Worcester Personal Injury Attorney
Dedicated Advocacy for the Injured
If you sustained injuries due to another party's act of negligence or misconduct, you have the right to seek proper compensation for your pain and suffering. Do not fall into the misconception that you have to take care of your steep medical expenses, lost wages, and loss of enjoyment of life on your own. We strongly advise to contact our skilled Worcester personal injury lawyers who understand how to effectively recover the maximum amount of compensation possible.
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Skilled Representation in All Types of Personal Injury Cases
At Kovacs Law, P.C., we fight diligently to uncover who was liable for your personal injuries. We have successfully represented hundreds of clients and negotiated with big insurance companies, giving us the insight and experience needed to handle your claim.
We can represent a wide range of personal injury claims, including:
- Brain injuries
- Back Injuries
- Boating Accidents
- Burn Injuries
- Car accidents
- Catastrophic injuries
- Construction accidents
- Child Injuries
- Dog Bites
- Drunk driving accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Nursing home negligence
- Product liability
- Skiing Accidents
- Slip & fall accidents
- Social Security Disability Claims
- Truck accidents
- Workers' compensation
- Wrongful death
We understand how difficult and overwhelming personal injuries can be at times, which is why we are here to provide the excellent support and guidance you need.
How long will it take to settle my personal injury case?
Because each case is unique, it is difficult to predict how long a case may take to resolve. If your case is settled without going to court, then it may take as little as a few months. If your case ends up going to trial, however, it may be several months or even years.
Do I have to go to court?
If you do not want to go to court, then we can try to settle your case with the responsible party. We always do our best to come to a reasonable settlement before filing a lawsuit.
How can I prove that someone else was negligent for my injuries?
The court defines “negligence” as the failure to use reasonable care. If the court determines that a reasonable person would have acted differently in the same situation, then the person who caused your injury would be considered negligent and held responsible. There are generally four things that a court will look at in proving negligence:
- Duty of care: obligation to avoid injuring another person
- Breach of duty: if a person created or allowed a dangerous situation that hurt another person, then that individual breached his or her duty of care
- Causation: it is essential to prove that the person who breached the duty of care was directly responsible for your accident
- Damages: you must be able to show tangible damages in order to be compensated for them
Discuss Your Case with a Personal Injury Lawyer in Worcester
Our Worcester personal injury attorneys are passionate about protecting the best interest of injured individuals and their families. We strive to provide attentive representation with a focused drive towards obtaining much needed results. Are you ready to pursue legal action? Allow our team to utilize our experience to strengthen your personal injury claim today!
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