The thought of a personal injury brings up visions of twisted motor vehicles, head injuries, broken bones, time lost on the job, and long periods of rehabilitation.
When you have suffered an injury because of someone else’s actions—or inactions—you may be entitled to compensation for your expenses and losses.
A personal injury extends far beyond a hospital bill and prescription cost. This is obvious to anyone who has suffered harm due to another party’s negligence or recklessness.
You may not realize it, but liability waivers commonly arise in your life. Whenever you sign up for a new service or membership, a liability waiver is part of the paperwork you sign.