Results You Deserve
Trust Merit Law Group to be there for you in the event of an injury or loss. Whether your injury is work related or is a result of another cause, through no fault of your own and/or another’s negligence, we have a highly trained personal injury team who are here to assist. Personal injury matters are a way to recover damages, in the form of monetary compensation, for areas such as lost wages, medical costs, or pain and suffering. We can guide you through the process, explain legal protocols and interpret insurance and medical documentation.
Researching All Your Legal Options
Merit Law Group explores all the options with clients, whether it includes recovering medical costs, paying for treatment, recovering lost wages or seeking damages for pain and suffering. We do not get paid unless you win your case. Our law team delivers superior expertise to your matter and we will protect your rights. We evaluate your case, including weighing the pros and cons of any pending settlement offers you may have already received. Based on our experience with a range of personal injury cases, we carefully assess both current damages as well as any issues impacting your future. We take a long-term view of your case to fully research the entire scope of your damages, thereby ensuring your optimum physical and financial healing.
Common Personal Injury Lawsuits
Merit Law Group’s skilled and persistent team is here to handle your personal injury case. Following are some typical personal injury scenarios:
- Workplace Injuries
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Neglect or Abuse
- Dog or Animal Bites
- Premises Liability
- Products Liability
How We Pursue Your Right
Personal injury matters must meet four key components. When you talk with the Merit Law Group team, here are some of the key areas we’ll review with you to construct a rock solid case:
- Duty of Care – The moral or legal obligation that one party owes another party for safety and well-being.
- Breach – Refers to a breach in exercising reasonable care, whether through reckless or careless actions.
- Causation – Proving that a defendant’s actions caused your injuries or an accident.
- Damages – Plaintiff must prove that damages and losses occurred, whether economic damages, such as medical costs, or non-economic damages (pain and suffering).
Merit Law Group Can Answer All Your Questions
If you’ve been injured or suffered a loss, please contact our team for a free consultation. Our compassionate and experienced personal injury attorneys will take the time to listen to your concerns and questions and help you evaluate your options.