PERSONAL INJURY

Personal injury claims seek compensation for a wide variety of wrongs. Claims are made in civil trial courts to recover compensation for injury, because of unsafe or dangerous practices in home maintenance, home construction, building construction and snow/ice removal (slip and fall). Therefore, the attorney and the claimant review standards of conduct generally imposed upon the community, whether by a statute or case law developed by appellate courts. The claimant must show that the person that caused him or her harm violated a standard or rule of safety and that this violation caused injury. Assault and Battery may create a civil claim for damages as well as a criminal prosecution. An intricate list of defense and immunities can be raised by the person who is the subject of a claim and these concerns must be analyzed.

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