Intentional Acts of Personal Injury
Acting with intent to directly cause harm to another party constitutes
an intentional act of personal injury. There are different degrees of
intent to cause harm. An intentional act of personal injury claim generally
will consider whether the act was planned in advance or committed in the
heat of the moment, or committed as a response to another event.
An intentional act of personal injury can involve:
- Physical force or assault
- Property damage
- Psychological or emotional injuries
- Reckless operation of a vehicle or machinery
The law protects the rights of injury victims who suffer loss due to another’s
negligence or intent to cause harm. Call (405) 531-9983 to speak with
the experienced attorneys at the Law Offices of Dan Davis today. We’re
ready to help you start building the strongest possible claim.
Negligent Acts of Personal Injury
Someone who has committed a negligent act typically has failed to use reasonable
care to prevent harm or loss in a situation where an injury could have
been prevented. Some aspects of Oklahoma law, such as premises liability,
have specific standards for determining how or if this duty of care is upheld.
Negligent acts of personal injury may include:
- Driver distraction
- Third-party workplace accident
- Pedestrian accident
- Dangerous drugs
An insurance company may attempt to reduce the settlement they pay an injury
victim by trying to make it appear that the victim was responsible for
what happened. At the Law Offices of Dan Davis, we have experience negotiating
successfully for our clients who are disputing insurance companies. We
fight aggressively to pursue the maximum settlement for our clients.
Pain and Suffering
It is difficult to objectively measure the pain you may be experiencing
after an accident. The insurance company may try to limit or deny your
pain and suffering claim. This is why it’s important to have an
experienced attorney on your side.
At the Law Offices of Dan Davis, we can investigate your case and show
how your pain and suffering has changed your quality of life. We help
our clients present the strongest possible claim for pursing pain and
Elements that can be used to pursue compensation for pain and suffering
include, but are not limited to:
- Medicines prescribed by physician
- Duration and extent of medical treatment
- Need for occupational and/or physical therapy
Interviews/testimony from parties familiar with your lifestyle and work
before the accident
Count on the Law Offices of Dan Davis to guide you in pursuing the maximum
settlement you are owed from your
car accident, motorcycle accident, or workplace accident.
Call Today for Immediate Help
Attorney Dan Davis and his legal team know how to help clients every step
of the way. We’re familiar with all aspects of personal injury law,
including how to prove negligence and maximize compensation. Not only
will we fight to help you take care of your medical bills, but we’ll
also go above and beyond to assess the long-term cost of your accident,
including pain and suffering, emotional distress and other damages.
Financial difficulties often arise in the aftermath of an accident, which
is why we work hard on behalf of our clients when pursuing damages. With
your well-being at stake, we won’t gamble with your future. From
the moment you contact us, you can expect us to go the extra mile in pursuing
the benefits you deserve. Because there is a statute of limitations in
personal injury cases, do not delay in contacting our team. Getting the
right legal counsel at the right time can help ensure that your settlement
is not diminished or negated due to these time limits.
Our team is standing by to help you. Contact our office today.