If you have been injured by someone else’s negligence, your personal injury claim will be based on the other party’s fault, but proving this fault is often complicated. If someone else’s negligence leaves you injured, don’t put off consulting with an experienced Kansas City personal injury attorney.
Duty of Care
Personal injury law focuses on the duty of care we owe others. For example, every motorist owes everyone else on the road a duty of care that includes following the rules of the road and driving safely in relation to the road’s condition. Additionally, we are owed a duty of care regarding our safety from all of the following:
- Commercial property owners and managers when we visit their establishments as guests
- Private property owners when we visit their homes or properties as guests
- The manufacturers of the commercial products we purchase
When anyone in any of these categories engages in negligent practices that leave someone injured, they can be deemed at fault in any ensuing personal injury claims.
Discuss Your Claim With an Experienced Kansas City Personal Injury Attorney Today
If someone else’s negligence leaves you injured, the practiced Kansas City personal injury attorneys at Krause & Kinsman Law Firm (proudly serving Kansas City, Missouri) understand the difficult position you are in and are standing by to help. For more information, please don’t wait to contact or call us at 816-307-2763 today.
Personal Injury Cases FAQ
What if I’m not sure that the other party is at fault?
If you aren’t sure about fault in your case, look no further than a dedicated personal injury attorney. They have the experience and legal know-how to help you make this important determination.
Why do I need an attorney?
An experienced personal injury attorney has the legal skill to help ensure that you prove fault in your claim and obtain just compensation.
Can I be compensated for my pain and suffering?
Yes, you can seek compensation for your property damage (such as to your car in a traffic accident), your medical expenses, your lost earnings, and your physical and emotional pain and suffering.