North Dakota Personal Injury
To start your claim for personal injury and receive the compensation needed to put your life back together call Attorney James Shaw with Carabin Shaw Law Firm at 800-862-1260. He handles personal injury cases on a contingency basis and offer free consultation.
Attorney Shaw wants to assist you with the legal help you need if you or someone you know has been the victim of a personal contact us or do not hesitate to call us at 800-862-1260.Personal Injury in North Dakota
Attorney Shaw focuses his attention on personal injury suffered as a result of:
- Trucks or big rig accidents
- Oil field accidents, including:
- Burn injuries or explosions
- Slip and fall accidents
- Toxic fumes and chemical exposure
- Heavy machinery accidents
- Improper safety measures
- Oil rig accidents
- Pipeline injuries
- Trailer-Truck Accidents
- Traffic accidents
- Car Wrecks
Texting while driving or failure to act in a safe manner, like the failing of a landlord to repair a broken step are examples of negligence, and must be proven in a personal injury civil suit.
North Dakota Attorney James Shaw of Carabin Shaw Law Firm wants to represent his clients in personal injury claims in order to get you the settlement you deserve for the injury you have suffered to someone else’s negligence. If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of another party’s negligence, Call Attorney Shaw today at 800-862-1260.
The U.S. court system grants civil litigation or a civil trial to ensure that personal injury victims are given just compensation to recover fully from their injuries, pain and suffering, as well as lost wages.4 Big Factors of Negligence in a Personal Injury (PI) Claim
The person who is filing the lawsuit, also known as the plaintiff, must provide evidence of four factors:
- The Defendant owed the plaintiff a duty of care-meaning that entity or person must avoid causing injury to someone else.
- The defendant breached that duty of care and plaintiff must show that the defendant failed to honor their duty of care.
- The plaintiff’s injuries were caused by the breach in duty of care. The plaintiff prove that the accident in question caused greater injury to an existing problem or that prior accidents did not cause the injury.
- The result of the injuries is that the plaintiff suffered financial and physical damages. Financial losses that have already occurred, and those that will occur in the future because of the injury, are included in the damages.
Call North Dakota Personal Injury Attorney James Shaw today if you or a loved one has been injured as a result of an accident at 800-862-1260.