Finding Justice After A Personal Injury
Injuries can occur anywhere, anytime, and unfortunately, to anyone. People trip while walking, they have car accidents, someone’s dog bites someone else, or someone pokes their hand on a bush thorn. Most of the time, when people are injured, it involves an accident or even bad judgment on the part of the injured person. However, there are many instances when someone’s negligent actions result in an injury to another person.
Civil law in the state of Tennessee allows victims of personal injury to sue to recover money from a negligent party. These funds can cover medical expenses, lost wages and help individuals provide for their families. At The Baker Law Firm, founding attorney Lance K. Baker has the education, means, knowledge, and skill to competently and vigorously represent the interests of injury victims and recover damages for them. Lance is an attorney specifically trained in pursuing and resolving personal injury cases for his clients.
How Injuries Can Alter Your Life
In a split-second, an accident can change your life circumstances, sometimes permanently. Here are a few significant things that may change:
- You may be left to deal with chronic pain.
- You may be unable to work at your previous career, or in some cases, unable to work at all.
- Your injuries may require ongoing care to maintain the quality of life you enjoyed before the accident.
- You may have to cope with emotional pain and suffering as you adjust to post-accident life.
If you sustained an injury because of another person or organization’s negligence, Lance can review your case, help you understand your options under the law and guide you as you decide how to proceed. He will help you prepare and present your case in court or in settlement talks with the other party.
Recover Your Life – Contact Us Today
The Baker Law Firm serves clients across East Tennessee. Our founding attorney works not only to win financial recoveries for his clients but, just as importantly, to help them recover their lives. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at our Knoxville office at 865-200-4117 or email us using our online contact form.