If you or someone you care about has been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be looking for personal injury examples to help you better understand this area of the law. What is personal injury law, and what are the important elements of a case? Do you have a case, and are you eligible to receive compensation for your losses?

If you have been injured caused by the negligence of a person or company, you may have lost work time and wages as you come to grips with hospital or physical therapy bills, medication costs, emotional pain or a general loss of your previous quality of life. If this describes your situation or that of someone you care about, contact Sherlock and Co. Solicitors on 01 457 0846

Personal injury law covers any case in which someone has been injured or killed due to the negligence or carelessness of another. There are some types of personal injury cases that are more prevalent than others. Some of the most common types of personal injury claims are listed below.

Car And Truck Accidents

A driver, passenger, motorcyclist, bicyclist, or pedestrian has been injured or killed in a collision with a car, truck, or other vehicle in these cases.

Vehicle Equipment Failures

In these accidents, faulty equipment on or in a vehicle, such as tires, seatbelts or airbag equipment failures, causing someone’s injury or death.

Medical Malpractice

This type of personal injury tends to involve someone being harmed, injured or killed due to negligence on the part of a health professional, such as failure to diagnose a serious health issue, improper treatment or use of a dangerous medical procedure.

Product Liability Cases

These cases seek compensation in situations when a defective or recalled product or medication causes someone’s illness, injury or death.

Accidents Occurring at Work

When an employee is injured or killed on the job as a result of unsafe working conditions, insufficiently trained employees, or poorly maintained equipment, the person injured or a surviving family member can file a personal injury claim. As you might imagine, more claims are filed in more perilous lines of work, such as injuries sustained due to oil rig dangers or other work-related hazards.

If you would like any further information or to chat with one of our solicitors about your case, please contact Sherlock and Co Solicitors today on 01 457 0846 or by email at info@sherlocksolicitors.ie