Motor Vehicle Accidents — including cars, motorcycles, and trucks
Dangerous Premises — e.g., slip and fall injuries, assaults, fires
Negligence — including medical malpractice and product liability
Recklessness — injuries and deaths caused by the reckless actions of another person or organization
The Determination of Liability
Personal injury and wrongful death cases turn on the determination of liability. Even if you bear some of the responsibility for your injury, the defendant(s) with partial responsibility may be held liable for your losses. The personal injury attorneys at the Law Office of Natasha M. Hanna, P.C. will help determine the liability in your unique case, and they’ll make sure that your rights are protected.
Statute of Limitations
A crucial aspect of personal injury/wrongful death cases is the statute of limitations that usually applies. When someone’s injury or death is due to negligence, recklessness or intentional harm from another person or organization, there is often a time limit for taking legal action against the responsible party.
Statutes of limitations vary in length, depending in part on the type of injury. It’s wise to bring your case to a qualified law firm such as the Law Office of Natasha M. Hanna, P.C. as soon as possible so that you will not miss the legal deadline to act. Even if you suspect that your case is not winnable, or if you feel that you bear part of the responsibility for an injury or fatality, it’s best to have our attorneys examine your case.