California Lawyer for Internal Injury Cases
Do you have internal injuries from an accident?
A person may have a serious internal injury and not be aware of it because
it is not immediately evident. Some people may receive internal injuries
from a fall, being struck by an object, being involved in a
car accident, or a penetrating wound from a gunshot or stabbing. Normally, an internal
injury occurs after a blunt trauma or a penetrating injury.
If you or someone you know has been in an accident and received internal
injuries, it is important that you contact a California personal injury
attorney for legal advice concerning the possibility of compensation for
your internal injuries. At The Dunnion Law Firm, we have successfully
represented countless clients who have suffered internal injuries from
an accident. For this reason, we encourage you to contact us as soon as
possible so that we can begin to work for your desirable outcome.
Significance of Injuries
A person involved in a car accident might receive internal injuries from
a seat belt, such as a ruptured intestine. A blow from an object might
cause an internal injury - not a visible injury but bleeding internally.
Blunt trauma or penetrating injuries can affect the following:
- Chest and ribs
- Blood vessels
A person with internal injuries may not know the seriousness of the situation
and the extent of the damage. A ruptured liver or bowel may secrete substances
into that body that cause poisoning. A person may bleed internally and
not realize it until it is too late. Each accident is different with its
own set of circumstances; depending on the severity of the injuries, you
may be able to sue for damages against the responsible party. Compensation
may be available in the form of lost wages, medical costs, pain and suffering,
and loss of companionship.
Our legal team at The Dunnion Law Firm is knowledgeable and experienced
in the legal aspects of injury accidents. We are ready to discuss your
matter. Our firm can build a customized strategy designed to fit your needs.
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