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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

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What is a personal injury claim? Table of Contents: What is a personal injury claim? What is recognized as a personal injury? What constitutes a physical injury? What constitutes an emotional injury? What constitutes a mental injury? If you have a personal injury claim but no legal experience, knowing what to do can be… Read More »

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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

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What is recognized as a personal injury? A personal injury is recognized as an injury to body, mind, or emotions. It is not considered an injury to property. For example, if someone pushes you down and that fall breaks your watch, that is not a personal injury case. But if that fall breaks your… Read More »

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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

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What constitutes a physical injury? Physical injury is easier to prove in court, which is why this type of injury makes up a larger percentage of the successful cases in court. It is easier to gather evidence such as x-rays and pictures to show the physical harm done, making the case easier to win…. Read More »

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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

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What constitutes an emotional injury? Emotional injury refers to any kind of stress, abuse, slander, neglect, defamation, or libel caused by an event that was outside of your control. An emotional injury happens during a traumatic event or series of events that may or may not be coupled with a physical injury. How can… Read More »

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What is a Personal Injury Claim?

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What constitutes a mental injury? A mental injury as it pertains to children is an injury to a child’s psychological or intellectual ability and capacity. Any emotional, cognitive, behavioral, or mental disorder a child develops due to an act of commission or omission is a mental injury. Sometimes the mental injury is inflicted by… Read More »

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