Chatham-Kent Personal Injury Lawyers

Have you suffered a serious personal injury due to the actions of another individual or due to a dangerous product malfunctioning?

At Greg Monforton & Partners, our Chatham-Kent personal injury lawyers believe that if you or a member of your family has been injured or killed due to the negligent or intentional actions of another individual or entity, the victim may be entitled for losses and damages.

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What is a Personal Injury?

When an individual is injured due to the negligent actions of another person whom has failed to act in a reasonable manner, which a prudent individual under the same circumstances would, the victim has sustained a personal injury and may be eligible to receive compensation for their losses and damages.

Of course, personal injury is a very broad term, which many things may fall under.

Some types of personal injury include:

In a study produced by Statistics Canada, it found that over 4.1 million Canadians 12 years old and over was victims of injuries which prevented them from performing required activities.

Of course, there are dozens of personal injuries an individual may suffer due to the negligent actions of another individual or entity.

Common Personal Injuries in Chatham-Kent

In most cases, we are not able to predict when a personal injury may occur. These injuries may be minor and heal within a few days to several weeks, or can last for years to a life-time and cause a person to spend thousands in medical expenses and medical related treatment.

Some common personal injuries include:

  • Abrasions
  • Avulsions
  • Broken Bones
  • Burns
  • Cavitation
  • Concussions
  • Incisions
  • Internal Damages
  • Lacerations
  • Nerve Damage
  • Puncture Wounds
  • Spinal Cord Damages
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

Following any event that causes an injury, our lawyers recommend seeking medical treatment. This will assure that your injuries are cared for properly while also providing our lawyers with the documentation needed to formulate a robust case against a negligent individual or entity.

Compensatory Damage Types

Compensatory damages are the sum of money awarded to an individual in order to compensate them for their losses and damages. These are typically paid to an injured individual after sustaining injuries due to the negligent actions of another individual or entity. Some common types of compensatory damages include:

  • Emotional Distress
  • Loss of Consortium
  • Loss of Income
  • Lost Opportunity
  • Medical Expenses
  • Mental Anguish
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Property Damage
  • Rehabilitation
  • Substitute Transportation

Following your recovery, and only then will our lawyers charge you for our services.

Chatham-Kent Personal Injury Lawyer Fees

At Greg Monforton & Partners, our lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis. This means that our lawyers will take the worry about affording our services away and allow you to concentrate on your full recovery.

Our lawyers will only charge you for our services once a winning verdict or settlement has been established and you fully recover for any current and future losses and damages.

Contact Our Chatham-Kent Personal Injury Lawyers Today

The lawyers at Greg Monforton & Partners understand how frustrating it can be after sustaining an injury and will fight for your rights against the negligent and injury causing individual or entity. Our lawyers have obtained MILLIONS in winning verdicts and settlements for our clients and will provide you with the proper legal guidance you truly deserve.

With our office in Windsor, Ontario, we are able to serve throughout Chatham-Kent and elsewhere needed. Some of the local Chatham-Kent locations our lawyers serve include:

  • Chatham Township
  • Dover
  • Dover Centre
  • Harwich
  • Highgate
  • Howard
  • Muirkirk
  • Orford
  • Pain Court
  • Raleigh
  • Thamesville

Of course, our lawyers also serve the surrounding towns, communities, and suburbs of these areas. If you would like to learn more about our services, we encourage you to call us at (866) 320-4770 or complete the Free Case Evaluation form on this page today.

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