Often time’s accidents are just that- accidents. Yet sometimes they are caused by the negligence or oversight of another party. These are called “personal Injury” cases. Some of the most common kinds of personal injury cases include: car accidents, premises liability cases, and product liability cases.
According to the website of the Abel Law Firm, in the case of car accidents, a personal injury case can be filed if a victim is injured due to the fault of another driver or another party involved in the accident. The car manufacturer, tire manufactures, or even those in the city in charge of maintaining highways and roads could be at fault for an accident that injures a cautious driver who followed all rules of the road.
Mazin & Associates personal injury lawyers are typically aware that in cases of premises liability a victim is injured in a building belonging to a property owner who failed to construct or maintain the structure of their building. This negligence often leads to the injury of the inhabitants or visitors to the building. Some examples of this involve fires, star collapses, mold and asbestos exposure.
According to the website of The Law Offices of Mark T. Lassiter, In the case of product liability, the victim was injured by a defective product due to the oversight or negligence of the products manufacturer. Some common examples of this include toxic food substances or defective toys for children. These are particularly dangerous cases because they affect large groups of people, a sin the case of toxic food substances, or they affect some of the most vulnerable victims- children.
Cases of personal injury can be extremely harmful and in some cases, life threatening. Unfortunately these cases often could have been prevented. These cases are the fault of the carelessness or neglect another party involved. In these cases the victim of such a tragedy or their families may be owed certain damages.