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What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

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Closely allied to medical and clinical negligence, personal injury also falls under the broader umbrella of tort law. Tort law concerns not only the damages which a claimant brings to court against an individual, company or organization whose conduct resulted in his/her injury but also involves civil wrongs or damage to reputation which may affect future business dealings with the victim and even affect his/her ability to work. The personal injury lawyer is an attorney who deals with such cases. Personal injury is basically an area of law which is concerned more with the rights of the aggrieved party than with the remedies available to that party.

In Arizona, personal injury lawyers deal with a wide range of personal injury cases, such as accidents, malpractice, workplace or car crashes, slip and falls, defective products, medical malpractice, birth injuries, wrongful death, assault and battery, etc. If you are suffering from any one of these ailments and are unable to function normally in your daily life, it is wise to seek the services of a good Arizona personal injury lawyer. Personal Injury Law is one of the most complex areas of the law and it requires specialized expertise and experience in order to deal with the complexities involved in this area. Only a competent personal injury lawyer can help the victim get justice by holding the guilty party accountable for his/her injuries.

One area which is widely considered to be a grey area when it comes to personal injury law is the area of premises liability. This is a very common area in the field of law, which many victims do not feel comfortable dealing with. In premises liability, it is believed that an organization’s property can be held liable if it is found to be dangerous or if there are reasonable grounds for fearing that it might cause harm to people who visit that particular place. In Arizona, premises liability is dealt with under both common law and statutory law. It is important to note that the statutory law, which covers commercial activity and negligence, is considered to be more important than the common law, which covers accidents and damages caused on the premises of a business.

If you need a Personal Injury Lawyer for a recent accident and are in the Phoenix, AZ metro area call our team at Gary Phillips Accident Law for help

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