Personal Injury

Hurt? Explore your legal options for personal injuries. You deserve justice.

Finding yourself involved in either side of a personal injury law suit is stressful.

You need to protect yourself if you're being held accountable for someone else's injury. And if you're the injured party, figuring out how to protect yourself legally and seek justice while also contending with the reality of injury can feel like an impossible weight at times.

Jodie Borger is here to help lighten your load.

Here's how it works:

Personal injury law is also called tort law. This type of law is an umbrella term for the type of law employed when a person or property has been injured due to another person (which can include another person's failure to act).

This law area is meant to protect you so you have a legal course of action to follow should you have the misfortune of being on the receiving end of personal injury.

It's also designed to help those who are facing charges related to personal injury so that they can ethically and intelligently navigate their path forward. 

Areas commonly seen in personal injury include:

  • Auto Negligence
  • Premises Liability
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Injuries
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Products Liability
  • Premises Liability 

If you have questions related to personal injury, call us. If there's a case you want to get moving on, or even just want to tell us about what happened, call us! If you want a professional legal opinion from the Law Office of Jodie Borger on what to do next, call us. You can also email or use the contact form below. We look forward to discussing your personal injury case with you.

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