If you have been injured by someone else’s intentional or negligent conduct, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. These injuries may include your physical health, your reputation, or even your emotional state of mind. Physical injuries giving rise to claims include automobile accidents, medical mistakes, defective products, pedestrian/bicycle accidents, and nursing home negligence.
In order to recover a money judgment, a plaintiff must first have been injured by some intentional or negligent act or acts of the defendant. The defendant’s acts also must have actually caused the plaintiff’s harm and this harm must be of a certain nature that the law provides a remedy to make the plaintiff whole. If you have been injured and all of these elements have been met, you may be entitled to relief. Call us at 662-234-8500 or email Jordan@BankheadLaw.com to set up a free and confidential meeting to see if you have a case.
Auto accidents can be devastating for individuals and families and the injuries suffered as a result of these accidents may give rise to a personal injury claim. In cases where a driver was legally intoxicated, or driving negligently or recklessly, and these actions led to physical injuries or death, a tort claim may be available. To find out if you have a case, call us at 662-234-8500 or email Jordan@BankheadLaw.com
Large truck and tractor trailer accidents can be extremely devastating events for individuals unlucky enough to be in their path. Truck drivers and the companies they work for have a responsibility to keep fellow drivers safe and if they violate this duty a personal injury claim may be available for the injured party. Tips you may have a case include legal intoxication of the truck driver, reckless or negligent driving, and defective truck tires or other problems with a truck that caused harm to nearby drivers, pedestrians, or property owners. Give us a call at 662-234-8500 or email us at Jordan@BankheadLaw.com if you have been involved in a truck accident
Drivers on the road owe one another a duty to pay attention to the rules of the road. If a driver violates these rules and causes the death or injury of a motorcycle driver, the motorcycle driver or his family may be entitled to relief. Situations giving rise to liability can include failure to stop at a stop sign, running a red light, backing into a motorcycle, or any number of other reckless or negligent acts while driving. If you think you or someone you know or knew has been the victim of a reckless or negligent motorcycle accident, call us at 662-234-8500.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents
Nursing Home Negligence