Following an injury caused by negligence, it’s easy to think about the compensation needed to recover from high medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses associated with your injury. However, many people don’t think beyond that.
For those who suffer injuries, it’s imperative to recognize the true importance of pursuing justice and holding the negligent party fully accountable for his or her actions. Learn why our firm prioritizes pursuing justice and what it means for you and others out there.
For many, pursuing justice means getting closure. While monetary compensation is great and helps with the expenses you’ve incurred as a result of the injury, you may also want get closure in knowing the responsible party is being held responsible for his or her actions.
In cases where the injury was the result of malice or an intentional act, you may be able to go beyond the regular damages and potentially pursue punitive damages. Like justice, these are meant to punish the defendant for his or her actions.
Protecting Others In the Future
Bringing acts of negligence and the tactics of insurance companies into the public spotlight can help individuals protect others from suffering the same fate. You show that these negligent actions have consequences and that people should act with the well-being of others in mind.
By pursuing justice and refusing to settle for anything less, you’re giving others like you a voice to stand up to those who have wronged them. You are showing that success is possible and that when negligence is present, those who suffer harm do have rights.
At Chris Mayo Law Firm, we prioritize the rights of our clients from start to finish working to pursue the most favorable outcome possible. We know this is a difficult time for you and we want to be your guides throughout the entire process.
Trust our San Antonio personal injury attorneys to go above and beyond on your behalf, letting you focus on your recovery while we handle the complex legal matters that lie ahead. We’re here for you every step of the way.
Call our firm today at (210) 899-5440 or contact us online.