Personal Injury Law
Personal Injury Law Questions? Ask Personal Injury Lawyers.
Hi - You have a personal injury claim against the city for negligence. You should visit www.martindale.com and search for a personal injury attorney in your area.
The attorney will have a doctor evaluate your condition and help in formulating your damages associated with this incident.
Because you're suing the city, there are specific hoops you have to jump through to validate your claim. Thus, it is imperative that you hire an attorney to assist you.
If there are no attorneys listed in your immediate area, you may have to venture out to a neighboring town or city.
I cannot recommend a particular attorney, but you should be able to locate someone within your general area that handles these sorts of cases. In fact, if you're suing the city, it is probably to go to another town for a lawyer. Most attorneys that live in your hometown aren't going to be willing to sue it.
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