Vehicle Accidents

Insurance adjuster’s job is to make more money for the insurance company by paying less money to the injured people who deserve it. They do this by taking advantage of accident victims without proof of damages or injuries. We know that this is not fair, so we’ve listed some ways that accident victims can strengthen their cases for fair treatment by insurance companies.

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Any serious injury disrupts your life. However, some injuries are so catastrophic that victims never recover. They are left unable to work or enjoy life as they did before being injured in a motor vehicle accident work-related incident. They may experience ongoing pain and have to go through multiple surgeries. In addition to the pain and suffering, people with catastrophic injuries often have financial challenges as well as medical problems. Such a combination just adds to the misery the injured person is already experiencing.

Slip-and-Fall Injuries

The experienced lawyers at CourtLaw have handled many types of slip & fall cases over the years. Some of the cases our lawyers have handled include slips on food or foreign substances in malls, shopping centers, supermarkets, restaurants and other stores. Additionally, we represent victims who have tripped over badly aligned sidewalk edges and other dangerous surfaces, or who have fallen down as a result of poorly maintained stairs, or stairwells that are in poor condition or were inadequately lighted and/or not built to code. Each case usually involves unique aspects that must be adequately proven in order to resolve your case.

Construction Accidents

Working construction is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States today, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Consequently, it is not surprising that construction workers are highly vulnerable to serious injuries. Falls, slips and malfunctioning tools are just a few of the causes of the head injuries, broken bones and spinal cord injuries suffered by construction workers.

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