience related to your personal injury claim. Contact the team at Thomas, Conrad & Conrad Law Offices today to arrange for a free consultation appointment. Our experts will assess your situation and determine the best way to move forward.
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