A burn is understood to be a type of injury that arises when damage or death is sustained to the cells of the body or skin.1 Burn injuries are typically categorized based on the severity and depth of injury as a first, second, or third-degree burn.2 The classification from first"..."
A slip and fall accident is understood to occur anytime in which a party is injured while on the premises of another party.1 Slip, trip, and fall accidents normally occur due to human or environmental factors. Some of the leading behavioral causes behind slip and fall accidents include encountering spills,"..."
A spinal cord injury arises when there is any type of damage sustained to the spinal cord or the nerves at the end of the spinal canal usually from a motor vehicle accident, fall, act of violence, sports injury, or alcohol-related accident.1 This damage can occur from a number of"..."
A personal injury case arises when there is a legal dispute between a plaintiff who is suing to hold the defendant legally liable based on an alleged harm, accident, or injury caused by the defendant.1 A personal injury lawsuit is a formally structured type of litigation with several common stages"..."
There are many different types of personal injury lawsuits that arise after an accident or injury. Some of the most common claims filed under personal injury law include car accident injuries, medical malpractice, defamation, dog bites, intentional torts, or premises liability claims such slip and fall injuries.1 What is Premises"..."
When there is a legal dispute arising from a person known as the plaintiff who alleges he or she was harmed by an accident or injury caused by a defendant that is being sued in order to be held legally responsible for the harm, then there is often a legal"..."
There are numerous individuals involved in a personal injury case including the plaintiff who alleges a harm or injury was caused and now seeks damages, the defendant who is being sued as the person legally responsible for the accident, the lawyers who represent the respective parties, and the judge or"..."