Personal Injury


A personal injury is described as any harm caused to a person,

such as a broken bone, a cut, a bruise, or slander.


Any type of bodily injury as a result of an attack, negligence, or

accident can also be categorized as the same, and, where appropriate,

you can file a lawsuit to recover damages from whoever is responsible

for your injuries.


Personal injury claims must be brought within a specific period of time

after the accident, after which they become ‘statute barred’ and will not

succeed. The length of this strict time limit varies from state to state,

so it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible.