I've heard a lot of talk lately about being litigious. We represent injured people in lawsuits against the people responsible. If the people responsible had only fairly compensated my clients for their wrongdoing, a lawsuit or trial would not be necessary.
There's a lot of talk about being litigious.
There's a lot of talk about being litigious.
I mean, it's the word of the day.
The definition of litigious is "given to lawsuits," but it isn't always used in that way. Experts say that if you're filing for compensation for injuries sustained from someone else's negligence (like a car accident or police shooting), then you're not being litigious—you're just being a good citizen who wants to be compensated for their injury and suffering.
Lawyers are not litigious just because they represent injured people.
Lawyers are not litigious. That is to say, they are not in the business of suing people just because they can. Lawyers represent injured people—and sometimes their families—because they have rights and deserve protection when those rights are violated. The law provides a way for people who have been wronged by another person or entity to seek redress for their injuries and losses, but these protections only exist if you know how to use them.
You're not litigious if you do everything possible to avoid conflicts.
If you do everything possible to avoid conflicts, then you're not being litigious. You can be a good person and still file a claim. If you don't file a claim, then you haven't done everything possible to avoid the conflict with that person.
You should claim your rights as an injured person, including compensation.
You have a right to be fairly compensated for your injuries, lost income, medical bills and pain and suffering. As an injured person you are entitled to file a personal injury claim against the party that caused you harm in order to recover compensation for all of these losses. Your rights are protected by law and it is important that you exercise them so that justice can be served on your behalf.
Sometimes you need help to claim your rights.
You can’t do it alone. If you have been injured in an accident, we are here to help you make sure that your rights are protected and that you get the compensation you deserve. We will protect your interests at every stage of the process and guide you through each step so that the best possible outcome can be achieved.
If someone else's negligence injures you, you still have the right to be compensated for medical bills and lost income.
It is not litigious to file a personal injury claim. In fact, it is your right to be compensated for medical bills and lost income. If someone else's negligence injures you, then this “someone else” should be held responsible for paying for your losses.
You also have a right to hire an attorney in order to get the compensation you deserve. Hiring an attorney does not make you litigious; it allows you access to legal rights that may be unknown or misunderstood by others who have been hurt by the same negligent person or entity.
The law protects your rights as an injured person.
You may be asking yourself, "Am I litigious for filing a personal injury claim?" The answer is simple: the law protects your rights as an injured person. You have the right to be compensated for medical bills and lost income, both of which can be significant expenses. When someone else's negligence causes you harm, you have every right to file a personal injury claim to receive compensation. It's even important that you do everything possible to avoid conflicts and resolve them before they become lawsuits.
If you are not litigious when it comes down to protecting yourself and your loved ones' rights in these situations, then why not claim the compensation that is rightfully yours? If someone has harmed you or caused damage on your property through their negligence or recklessness, they should fairly compensate you! We all deserve peace of mind knowing that people won't take advantage of us just because we don't stand up for ourselves sometimes. Corporations and Insurance companies want you to feel badly about speaking up and obtaining fair compensation, because it effects their bottom line.
Tort reform doesn't mean injury victims don't have rights or shouldn't be compensated for their losses.
Tort reform is a political issue. It's not about personal injury claims. Tort reform is the attempt to limit the amount of money that can be awarded to injured people by limiting their ability to collect compensation for their losses. In short, it's what insurance companies and corporations want so they don't have to pay out as much in claims.
It's not really about you or your rights at all!
Being prepared to file a personal injury claim against someone who caused an accident is nothing to be ashamed of.
Being prepared to file a personal injury claim against someone who caused an accident is nothing to be ashamed of. If you have been injured in any way, it's your right to be compensated for your losses and damages. Personal injury claims are not litigious—they are about justice and fairness, which is why we all should seek them out when necessary.
You deserve compensation for the following:
- Your medical bills and lost income (if applicable)
- Pain and suffering that has resulted from this incident
You also have the right to seek legal help if you need assistance with filing your case or with establishing proper evidence before taking action against someone else who was at fault in causing this accident.
Contact Orange County Personal Injury Attorney Scott D. Hughes
If you're thinking about filing a personal injury claim, the first thing to do is talk to Contact Us. That way, you can be sure that you're doing everything legally possible to pursue your rights as an injured person.