Hiring a skilled and dedicated team to prosecute your claim determines the difference between receiving a gesture of financial compensation or obtaining full recovery for your injuries. Here at the Bostick Law Group, our trial team prepares each and every case for trial from the moment you call our firm for legal assistance. Large insurance companies and corporations fear the expense and exposure of trials so they attempt to avoid trials at all costs. By hiring an experienced and proven team like the Bostick Law Group, your case is prepared at the beginning for the judge and jury to decide the insurance company’s fate. Don’t waste time, contact the trial team at the Bostick Law Group today to begin preparing your claim to receive a full recovery.
Personal injury is a general category of law to include every variety of injury to a person’s body, emotions, or reputation. Claims for personal injury are brought under three (3) grounds/theories:
1. Negligence – basis for liability stems from an individual’s failure to behave with a level of care that someone of ordinary judgment would have exercised under the same circumstances. For example, a person fails to stop for traffic and rear-ends you while you were stopped at a traffic light.
2. Strict Liability – a person is held liable for committing an action, regardless of what his/her intent or mental state was when committing the action. For example, a person’s dog bites you while you are seated at a restaurant.
3. Intentional Acts – a person acts on purpose causing you injury. For example, a person punches you without cause.
If you believe you may have a personal injury case, don’t waste time. Contact the trial team at the Bostick Law Group today to begin preparing your claim to receive a full recovery.
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