Dallas Personal Injury Attorney
Personal injuries occur when the actions of one person or party result in serious harm or death to another. Those injures can be caused by negligent, reckless or intentional conduct. The victims of personal injury can suffer from long-term health conditions, pain, suffering and loss of income. Families of victims often suffer dire financial and emotional consequences.
A victim or victim’s family that decides to take legal action for the injuries pursues what is known as a personal injury case. Lawyers for the plaintiff (the injury victim) and the defendant (person or party who the victim claims is responsible for the injuries) present information about the case. If the court finds that the defendant is responsible for the plaintiff’s injuries, the defendant must pay financial damages to the plaintiff.
The Law Offices of Eric H. Marye & Associates have experience in a variety of personal injury cases, including:
- Work Injuries
- Workers’ Compensation
- Third Party Liability
- Jones Act &. Maritime
- Electric Shock
- Vehicle Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Misdiagnosis / Failure to Diagnose
- Surgical Errors
- Brain injury
- Product Liability
- Dangerous Products
- Prescription Injuries
- Wrongful Death
If you’ve suffered from a serious injury in the state of Texas, you need a personal injury law firm with the experience to take on tough cases, and the client dedication to ensure your rights and interests come first. Contact The Law Offices of Eric H. Marye & Associates for a free case review at 214-987-8240 or contact us via email.
see also: Personal Injury FAQ
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