Gainesville Personal Injury Claims
Personal Injury Attorney Serving Gainesville & the Surrounding Areas
A person may be able to file a personal injury claim after sustaining any type of physical or emotional injury that was caused by another person’s conduct, whether this was accidental or intentional. The grounds for a Gainesville personal injury claim include: negligence, intentional conduct and strict liability. To find out if you may have a valid case, we recommend that you contact our law offices to talk to an experienced attorney about your case and concerns. Upon conducting an initial case review, we can make a preliminary determination as to the merits of your case.
A personal injury claim may be filed based upon various different types of accidents or other incidents that stem from negligence or wrongdoing. Auto accidents, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents, are the most common grounds for personal injury claims throughout the U.S. Additional types of claims may include, but are not limited to: slip and fall accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, dog bites, and boating accidents. Our law firm handles all types of personal injury cases throughout the Gainesville area, and we offer a free initial consultation to talk about your case and how we can assist you.
One of the best parts about working with a Gainesville personal injury attorney at Steven A. Bagen & Associates is that you pay no legal fees unless we win your case. This means that, unless we recover a settlement or jury award on your behalf, you pay nothing for our services. Not only does this make filing a personal injury claim a no-risk process for you, it encourages us to work even harder to recover the financial compensation you rightfully deserve.
Find out more about Gainesville personal injury claims and how a lawyer at our offices can help you with this matter. Contact us today!
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