According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, unintentional injuries led to 39.5 million visits to a physician’s office in 2016 and 29.4 million visits to a healthcare emergency department in 2017. With such staggering statistics, anyone can be a victim of an injury, and yes, the injured are also victims. As a victim, you deserve a reliable law team to defend your rights. Whatever your injury case may be, you can click here for legal representation.
When You Will Need Legal Help
No one wants to get hurt. You probably learned from an early age how even a simple fall could take away your playtime. Well, as an adult, that fall can take you away from your work. Not only did your body get hurt, but so did your career and your income source. Unfortunately, despite the care you take, sometimes luck is not on your side. What is even more frustrating is if the injury was never your fault.
- Motor Vehicle-Related Injuries
More than 2.3 million people end up in a hospital because of motor vehicle-related injuries. Just in South Dakota alone, nearly 4000 drivers, or 12% of all drivers in the state, were hurt in 2019. Everyone goes on the road, whether as a driver or a passenger. Thus, you can fall victim to one of these accidents at any time. Whether it is a fender-bender or a head-on collision, if you suffered from a motor vehicle-related injury, especially one for which you were not responsible, you will need legal representation. At the very least, you can opt for a consultation, which you can get for free if you click here.
Falls are a leading global cause of unintentional injuries. You may shrug it now since you probably fell dozens of times while playing as a kid. You perhaps just dusted off the dirt and continued with your day. However, as an adult, falls can lead to more than just a scrape on your skin. Hospitals in the United States receive over 3 million people every year because of fall injuries. People over the age of 65 are most at risk of fall injuries, with a 30% report falling each year. About 20% of these falls can cause broken bones or head injuries. A hip fracture is also alarmingly common, with 95% of falls leading to it. Such detrimental consequences can put you out of work and everyday life for a long time. Falls can even cause emotional damage since people who have fallen tend to decrease their daily activities for fear of falling again. Unfortunately, when you are less active or sedentary, you become weaker and more at risk of falling.
A fall is not always your fault, especially if it happened in a property that was not yours, such as a grocery store. That fall may have been due to the negligence of the property owner. Take, for example, this scenario: You slipped and fell while walking along the aisles of a supermarket. Why did it happen? Perhaps the floor was wet. Was there a “Wet Floor” sign that was visible? Because there should have been so you can be aware of the potential danger. If not, then your fall was not your fault, and a proper lawyer should be able to prove this. Moreover, if the fall led to serious injury, your lawyer should be able to win you compensation not only for the ensuing medical bills but also for lost income if you were unable to return to work.
- Hazardous or Defective Products
Hazardous or defective consumer products can also lead to injuries. Something as soft and comfortable as clothing can lead to injuries. In 2018, 427,500 people reported injuries from clothing. Injuries and even deaths from these dangerous products cost the United States $1 trillion every year.
Unfortunately, children are at a high risk of injuries from these products. Hospitals receive approximately 217,000 children every year because of toy-related injuries. Some of the leading hazards are choking, suffocation, and even drowning. One of the scariest things you can see is your children being unable to breathe because of their toys.
The responsible party, whether it be the manufacturer or someone else, should be held accountable for such injuries. Your lawyer should be able to show that the manufacturer or whoever sold the product did so fully knowing it can cause harm.
Whether your injury was from a car accident, a fall, a faulty product, or even a dog bite, you should not face the challenges alone. By getting legal help, you protect yourself and others by keeping those responsible for inflicting more harm in the future.
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