Kansas City Personal Injury Law Firm
A personal injury is exactly what you would expect: an injury sustained by an individual. Usually, it’s a physical injury, but it can also be mental or emotional and can even include injuries to property. If you’ve suffered an injury that wasn’t your fault, the negligent party is legally obligated to pay for any injury-related losses. However, gathering the necessary evidence and information to establish fault is a time-consuming and complex task. That’s why it’s important to retain the legal services of a personal injury attorney who is familiar with the legal requirements to build such a claim.
What Is a Personal Injury?
Personal injuries can happen in a variety of ways. They could be bodily injury, intentional emotional distress or unintentional psychological distress caused by a negligent action. Types of personal injuries can include:
Do I have a Personal Injury claim?
If you have been injured, you need answers to the following questions to determine if you have a case:
- Did the offending party act reasonably under the circumstances?
- Were their actions contradictory to responsible behavior?
- Were your injuries a direct result of their actions?
- Did you suffer monetary damages because of their actions?
If the answer to any of these questions is YES, then you may have a personal injury case. The next step to take is to contact me directly. As a local personal injury attorney here in Kansas City, I can provide you with the best options given your circumstances.
Often, personal injury victims want to get back on their feet quickly and put their case behind them. Unfortunately, that can mean that some victims settle too early with the insurance company after an accident, for amounts that are significantly lower than what their case is really worth. As an experienced personal injury attorney, I can objectively evaluate an accident and the associated injuries and won’t be intimidated to take the case as far as it warrants.
Contact a Kansas City Injury Law Firm to Help Navigate your Claim
It’s never a good idea to try and navigate a personal injury or motor vehicle claim without solid legal advice or representation. My education and 20+ years of experience help me to maneuver through complex laws that often cross over into other areas such as workers’ compensation, social security, and probate law. Understanding these related fields is necessary to negotiate the best possible outcome for your claim. Never accept a settlement offer on your own!
It wasn’t your fault and shouldn’t be your burden if you’ve been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing. Begin your recovery today by scheduling a free consultation with Plaza Injury Law in Kansas City, MO. I’m available to discuss your case and am ready to hear your story.
If you have been injured as the result of someone’s negligence, or have sustained a permanent injury, you may be eligible to make a legal claim. I am happy to provide a free initial consultation to review your case, and your fee for any legal services will be a percentage of any money recovered on your behalf. Seek the counsel of an experienced legal representative to ensure you know all your options and contact my office today.
No Upfront Costs or Fees
At no up-front cost to you, Plaza Injury Law provides the best legal representation in personal injury and work injury on a contingency fee basis. This means that I do not take a fee until you receive compensation. You will not incur any legal fees or costs for my time and assistance unless I successfully earn you a trial verdict or settlement. Meaning, I have every incentive to maximize your recovery. I adhere to a “Clients First” philosophy, which means that I will do everything in my power to help you receive the justice and compensation you deserve for your injury and we help you get back to normal as quickly as possible.
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