Personal Injury Litigation

The Personal Injury Litigation Division of The Jackson Law Firm is prepared to assist you when you suffer serious injuries due to the fault of another.  Personal Injury Litigation involves claims where physical or psychological injury has resulted from the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, governmental entity, or other form of legal entity.  Such cases depend upon establishing a link between the actions of the wrongdoer, or tortfeasor, and your injuries, as well as proving damages, which can both economic and non-economic in nature.   At The Jackson Law Firm, P.A. we recognize that these types of cases weigh heavily on the injured and their families, and we realize the emotional toll that these cases take on everyone.  We are prepared to provide you with the comfort of knowing that you have someone dependable on your side to look out for your interests.

Cases and issues that fall under the heading of Personal Injury Litigation that are routinely handled by this firm include among others:

Keep in mind that being represented by an experienced attorney can cause you to avoid mistakes that might affect the value of your legal claim or which might cause it to be barred entirely.  The person or entity causing your injuries will most certainly have experienced legal counsel to defend them, and it will not be their goal to look out for your best interests.  Instead, their goal will be to minimize your recovery.  Thus, it is important, if you believe you may have a claim, for you to seek legal advice as quickly as possible after your injuries occurred in order to preserve evidence and to allow your attorney to be able to pursue all applicable remedies.  The Jackson Law Firm, P.A. welcomes the opportunity to discuss your claim with you in confidence, so that you can determine your rights.

When you contact us, your consultation will be free, and you pay no fee unless we obtain a recovery.  The attorneys of The Jackson Law Firm, P.A. look forward to being able to serve you.

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