According to the National Center for Health Statistics, 80.1 million patients visited hospitals and physician offices due to personal injuries. Furthermore, nearly 200,000 died from their injuries, which underlines the fact that personal injuries can be both costly and deadly.
Sometimes, however, the other party might try to offer an unjust amount once you seek compensation for your injury. This is why you need a personal injury attorney to help you go through the claims process, the litigation or negotiations on the amount of compensation, if necessary.
When to File Personal Injury Claims
According to the California Code of Civil Procedure, “injury to a person” occurs when the defendant harms you, with or without willful intent. The intent to do harm is not required because accidents resulting in personal injury deserve financial compensation as well. Some common examples of personal injury claims are wrongful death, assault, personal injury accidents, battery, and negligent or intentional infliction of emotional distress. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ndhKrU