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Personal Injury

Injuries can cause significant losses in a victim’s life, and fatalities result in irreversible harm to the loved ones of the deceased. Fortunately, the law allows injury victims to find some measure of justice.

If you or a loved one has been harmed by someone else, you don’t have to suffer through your losses alone. The personal injury attorneys at DLL Law are ready to meet you and review your case. Call today to learn how much in damages you can potentially recover for your injuries.

Justice Through Compensation

If someone harms you, he or she may owe you compensation based on the extent of your losses. Generally speaking, the more serious your injuries, the more compensation you are likely to receive.

The term “damages” refers to the compensation you receive in personal injury cases and may cover both economic and noneconomic losses.

Common economic losses include:

  • Expenses for medical treatment and hospital stays
  • Income forfeited because of time away from work
  • Expenses related to caregivers or other household help
  • Adaptations made to your home and vehicle to accommodate an injury

Common noneconomic losses include:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Permanent disability and disfigurement

If the other party acted maliciously or with gross negligence, you might also be awarded exemplary damages, also known as “punitive damages.” Designed to punish and deter bad behavior, exemplary damages are sometimes awarded on top of economic and noneconomic damages.

Personal Injury Liability

To collect damages in an injury case, your attorney must prove that someone else was liable for your losses. Typically, this requires demonstrating that a particular party owed a duty of care toward a victim but violated this duty and caused an injury or death.

For example, motorists have a basic duty of care to the public to operate their vehicles safely. If a driver is negligent – such as driving while distracted or driving too fast – that negligent driver can be held to pay for the losses resulting from the crash.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

If you or a loved one has been harmed, we can help you fight for the funds you need in order to recover.

We bring our combined decades of experience in personal injury litigation to bear on every case we take and are ready to explore your options for seeking justice through compensation. Call today for a free consultation.

We handle the following types of personal injury cases and more:


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