What are the different types of personal injury cases?

A “personal injury case”  means any injury inflicted on a person’s body as a result of another person’s negligence.

The most common type of personal injury occurs during a car accident. Another common type is a slip, trip and fall while on another’s property. 

Personal injuries can occur in many settings including while driving, as a passenger, as a bicyclist, or as a pedestrian.  It can also occur while you are a guest on someone’s property or performing a service on someone’s property.   It can occur in the most tragic of situations involving a death (this is referred to as a “wrongful death” case) when the death is caused by the fault of another.   

In most areas of your daily life, if you are injured due to no fault of your own, you may have the right to bring a personal injury claim.

Having over 100 combined years of personal injury legal practice, Zachar Law Firm can help you determine if you have a claim.    If you have sustained injuries due to another’s negligence, and even if you share some degree of blame for your injuries (called “comparative negligence”), you still may have a claim.  

Zachar Law Firm is a Phoenix Personal Injury law firm with offices in midtown Phoenix, downtown Phoenix, Glendale, and Mesa.   We are here to help and we can evaluate your case, free of charge.