Personal injury law turns on a concept called the tort, or wrong. If one party wrongs another, the injured party can make a claim for compensation. At Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., our business is representing people who have been injured in civil litigation against those who were responsible for the wrong. Regardless of the circumstance, our Kansas City personal injury attorneys are committed to providing you with the thorough legal representation you deserve.
We have effectively represented clients in a wide range of injury claims, including:
There are many kinds of torts and injuries. Our personal injury lawyers focus on serious injuries arising from motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-fall situations, and product failures. We also represent workers who have been injured on the job, and who need help obtaining full compensation.
Our team seeks out compensation to help you handle things like:
A settlement is reached when the defendant agrees to pay the plaintiff a specified amount to drop the case. Typically, this is how most personal injury cases end – the majority of settlements are reached before a lawsuit is even filed. The amount of a settlement will vary depending on several factors including medical costs, pain and suffering, and severity of the injury. When you come to Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. you can trust that we will work tirelessly to pursue the justice you deserve while you focus on yourself and your loved ones.
Sustaining an injury is a stressful and exhausting experience in any situation, but is particularly trying when you know that it could have been avoided by another party being more careful. If you have suffered an injury due to another party being negligent or reckless, our team of personal injury attorneys in Kansas City may be able to get you the help you need.
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