Different Kinds of Personal Injury Claims Defined

Posted by Ryan Russman | Oct 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

You can't predict where and when an accident will occur, it could be during work hours, or leisurely time; also when you're silently going for a walk. It could be due to the carelessness of one individual or malfunction of a machine, product, or engine that may cause serious damage. It could result within delayed work and delayed income, or better yet, termination, particularly if the damaged body limb includes the one you're frequently utilizing at work. It results in various kinds of personal injury claims that are as follows:

Occupational Injuries

While at work, you would not know what might occur, especially when you're working within a construction site in which you're given the dangerous responsibility of transporting materials like sacks of cement and hollow blocks up and down or to and fro a structure that's being built. It could place you at risk to become slammed by falling debris even if you're paying attention. Such injury claims could be filed if you've completed an incidental report in which you documented the entire incident which occurred in order for the necessary action to be taken.

Road Accidents

It's possible to become hit anytime, and car crashes range from mild to severe and in some cases, even death. It could be a life changing occasion since it may do extended damage to your body like amputation of the lower and upper body parts. Thus, correct compensation must be acquired due to the individuals with this case not having the ability to work anymore due to the damage caused by the accident.

Medical Negligence

Currently, there are tons of clinical negligence claims, as there are lots of nurses and doctors who don't perform their job correctly resulting in further injury. Occasionally, you'll enter the hospital for a simple disease, and it'll turn into a more complex case due to negligence.

About the Author

Ryan Russman

Attorney Ryan Russman has dedicated his career to fighting for the rights of New Hampshire citizens. His practice, based in Exeter (Rockingham County) New Hampshire, is limited to cases involving DWI and DUI, other motor vehicle and criminal cases, and many cases involving personal injury. He is, however, best known as one of New Hampshire's leading legal authorities on DWI.


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