Accidents and personal injuries can place an emotional, financial, and physical burden on you and your loved ones. These unanticipated events caused by the negligence of another can be completely devastating.
Some examples of personal injury are:
- Injury from Transvaginal Mesh or Sling Implant
- Trucking Accident
- Burn Injury
If you believe your personal injury could have been prevented, contact a personal injury lawyer today by calling Longo Legal at 855-566-4648. We want to help you and your loved ones by listening to your needs and help you get answers to your questions.
Sometimes the medications you take to feel better can harm you. The result could be a serious drug injury to you. If you were pregnant when taking these drugs, your baby could have become injured as well. Sometimes the injuries from these drugs do not show up until many years later. Drug injuries that could have been prevented cause heartache and are often devastating.
Some examples of drugs linked to drug injuries are:
If you believe your drug injury could have been prevented, contact a drug injury lawyer today. We want to help you and your loved ones by listening to your needs and help you get answers to your questions.
Approximately seven out of 1,000 babies born in the United States are born with a physical injury. Unfortunately, this is sometimes the result of insufficient care or negligence provided by a doctor, nurse, or midwife. Caring for a child with a birth injury can be emotionally draining and costly.
Some examples of birth injuries are:
- Cerebral Palsy,
- Erb’s Palsy, and
- Brain swelling
Some drugs associated with birth injuries are:
If you believe your child’s birth injury may have been caused by a negligent doctor, nurse, or midwife, contact a birth injury lawyer today. We want to help you and your family by listening to your needs and help get your questions answered.
Most worker injuries on the job entitle the employee to workers’ compensation benefits. However, if your job involves working on a vessel at sea, coastal waters, a river system, or on an offshore oil rig, you are not entitled to workers’ compensation. Instead, you are covered by federal admiralty law, also known as “maritime law” or the “Jones Act”.
There are several types of damages that are available to injured crewmembers, which include:
- Pain and Suffering
- Mental Anguish
- Lost Wages and Lost Earning Capacity
- Medical and Assisted Living Expenses