Personal Injury

Personal Injury Claims

Personal injury law is a large umbrella covering many different types of harms to individuals under Tort law. While most of these causes of action arise out of the tort of negligence, the injuries that could give rise to such a case are varied. These run the gambit from car accidents, slip/trip and falls, animal bites, and any other way that individuals may be injured through no fault of their own.

When it comes to negligence, we all owe a duty to act in a reasonable manner as not to injure others through our lack of caution. When these types of accidents and injuries do happen, you are entitled to pursue the person or persons who caused these injuries. In the most common cases, auto accidents, everyone is legally required to have insurance coverage to compensate you for these injuries. When someone gets hurt, it gives rise to medical bills, property damage bills, and the questions of how all these new costs will be covered. Many individuals try to handle these claims with the insurance companies themselves only to find a time consuming and frustrating experience trying to deal with them. Often, the insurance company may just outright deny responsibility, leaving you injured and with outstanding bills, not sure where to turn. When you have been injured in an accident and the insurance company is giving you trouble, it is best to contact an experienced personal injury attorney. It is our full-time job to pursue those that have wronged you and ensure that you are compensated for all that you have been through in this troubling time.  If you have been injured through no fault of your own, please contact Ludlum & King, LLC today for a free consultation. All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency basis, meaning that if you do not recover a settlement then you owe nothing for your representation. When navigating the complex world of insurance and the legal system, it makes all the difference to have an experienced legal professional on your side. Call us if you need us today!