Personal Injury Cases Require A Prompt And Prepared Response
The National Safety Council (NSC) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) describe personal injuries as “unintentional and preventable.” Both organizations have statistics that indicate the number of people who are injured or die from someone else’s negligence or failure to do what was required is steadily rising.
NSC statistics indicate someone dies every three minutes from injuries they suffer in accidents. The CDC reports that there are about 40 million medical visits each year for preventable injuries and the agency reports that personal injuries are the third leading cause of death. If you or a loved one was hurt or died in an accident, call Gradney, PC.
Types Of Cases We Handle
The sad fact is that all these cases are avoidable if people follow laws and rules. However, that does not always happen and there are more safety issues on the road, in homes and where you work than ever before.
We can help with:
- Car accidents. The Texas Department of Transportation reports that someone is injured every two minutes on our roads. Almost 18,000 of those injuries were serious and about 35 percent of them resulted in death.
- Dog bites. For dog bite claims, the person who was bitten must prove that the owner knew the dog was aggressive or that it had previously bitten someone. They must also prove that the owner did not properly control their animal.
- Medical malpractice. There are medical standards. If they are not met and someone is injured, it could result in a lawsuit.
- Slips and falls. The National Safety Council reports that there are more than nine million emergency room visits annually related to slips and falls.
I Collect No Fees Unless I Win Your Case
Millions of people get hurt every year when businesses and people are negligent. All cases are unique, and the details of your case will dictate your success. Our lawyer can help you if you believe you have a personal injury claim. Email my Dallas office or call me at 214-974-5475 for a free consultation.