When a person is catastrophically injured or dies as the result of another’s wrongdoing, the victim or the families of deceased victims have the right to expect that the liable person or business will be held accountable. This concept is actually written into our state and federal laws, including our Constitution. Legally, being accountable means being held responsible for your actions or lack of certain actions. The reality is that often times the harm can never be repaired or taken away and so being accountable civilly means the wrongdoer must fully and completely pay for all of the damages caused by the wrongdoing, including medical bills, lost income, daily physical pain, emotional suffering, scarring, disfigurement, permanent injuries, and all other related expenses, or, in the event of a death, the value of the life lost. The only way to do this is through a form of monetary payment equivalent to the harm done. Injury victims need fair and true representation from professional personal injury lawyers to determine how and why the incident or injuries happened, who is responsible, and the full extent of their damages.
Experience and Knowledge
Kasouf Tucker Law has the experience and knowledge to handle your case in a manner that takes into consideration the personal side of law. This is not a way to get even. Rather it is a way to compensate for damages. Kasouf Tucker Law attorneys are well versed in evaluating your case from physical injury to life changing emotional damages. We want our clients to rely on our expertise, understanding, and, personal commitment. To schedule a free consultation with Kasouf Tucker Law, contact us today by filling out our online contact form or giving us a call at 614-798-8000.