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Have you been injured as a result of another party's negligence, a dangerous product, or an unsafe premises? If so, you may be eligible for financial compensation. If you are unsure as to whether you have a case or would like to file a medical malpractice or personal injury claim, the attorneys at our firm in Salt Lake City can provide you with the legal counsel required to make informed decisions. During your initial consultation, we can review your case, determine your claim eligibility, and recommend the best course of action. Should you have a claim, you can trust that we will provide you with unwavering representation and will work diligently on your behalf. We encourage you to contact our law office Salt Lake City today. A personal injury claim is a complicated matter and the value of an attorney cannot be overstated.
Torts - The Basics of Civil Litigation
A tort is a civil wrong that breaches a duty of care and infringes upon the victim's rights. Tort law differs from criminal law in that no illegal actions need have occurred for a tort claim to exist. The simple act of wronging a person and causing injury can lead to legal liability. If this is the case, the attorneys at our Salt Lake City law firm can help you file a medical malpractice or personal injury claim against the liable parties. But what if you're unsure whether or not you have a case? Your answers to the following questions may provide you with a better idea of your claim eligibility.
- Have you been injured in an auto accident?
- Have you been injured due to medical negligence?
- Has a defective or dangerous product caused you injury?
- Have you suffered a dog bite injury?
- Did you slip and fall as a result of poorly maintained grounds?
- Were you injured on a private or commercial property?
- Have you been injured on the job?
If you've answered "yes" to any of the questions outlined above, you may be eligible to file a medical malpractice or personal injury claim. It should be noted that it may also be possible to file a claim on someone else's behalf. In the tragic event of a loved one's wrongful death, you can file a claim on behalf of the decedent for damages relating to expenses, loss of income, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium. In other cases, such as cases involving catastrophic injury, it may be possible to file a claim on the victim's behalf due to incapacity.
Though the above indicators may provide you with a better idea of your eligibility to file a medical malpractice or personal injury claim, a consultation at our office in Salt Lake City will be necessary to determine if you have a case. We handle all medical malpractice and personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning we collect no fees for our services unless we are able to recover damages on your behalf. If you have questions regarding a possible claim, there is no obligation and no risk.
Do You Have a Personal Injury Claim?
Our medical malpractice and personal injury group specializes in medical malpractice and personal injury litigation. Led by Norm Younker, our team has decades of experience and are experts in these types of claims, and you can rest assured that you will receive superb counsel and representation. If you believe that you have a medical malpractice or personal injury claim, contact the office of Younker Hyde Macfarlane in Salt Lake City today.
They were extremely knowledgeable, extremely helpful experts. The team helped me with all aspects of my case, including medical and financial, and understood that it affected more than me but also my family.- Jill S.