What You Probably Didn’t Know About Personal Injury Law
Around the world, over 20 million people are injured in accidents every year. These accidents could be at home, at the workplace, car accidents and outdoors, most times as a result of someone else not carrying out their duty appropriately. Although the victims of these accidents have their rights and can be awarded compensations when they exercise these rights, not up to a hundred thousand of them get to stake any claims. Perhaps they don’t know the Personal Injury Law (also called Tort Law) covers them. Personal injury cases are legal disputes arising when a person suffers harm or injury as a result of someone else’s “irresponsible” actions. The law covers injury to the body, mind and emotions as opposed to damage to property. From the workplace, to public places as well as in the homes, these cases can be found and it takes one who is fully aware of its implications to take advantage. Unfortunately, not many are, and the few who know of this law know very little. In coming to your rescue, here are some things you probably never knew about the Personal Injury Law.