Each day, people in Mississippi get hurt through no fault of their own. These injuries lead to unwanted medical bills, time off from work, and physical pain. The Mississippi personal injury attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz assist people throughout the Magnolia State in cases involving car and truck accidents, nursing home negligence, dangerous drugs, defective products, and on the job injuries, among others. In tragic situations, an accident will lead to a wrongful death. If you need legal representation following a situation like this, call us today at 1-800-LAW-4004 and let us explain how we may be able to assist you. In addition to personal injury cases, we can also assist people who are unable to work in obtaining Social Security Disability benefits.Pursuing a Personal Injury Claim After an Accident
Car and truck wrecks occur daily on Mississippi roads, highways, and interstates. Most of these collisions end up with at least one person getting hurt. If another driver’s negligence caused you to sustain injuries, your damages may include medical bills, lost wages from missing work, and pain and suffering. Other non-economic damages may be available, including loss of enjoyment of life, scarring, or disfigurement.
Property owners in Mississippi must reasonably maintain their premises and provide certain protections to licensees and invitees, including social guests, business customers, and tenants. If you get hurt in a slip and fall incident, the property owner may have breached a duty owed to you if it knew of the dangerous condition but failed to correct it. Constructive notice is relevant as well. In certain situations, an owner may be responsible for an innocent party falling victim of a third party criminal attack such as a shooting, assault, or robbery. This cause of action is referred to as negligent security.
Many times, defendants and their insurance carriers will point the finger right back at the victim for causing or contributing to an accident. If this happens to you, do not assume that your claim is barred or that you have no rights. Mississippi follows pure comparative negligence, which states the victim’s overall recovery may be reduced by any applicable percentage of fault for the accident. When comparative fault is asserted early in the process, many people wrongfully assume that their claim is automatically barred and that they have no rights. This is one reason to discuss your accident with an experienced personal injury attorney in Mississippi.
Sometimes, a large corporation is responsible for causing injury rather than another person. Each day, defective products are introduced into the marketplace and travel through the stream of commerce. Our attorneys may be able to represent you in a product liability lawsuit, depending on the facts. There are multiple ways in which a manufacturer or distributor may be held liable in one of these cases, such as a manufacturing defect, design defect, or marketing defect (also known as failure to warn).Discuss Your Case with an Experienced Mississippi Personal Injury Lawyer
Call Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz today if you have been hurt through somebody else’s carelessness or recklessness. We can assess your situation and help explain your legal options or the benefits you may be entitled to. In a given accident, there may be more than one responsible party, which is why our attorneys are committed to fully investigating the facts of each case and exploring all potential avenues of recovery. Our firm assists injured victims and their loved ones throughout Mississippi, including in Jackson, Meridian, Tupelo, Southaven, Oxford, Columbus, Starkville, Grenada, Gulfport, Biloxi, Vicksburg, and surrounding areas. Call us today at 1-800-LAW-4004 or complete our online form to set up a free consultation with a car accident lawyer or discuss a possible claim for workers’ compensation or Social Security Disability. Let us show you why NST is the way to go.