At the Hidalgo Law Firm, we understand your injuries are personal. It is an unfortunate reality that accidents and injuries happen and that being injured can change you for the rest of your life. Your injuries can affect your ability to provide for yourself and your family, share experiences, make memories and live life to the fullest. All too often after an accident occurs, the responsible party’s reaction is to dispose of the consequences as quickly and cheaply as possible. While those responsible may view your injuries as an inconvenience or a mere negotiation, for the injured it is a life-changing event that cannot be undone.
As your injury attorneys, we will make sure that you receive the best medical care possible and are compensated the way you deserve. Our advocates will fight tirelessly to make sure that you are not just another claim to be negotiated down and dispensed with. Whether it’s a workplace injury, a car accident or other random event, it’s your life, you deserve nothing less.
Below are just a few causes of action that are often related to personal injury. These are generalized descriptions and are not intended to be definitive legal descriptions or advice.
A duty: an obligation to protect another from unreasonable risk, Breach: the failure to meet one’s duty, Causation: the failure to meet one’s duty caused the injury, Damage: such person was damaged as a result.
Harmful or offensive contact with a person of another intended to cause apprehension.
An action or threat that is intended to cause apprehension of such conduct.
Acts intended to confine or restrain within fixed boundaries that directly or indirectly result in the confinement and where the other person is conscious of the confinement or harmed by it.
Occurs when a product is defective in its design or manufacture, or of which a particular hazard is not adequately warned of and was reasonably foreseeable.
An intentional act that causes a physical invasion of the land of another.
An intentional act that deprives a person of possession or use of their property.