Personal Injury: Whose Fault Is It?

By on 5-13-2015 in Personal Injury

There is a saying that is familiar with most professionals who practice in the field of law: ‘ignorantia juris non excusat’; translated, it reads: ignorance of the law excuses no one. Still, some people think they can be negligent and ignorant and think those circumstances as an appropriate excuse when it isn’t. The decisions made out of negligence can cause significant damage not just to the doer of the action but also the victims who just so happened to be there – and these victims are thereby, as is so stated by the law that has been ignored by the guilty party, warranted to file for legal action in the form of personal injury.

On the website of the lawyers with LaMarca Law Firm, personal injury is the legal term for any injury that is not done onto owned property or the estate of the person but to the person themselves – whether the injury is to the body, to the psyche, or to the mind. Some cases of personal injury are so devastating that the injured can be forced to quit his or her job permanently, or be so disabled that they need to be specially cared for all the rest of their lives, or (the worst possible scenario) die because out of an incident that could have been and should have been avoided.

The aftermath of a tragic incident that causes personal injury can be more than what most people think at first, as is stated in the website of experienced personal injury attorneys with Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®, as there is not only the physical aspect of the incident that needs to be taken care of but there is also the financial expense that this kind of situation demands.

There is a lot of stress that can be due to something like this and, really, the only thing that the victim needs to worry about is their steady and consistent path to recovery. This path can be paved smoothly and successfully with the help of the right kind of legal help.

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