Other Injury Cases

Every accident is unique and every accident is very personal.

The law protects victims of a personal injury sustained from any type of motor vehicle collision or premises liability that occurs due to the negligence or wrong-doing of another.

Immediately following an accident address physical needs. An ambulance may be required to take you to the closest emergency room for evaluation and treatment. Once discharged you may be referred to your personal physician for follow-up care. Injuries such as broken bones, concussions and lacerations sustained in an accident require immediate attention.

The force of an accident often renders lasting pain that can take the body a few days to absorb. Victims of collision accidents report more pain a few days post accident. Bruising, tenderness, headaches, nausea and irritability are common symptoms. These should all be treated by licensed and experienced medical professionals.

Notify family and friends of your situation and confirm that you are okay. Sharing your trauma often eases your pain and relieves the worry from loved ones.

Confirm liability. Police are often called to the scene of serious accidents and will complete a report with the details of the accident. Witnesses can be helpful in confirming what they saw.

Contact Kauffman & Associates, a premier personal injury law firm to help you with your personal injury case. We have over 100 years of combined experience helping victims injured in accidents and have secured significant settlements to compensate for medical care, lost wages and pain and suffering.

Please contact us for a complimentary consultation. No case is too large or too small. We can help ensure you obtain appropriate medical care and receive the maximum financial settlement possible to compensate for your pain and suffering.

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