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Personal Injury is the area of law which covers injuries sustained as a result of another's negligence. Negligence is defined as the failure to use reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable harm to a person, place or thing. An individual will be liable if his or her unreasonable act or failure to act causes an injury, even if the harm is unintentional. Generally, personal injury cases are done on a contingency bases, meaning that there are no fees to be paid unless we recover money for you. This means no attorney fees and no costs of any kind. If there Is no recovery, we absorb all expenses - including attorney fees.
Typical Personal Injury Cases:
Vehicle Accidents - Automobile (auto or car), truck, motorcycle, train accident
Recreational Accidents - Bicycle, boat, snowmobile, atv, sports or hunting accident
Airplane or aviation accident
Construction site accident
Premise liability - Injuries caused by accidents occurring on home or business property
Medical Malpractice - Injuries caused by a doctor, physician, hospital, nurse, health care Provider or medical/surgical product
Dental Malpractice - Injuries caused by a dentist
Product liability - Injuries caused by defective or dangerous products, tools, appliances or household chemicals, toys, clothing, medicine, machinery, made by manufacturers and corporations
Slip and Fall
Dog Bite Accidents
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I AM INJURED?
If you believe that the negligence of someone may have caused you injury, call Tone, Grubbe, McGory & Vermeeren to discuss your potential case. You should call or email us as soon as possible and avoid discussing this matter with strangers and/or insurance company representatives who are not with your own insurance company. You should, of course, be cooperative with the police, your treating physicians, and representatives from your own insurance company. However, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible to protect your legal right to any and all compensation the law affords you.