Personal Injury

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Proven Representation of individuals and families affected by Personal Injury

Parsons' team of personal injury attorneys assists clients in cases involving medical malpractice and negligence, trucking collisions and defective products.

Parsons Behle & Latimer is one of the largest law firms in the United States representing individuals or families who have been injured as the result of the negligence or wrongdoing of others. This area of the law is called "personal injury" and the damages can occur as a result of a motor vehicle or truck collision, the sale and use of a defective product or the wrongdoing of a healthcare provider. Attorneys at Parsons Behle & Latimer have recovered some of the largest personal injury settlements and verdicts in the United States on behalf of their clients. These achievements are the direct result of intensive case investigation and preparation, skilled pre-trial practice and the use of the latest trial techniques and technology, at the same time responsibly and ethically representing some of the most vulnerable individuals in our society. For the past half century, the firm has been privileged to successfully represent innocent individuals and families faced with extraordinary and catastrophic circumstances.

There is a specific category of personal injury cases that involve what is known as "wrongful death." A wrongful death case can be the result of negligence by a wrongdoer which ultimately results in the death of a family member or loved one. In these cases, damages include not only medical expenses and future lost income, but the profound and irreplaceable emotional loss suffered by the individual survivors.

The firm undertakes litigation in personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that no fees or costs are paid unless and until our clients receive a settlement or judgment. In addition, there is also no charge for an initial consultation and review of the facts and circumstances surrounding the case prior to undertaking representation.

Representative Matters

2013 Defense Verdict for a Client Podiatrist