Anna Dembele, obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Legal Studies, with a minor in Psychology. She has always been passionate about helping people, so while studying law and psychology, she was also appointed as the Vice President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness in her college. After graduating, she had her first legal job experience working for a Social Security Disability Law Firm as a Legal Administrative Assistant and an Intake Specialist where she helped people with disabilities obtain Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disability Insurance. She’s excited to continue her legal career working as a Legal Assistant with The Bourassa Law Group.
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The amount of a personal injury settlement depends on the specifics of the case, such as the severity of the injury, medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. It is best to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can review your case and advise you on what a fair settlement amount should be.
The most common motorcycle injury is a broken bone, typically in the arm or leg. Other common injuries include road rash, sprains and strains, and head and neck injuries.
A personal injury lawyer handles cases involving physical or psychological injury caused by the negligence or intentional harm of another person, company, government agency, or other entity. Common types of personal injury cases include car accidents, slip and fall accidents, and defective product cases.
If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you should contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. A personal injury lawyer can help you understand your legal rights, evaluate your case, and provide guidance on how to proceed with a claim. The at fault party will likely have an entire insurance company working on their side. Shouldn’t you have someone on your side too?
A personal injury claim can be brought on the grounds of negligence, breach of statutory duty, or breach of contract. Negligence is when a person or entity fails to take reasonable care to avoid causing harm to another person. Breach of statutory duty is when a person or entity fails to comply with a law or regulation that is meant to protect people from harm. Breach of contract is when a person or entity does not fulfill the terms of an agreement that was made between two parties.