Personal Injury Claims
When you suffer personal injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, it is in your best interests to seek an experienced personal injury attorney who can aggressively protect your legal rights. The primary legal goal in a personal injury case is to recover the damages to which you are legally entitled. These damages can include but are not necessarily limited to medical/surgical/therapy bills, pain and suffering, and lost income/wages.
Allow the O’Neal Law Office to handle the details of your personal injury case so that you can focus on healing and returning your life to normal. Contact the O’Neal Law Office today for a complimentary consultation to discuss your claims resulting from the following:
- Auto accident
- Trip and fall / Slip and fall
- Premises liability
- Inadequate security
- Animal / Dog attack
- Truck accident
- Misfilled prescriptions
- Wrongful death
- Defamation (Libel and Slander)
- Malicious prosecution
Here are a few results obtained by John O’Neal for personal injury clients…
Personal Injury—Automobile—Nasal Fracture
A man was driving home from work when his vehicle was hit by another vehicle that made an improper lane change. The man suffered a fractured nose, which required surgery, in addition to a back injury. Due to the extended period of time he was disabled from work, he lost his job and went several months before he returned to the wage level he was at on the date of the collision. Even after two back surgeries, he continues to have back pain and problems. A lawsuit was filed and the case was settled prior to trial.
Personal Injury—Premises Liability—Falling Freight—-Trucker
A truck driver for a major national trucking company injured her arm when she opened the door to her truck’s trailer and put up her arm to prevent being struck by falling freight. The freight, which was improperly loaded and secured by another company, shifted in transit and the truck driver was not informed of the pending danger. The woman missed several weeks of work and eventually had to resign her employment. The case was settled at a court-ordered mediated settlement conference.
- Posted in: Civil Matters & Litigation ♦ Personal Injury ♦ Torts ♦ Wrongful Death
- Tagged: animal attack, Auto accident, automobile, damages, defamation, dog attack, dog bite, inadequate security, libel, lost income, lost wages, malicious prosecution, misfilled prescription, pain and suffering, slander, slip and fall, trip and fall, truck accident, wrongful death