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What Exactly is a Personal Injury Case?

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A personal injury case is a civil case involving a “plaintiff,” who has been injured and is seeking compensation for their injuries, and a “defendant,” who is alleged to have caused said injuries. A plaintiff will sue the defendant in the appropriate jurisdiction, to recover “damages,” or financial compensation for their injuries to cover medical bills, property damage bills, pain and suffering, and any other costs associated with the injury.

There are many kinds of personal injury cases. Among them are car accident cases, slip and fall cases, product liability cases, and workplace accidents. If you are unsure if your case falls under the umbrella of personal injury, contact us at KI PI. We have a dedicated team of personal injury lawyers ready to help you navigate your claims and cases.



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KI Legal Personal Injury fights for victims of a wide array of personal injury claims, from Motor Vehicle Accidents to Scaffolding and Ladder Falls to Slip/Trip & Falls, amongst others. By leveraging its multidisciplinary foundation and, with the help of its experienced litigators, KI Legal Personal Injury can fight for the results and compensation that victims deserve without pushing for premature settlements due to financial reasons. This financial paradigm shift swings the pendulum in our favor when it comes to negotiating with insurance carriers, inherently leading to better results for clients. For the latest updates.

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