Personal Injury
What is Personal Injury Law?
Personal Injury Law are general civil litigation cases in which the plaintiff generally seeks damages for physical, mental, or emotional injury that was caused by the defendant's intent or negligence.

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Cases Handled by Law Office of KG, PLLC
• Motor Vehicle Accidents
• Car, Truck, Motorcycle, Bicycle
• Commercial Vehicles, 18-Wheelers
• Bus, Taxi, Rental Car
• DWI Caused
• Bystander
• Negligence
• Daycare Physical Abuse
• Trip and Falls
• Landlord Fails Repair
• Street Repair
• Unresonable Force
• Products Liability
• Food Product Production
• Hit and Run
• Construction Injury
• Dog Bite
Why Choose Law Office of KG, PLLC?
Law Office of KG, PLLC routinely represents plaintiffs in negotiation, mediation, and litigation to maximize the value of recovery and to protect clients from accepting an irrational settlement by protecting their financial and physical interests. Thus, allowing our clients to be relieved of the burdens of their legal issues and focus on treatment to obtain full recovery. Whether the dispute arises out of injuries sustained by the negligence of someone that is known or unknown our attorneys are available for a free consultation to further discuss. Call Law Office of KG, PLLC for a free consult today.
Additional Information
Common intentional personal injury cases include: assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, defamation, trespass, and conversion. Although many of these same offenses can be brought in the criminal courts by the state to punish the defendant; personal injury cases are brought in the civil court by the plaintiff to enforce their right to be compensated for the wrong against them. In Texas, these cases generally must be filed within two years of the injury, or the plaintiff will lose their claim against the defendant.

The basis of a negligence case is that the plaintiff must prove that the defendant had a duty to act in a manner to protect others against unreasonable risk, and that the defendant's failure to take reasonable care is what caused the plaintiff's injury. If the plaintiff proves the defendant was unreasonably negligent, the plaintiff can recover for pain and suffering and other losses related to those personal injuries. Common types of personal injury cases are vehicle collisions (car, bus, truck, motorcycle accidents; as well as, pedestrian, bike injury caused by motor vehicle collision), negligent hiring, training, and/or supervision of employees, premises liability, slip and fall, trip and fall, products liability, and wrongful death.