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Personal Injury

Personal Injury occurs when an individual, commonly referred to as the plaintiff, is injured by the actions or inactions of another party commonly referred to as the defendant. Injuries can arise as a result of a variety of actions such as a motor vehicle accident, the negligence of a professional, such as a doctor, or because of a dangerous condition on the defendant’s property.  All of these categories are unique, but the one thing they all have in common is that the defendant’s actions, or failure to act, caused the injury. 

If you have been injured by someone else, it is critical for you to contact an attorney and allow him or her to determine what form of personal injury you have experienced.  We would of course prefer that you contact the experienced attorneys at the Pauley Law Group, pllc but you should, at the very least, get some legal representation from an attorney of your choice.  The selection of which attorney you, the plaintiff, choose is one of the most important decisions you can make in your case.  You need an attorney who is compassionate, experienced and can effectively advocate for your rights as well as someone who will communicate with you.  The attorneys at Pauley Law Group, pllc pride themselves in treating every matter as if it was their own.  They will listen to you, advise you on how best to proceed and always advocate in the best interests of your rights. 

If you have been injured by someone else, don’t hesitate, contact an attorney at Pauley Law Group, pllc immediately for a free consultation to discuss your personal injury claim.

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