Protecting The Rights Of Personal Injury Victims
If you or a loved one was injured due to an accident, you have rights. Accidents are regularly the result of a third party’s negligence, and you do not deserve to pay for your recovery. The process following such an event may seem complex and confusing. At this point, the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney can make a difference.
At the Joel M. Vincent Law Office in Riverton, our goal is to help our personal injury clients solve their most pressing needs. As our client, we will assist you with all the legal aspects required following your accident so you can focus only on your welfare. We will explore all possibilities to give you certainty and peace of mind. You have our lead attorney, Joel M. Vincent, and his more than 40 years of experience working in your favor.
Your Health And Best Interests In Good Hands
Every personal injury case is unique due to the facts and circumstances surrounding an accident and the client’s needs. For example, a truck accident may cause more significant damage and catastrophic injuries than a car accident. In contrast, a motorcycle accident can also result in severe bodily injuries for a rider compared to a car accident.
Personal injury includes slip- or trip-and-fall accidents, which are due to premises liability. Other cases include dog bites, fires and swimming pool accidents, to mention a few. Individuals can also get injured while on the job. Although every employer in Wyoming is responsible for providing workers’ comp, sometimes they might object to granting these benefits. Under such a scenario, you need a lawyer to protect your right to fair compensation.
Accident victims may require a lawyer to recover damages and fair compensation after suffering severe injuries, also known as catastrophic injuries, such as the following:
- Skull fractures
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Burn injuries
- Loss of a limb
- Spinal cord injuries
A catastrophic injury might permanently change the victim’s lifestyle and capacity to work. Compensation for victims should include a potential lifetime of lost income and even items the victim requires to live a life as “normal” as possible, among other aspects.
Unfortunately, injuries can also lead to fatal outcomes. Spouses and other family members may fight for compensation. Although we are aware that compensation will not erase the past, it may help build a new future. You are not alone.
You Have The Right To Start Anew