LawInfo Personal Injury Resources
LawInfo Personal Injury attorneys represent clients in a wide array of categories. Aside from the more obvious personal injury cases, which may involve one person inflicting physical injury on another, such as in a personal attack, personal injury cases also include:
Birth Injuries, which can be the result of excessive physical or other interventions during birth resulting in abrasions, deprivation of oxygen or worse, and can lead to such complications as Cerebral Palsy, Bell's Palsy, or other related complications.
Slip and Fall, one of the most paradigmatic categories of personal injury, occur when someone responsible for a property either allows a negligent condition to occur or does nothing to remedy a dangerous condition, resulting in someone tripping or slipping and falling and becoming injured.
Car Accident, injuries from auto collisions may or may not be immediately apparent. For example, soft tissue damage may take months to present symptoms.
Products Liability, which includes defective consumer goods, such as children's toys, asbestos, appliances, and even vaccinations, such as Guardasil.
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