Personal Injury

Any time someone is injured, it is a natural inclination to look for someone else to blame.  Whether the case concerns products liability, premises liability, or a general negligence claim arising out of an automobile accident, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant failed to act with the expected standard of care, causing injury.  A strong defense will investigate the true cause of the accident, including any intervening factors and whether the plaintiff's own negligence caused or exacerbated the extent of the injuries.  It is also the job of the defense to examine the true nature and extent of plaintiff's injuries, including the existence of prior injuries or conditions which may be the true cause of the current complaint.

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