Our Personal Injury practice area handles personal injury claims on behalf of injured individuals and on behalf of families of persons who have died as the result of someone else’s wrongdoing. Injured persons and their families may underestimate the difficulties they will experience during recovery, and may require legal services to obtain the support they need in order to have the best possible outcome for all individuals involved.
We work closely with you to ensure that your legal rights are preserved and that you receive fair and appropriate compensation for your injuries. In many cases, clients are entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, loss of income, costs of care, costs of future care, housekeeping, and other areas of general and special damages.
It is important to understand that it is not your insurance company’s responsibility to safeguard your legal rights. In addition, personal injury matters are subject to limitation periods that, in some cases, require immediate action. To ensure your rights are protected and you receive proper legal representation in matters pertaining to personal injury, please contact us immediately. We will dedicate the resources and attention that is required to make sure that you are protected and that your claim is resolved appropriately and in a timely fashion.
We offer you a free initial consultation to discuss your injury claim with flexible appointment times. Throughout our working relationship we will keep you informed about the legal process in clear and understandable language. Johnston Ming Manning LLP is dedicated to achieving a fair and reasonable conclusion of your matter, whether by way of settlement or litigation with fair percentage fees. If there is no recovery then there are no fees charged to you.
Please consult one of our personal injury lawyers if you or someone you know has experienced any of the following as the result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another party:
- Quadriplegia or paraplegia
- Brain injury
- Memory loss
- Chronic pain
- Loss of ability to work
- Loss of ability to maintain your home
- Orthopedic injuries
- Joint injuries
- Acute Stress Disorder or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Severe whiplash injuries
- Nerve damage
If you have been injured or a family member has died as a result of someone else’s wrongdoing, please contact our professionals to discuss your circumstances.