Personal injuries can result in not only physical, emotional, and mental injuries to a person, but also potentially catastrophic financial hardships including medical bills, personal and living expenses and a permanent, disability condition. Not only can individuals seek personal injury claims for themselves, but claims can be filed on behalf of a family member. In order to be eligible for a personal injury claim, you must prove someone else is responsible for your or your family member’s injuries. This can be challenging and is often time consuming, especially when having to navigate insurance company red tape.
Some of the most common bodily-harm personal injury claims are:
Although most people think personal injury claims only pertain to physical injury, personal injury claims can also arise from non-bodily harm such as:
At Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, we have a dedicated team of senior attorneys, headed by Nathan J.D. Veldhuis in Virginia and Washington, DC and Doug Fields in Colorado, ready to represent you and your personal injury claim. We will take on the insurance companies, collect the necessary evidence to identify your injuries and identify the responsible party for the injuries, and file your claim for compensation. Our team will handle your claim with the care and attention it deserves.
If we are successful on your claim, you will be awarded money damages for your injuries. These damages are meant to compensate you for your loss and may include:
If you believe you have been injured through the negligence, reckless conduct, or intentional wrongdoing of another person(s), institution, or entity, contact us at Whitcomb Selinsky, PC – your personal injury specialists with more than 50 years of trial experience.