Ramie Shalabi | August 7, 2020 | Personal Injury
What type of cases involves a personal injury?
“Personal injury” is a very broad term that means any type of accident that results in bodily harm. Within the legal context, a personal injury case can come from a car accident (most common), slip and fall, dog bite, boating accident, or pedestrian accident, among others. It almost always involves someone committing a wrongdoing (for example, someone turning out in front of you while driving) that results in an injury. In other words, the person or company who caused the harm must be at-fault for your accident and injuries.
You will not likely recover any money or get compensated for someone just committing a wrongdoing or negligent act. There has to be damages – most commonly in the form of medical bills for treatment you needed as a result of the wrongdoing/negligent act.
The attorneys at Dayson & Shalabi Law Firm at South Carolina personal injury attorneys who specialize in representing those who have been injured because of someone else’s negligence. Because the Dayson & Shalabi Law Firm’s South Carolina personal injury lawyers focus almost exclusively on personal injury cases, attorneys Curtis Dayson and Ramie Shalabi are able to use their experience to get the best results for their injured clients. If you think you’ve been injured by someone else’s negligence, give the Dayson & Shalabi Law Firm a call at 803-973-0304 to see if their experienced personal injury lawyers can help.