Personal Injury Cases: How to Determine If You Have a Case
Common Personal Injury Cases
Here are just a few of the typical injuries and accidents that constitute a personal injury case:
Slip and Fall Accidents: All business owners are liable for their property. If you have been injured on commercial or personal property from a slip and fall accident, falling debris, or other avoidable circumstances, you may have the right to compensation.
Brain Injury: Injuries involving the head and brain are among the most terrifying because the extent of the damage is not always obvious and side effects may present themselves long after the injury takes place. Contact us to tell us more about the injuries you have sustained and we can offer legal advice on how to proceed.
Amputation, Scarring and Disfigurement: If you have lost a limb or multiple limbs, have developed severe scarring or some other form of disfigurement from an injury, you may be entitled to compensation. From cosmetic procedures to rehabilitation services and prosthetics, it can be expensive, emotionally draining and time-consuming to adjust to these new realities for your body.
Spinal Cord Injuries: Spinal injuries typically occur in car accidents and can lead to long-term health issues, mobility problems or chronic pain. Don’t suffer physical pain and injustice. Work with a personal injury attorney in Abbotsford that is experienced and dedicated to your case.
Contact experienced personal injury lawyers in Abbotsford to receive fast and effective results from a bad experience. Peter W. Unruh offers representation for clients across the Lower Mainland and can provide personal injury law services that are comprehensive and reliable. From legal counsel at the early stages of your accident to long-term goal setting and representation during the trial, we offer legal support as you recover.