You May Be Eligible for Compensation After Negligent Acts
When someone fails to use reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable harm to a person or property, this is referred to as "negligence." Negligence may or may not be intentional. A person can be found at fault for being negligent without meaning to cause harm.
The law protects personal injury victims as a result of negligence. As a victim, you may be owed compensation for medical care, damages to property or lost time due to the injury.
Acts of negligence include:
- Auto accidents
- Dangerous products
- Defective medical equipment
- Harmful drugs
- Motorcycle accidents
- Nursing home abuse and negligence
- Slip and fall accidents
At Castle Law Office, an experienced personal injury attorney will assist you or your loved one in your case. When you meet with us, we will work to understand your situation and get the most compensation possible for your injury.
Call us today at 816-842-7100 to speak with an attorney that will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. Or you can click here to email us and schedule your free consultation.