What is Personal Injury Claims Danville
What Type of Case is Personal Injury?
Personal injury cases fall under personal injury law, or tort lawsuits. Tort is a legal term for wrongdoing, especially if the wrongful act results in injury.
Tort claims must address two things: liability and damages. Tort law helps establish accountability for the accident and personal injuries associated with the accident, whether it’s physical or psychological. Most of the time, personal injury victims want monetary compensation in order to pay the medicals bills and costs associated with recovery.
Torts fall into three categories:
- Intentional torts deal with wrongful acts committed on purpose.
- Negligent torts are associated with car accidents, especially if the driver who caused the accident broke traffic laws.
- Strict liability is used in defective product cases to hold the responsible party accountable for a faulty product.
If you have suffered a personal injury, and you believe someone else should be held accountable for the damages, call Trost Law Group. For three generations, our family has fought to protect the rights of the seriously injured in Danville and throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Call for a free case review at (434) 792-2220.