Were you injured because of the negligence of another party? Have you incurred medical bills, lost wages, and other losses because of the accident? If so, you might have grounds for a personal injury case, which may provide you with compensation for these and other damages.
At Younglove Law Firm, we help accident victims recover the compensation they need and deserve. Attorney Doug Younglove has over 35 years of experience protecting the rights of his clients and will work tirelessly to pursue justice for you, too. Call us today at (602) 737-3333 to schedule your free, no-obligation case review.
If you have been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you are already dealing with enough between the medical appointments, conversations with your employer about when you can return to work, and daily pain, not to mention all the responsibilities you already had before the accident. You don’t need to worry about the hassle of dealing with insurance companies that want to minimize your injuries and their liability.
When you hire Younglove Law Firm to represent you, we will:
We will also offer peace of mind so that you can concentrate on your recovery.
Personal injuries often occur in accidents, such as:
In these cases, you will likely need to prove the defendant was negligent – that is, they owed you a duty of care and by breaching that duty, they injured you. However, in some cases, intentional misconduct might give rise to a personal injury claim, such as assault or nursing home abuse.
If you would like to learn whether you have grounds for a personal injury case, contact Younglove Law Firm for assistance. We can evaluate your case during a free, no-obligation consultation.
Personal injury victims can receive compensation for the economic and non-economic damages they experience because of the accident.
Economic damages are losses that are tied to some financial loss. Common examples of economic damages claimed in personal injury cases include:
In addition to current expenses that victims have already incurred, economic damages also include future anticipated financial expenses, including future medical expenses or lost earning capacity.
Non-economic damages are not tied to a direct economic loss and include losses such as:
These damages are more subjective and difficult to put a dollar amount on.
If you were hurt in an accident, contact Younglove Law Firm at (602) 737-3333 to schedule your free case consultation.