Personal injuries due to the negligence of others can, sadly, occur in a variety of ways. Regardless of how the injury takes place, the victim is left suffering and may face a mountain of medical bills related to the treatment of their injuries and no way to pay them. This can come to add insult to injury when a victim is forced to miss work due to their injuries and has no means of paying that stack of bills. However, personal injury victims have rights, and one of those rights is to sue the liable party for damages in civil court. If you have been hurt and want to discuss the possibility of taking legal action with a personal injury lawyer, contact the legal team at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. for a cost-free case evaluation.
Over the four decades we have been practicing law, we have seen many types of personal injury cases at our offices. Some of the most common case types include:
If you were the victim of one of these types of situations or any other situation where another party’s negligence led to you getting hurt, we would like to help you pursue justice in court.
To better build your legal case, it is important that you document your injuries thoroughly after you have received medical treatment and your health has been stabilized. You can document your injuries by taking photos of them and keeping a file with copies of pay stubs showing lost wages resulting from the accident and medical bills associated with expenses related to the accident (injury treatment, physical therapy, rehabilitative therapy, etc.). If you were injured in an accident, gathering and retaining the contact information of any witnesses to the accident can also be helpful. By keeping this information and these documents handy, you can help your attorney craft a personal injury court case tailored to your specific situation.
If you need a personal injury lawyer in Raytown, the attorneys at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. can assist you with filing a claim in civil court. We have more than 40 years of experience in the field of law, and we specialize in handling personal injury litigation cases. Our goal is to help clients turn a bad day into a brighter future by advocating for them in civil court. We work on a fee-contingent basis, meaning that we do not charge a fee until after your case has reached its resolution through either a courtroom win or a satisfying settlement. We are committed to seeking the recovery of damages for our clients, and those damages could be paid out to you as a cash award. Do not continue to suffer in silence—call today for your free consultation.
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