Maryville Personal Injury Lawyer
Every injury becomes a serious injury when you take into account the mounting hospital bills, lost wages due to requiring time off work, property damage, and the high cost of rehabilitation and physical therapy. While some personal injuries can be dealt with in a matter of months or years, the consequences of the most traumatic injuries are felt for life. Whether you suffered a fractured collarbone, a concussion, a spinal injury, a severe burn, or any other type of injury, you deserve to be compensated for your damages at the very least, and our Maryville personal injury lawyers at Fox Farley Willis & Burnette are available to help.
Types of Maryville Personal Injury Cases We Focus In
- Amusement Park Accident
- Bicycle Accident
- Boat Accident
- Bus/Trolley Accident
- Car Accident
- Cosmetic/Nail Salon Infection
- Distracted Driving
- Dog Bite
- DUI Accident
- Hot Tub Injury
- Mesothelioma & Toxic Exposure
- Motorcycle Accident
- Negligent Security
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Pedestrian Accident
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Truck Accident
- Uninsured Motorist
- Wrongful Death
Tennessee traffic collisions, which include car and truck crashes, pedestrian collisions, bicyclist collisions, and motorcyclist collisions, have been on the rise in recent years. Despite newer model cars being equipped with collisions avoidance systems, fatalities have been steadily rising, with over 1,100 people killed on Tennessee roads in 2019, according to tntrafficsafety.org. Distracted driving, aggressive driving and speeding, drunk driving, and fatigued driving or falling asleep at the wheel are the most common causes of all traffic collisions.
Energy and Atomic Workers’ Compensation Claims
2,400 Tennessee workers are employed in the nuclear power sector, while thousands more are employed in other forms of energy production, including coal mining and coal-fired power plants, according to the Nuclear Energy Institute. Many of these jobs come with certain risks, and even the most prudent workers can become injured on the job through no fault of their own. In other cases, employers cut corners by not taking safety precautions to heart, resulting in dangerous work environments that can lead to serious health and safety concerns.
Damages You Can Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit
By filing a personal injury claim against a negligent party, you can recover the following damages:
- Medical bills;
- Future medical expenses;
- Lost wages and lost earning ability;
- Pain and suffering;
- Loss of joy of life;
- Emotional distress;
- Property damage; and
A workers’ compensation claim, on the other hand, covers:
- Full medical costs associated with the injury;
- Partial wage replacement (either temporary or permanent);
- Compensation for a lost limb or body part; and
- Transportation costs to and from medical appointments.
Certain egregious actions by an employer, or if a worker is exposed to toxic substances, can also result in a personal injury claim on top of a workers’ compensation claim, which can drastically increase the victim’s overall compensation.
Contact a Maryville Personal Injury Attorney Today
Unfortunately, negligent parties often face little to no punishment for causing serious injuries, but our experienced Maryville personal injury attorneys at Fox Farley Willis & Burnette can hold them financially accountable for your medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity, pain and suffering, property damage, and much more. Contact us today at 865-457-6440 to schedule a free consultation.