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What Kind of Cases Do Personal Injury Attorneys Handle?

by David Zevan on Jan. 30, 2014

Accident & Injury Personal Injury Accident & Injury Accident & Injury  Medical Malpractice 

Summary: A personal injury attorney can evaluate the unique circumstances surrounding your injury and help you determine the true value of your case.

Personal injury takes place when a person has suffered some sort of injury or harm, either physical or mental as the outcome of an accident. Almost all kind of personal injuries comes under the category of tort. Torts include all neglected cases as well as intentional wrong acts which end in damage and harm to the second person.

A personal injury attorney is the one who provides legal representation and support to those who claimed to have been injured either physically or mentally. They have knowledge and experience in the area of law known as tort law, which consists of civil wrongs and economic or non-economic harms to the person possessions, reputation or civil rights.

People normally consider personal injury cases as car accidents. Personal injury attorneys deals with all kind of cases in the area of tort law.  Different kind of cases Missouri personal injury attorneys deal with may include:

  • Automobile accidents.
  • Fall Down injuries
  • Workers compensation
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Bicycle injuries
  • Wrongful death cases
  • Construction site injuries
  • Injuries to the elderly
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect
  • Product defect claims
  • Train accidents
  • Pedestrian injury
  • Birth injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Injury from faulty products
  • Medical malpractice
  • Dog bites
  • Sports injury
  • Dangerous drugs and chemicals
  • Intended Infliction of Emotional pain
  • Loss of Consortium or friendship 
  • Injuries occur from insult
  • Conversion and deception
  • Trespassing


Personal injury sufferers have a number of questions in their mind, and finding the answers to these questions is an intimidating prospect when dealing with physical treatment, paying bills, reducing the emotional toll of the mishap, and coping with the loss of a loved one.

Affected parties deserved to understand the particulars of the law. If you or your loved one has been injured due to the careless act of others you should get the help and support of personal injury attorney without delay.

St. Louis Personal Injury Lawyers

An attorney can help people in these kind of bad situations. At Zevan and Davidson, we take our client cases and deal with them personally. We can evaluate the unique facts of the case. If we find enough details and facts to prove it as a tort then you are entitled to financial compensation to your injuries and damages.

To speak with a personal injury attorney at the Zevan and Davidson Law Firm, call (314) 588-7200 or fill out our Online Case Evaluation Form.

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