Complex injury cases involve serious injuries with multiple defendants. They’re essentially several cases within one case. Here are a few examples:
A worker on a construction site is badly injured in a stairway collapse. There may be a case against the general contractor and carpentry subcontractor for negligent construction, the construction manager for failure to inspect, the owner for failure to disclose known dangers, the architect for negligent design, and a product manufacturer for a defective product.
A client is hit by a tractor-trailer in a construction zone. The truck hadn't been properly maintained and the construction zone didn't have the correct signage. This case could involve the trucking company, insurance companies, and the party responsible for the construction zone signs.
Your personal injury attorney must be prepared for all possible scenarios from the beginning. This isn’t something every attorney can do. It takes the experience that comes with handling a number of complex personal injury cases in the past. Our results prove that we understand what it takes to get you the compensation you deserve.