When you are injured on someone's property, you may be entitled to recover damages for your injuries. Property owners and property managers are required by law to maintain their property. Homeowners and business owners are held accountable for injuries under premises liability law. If the owner of the premises is aware of a dangerous condition on the property, he has a duty to fix or remove the dangerous condition in order to secure the safety of all persons entering the property. At Whitworth Law Office, we can help you if you have been hurt or if a loved one has been killed by a dangerous condition on someone else's property. We represent clients in cases involving:
If you were injured on someone else's property, you may be entitled to recover damages. These damages include payment for medical costs and expenses, lost wages and loss of future earnings. In some cases, you may recover damages for pain and suffering and emotional distress. Call the personal injury lawyers at Whitworth Law Office today (816) 876-2600 for a free case evaluation.
After suffering serious injuries at work, many injured workers experience serious anxiety. With medical costs involved with recovery and the lost wages from missing work, there are significant physical and financial roadblocks to overcome. If you have been hurt at work, do not go through the workers' compensation process alone. We handle cases involving:
If you have been a victim of unsafe work conditions, the Kansas City personal injury lawyers at Whitworth Law Office are prepared to fight for you and your family. We will pursue the full compensation you deserve with efficiency and aggression.
Unfortunately, some lawyers and law firms may not have the training to properly identify and document traumatic brain injuries sustained in accidents. When appropriate, Whitworth Law Office identify and properly document concussions and traumatic brain injuries from the outset of your case.
Suffering a traumatic brain injury can be a life changing experience. The Centers for Disease Control reports that approximately 1.7 million people suffer from some form of traumatic brain injury every year, and that it contributes to nearly one third of all injury related deaths in America.
One key component to properly documenting a TBI case is comparing the problems of the injured person before and after the accident. Personal injury attorney Luke Whitworth has extensive training on how to properly document and build head injury claims. He will interview you and your family at various stages of the case with specific techniques that result in overwhelming evidence of your head injury. This expertise in head injury claims maximizes the value of your case.
There are many identifiable symptoms associated with head injuries. The symptoms of a TBI can be separated into three categories: Physical, Mental/Cognitive, and Emotional.
Suffering a traumatic brain injury can be a life changing experience. It not only effects the injured person, but it also impacts their family. The victim may experience many different symptoms, such as memory loss, emotional disturbances such as depression, aggression and other behavioral changes. These changes impact the loved ones of the injured person. It is critical to hire an attorney who understands and appreciates the severe impact of a traumatic brain injury. If you have sustained a concussion or traumatic brain injury due to the negligence of another person or corporation, you should not take any chances with the outcome of your injury claim. Insurance companies and corporations will frequently attempt to unfairly reduce or deny head injury claims. Contact an experienced brain injury attorney today for aggressive representation (816) 372-2128.
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