Undue harm is a term used in personal injury law, and it describes the harm that came to an individual who did not deserve it. For example, if a driver is obeying the law, paying close attention and driving at the speed limit, any injury that may occur would be considered undue harm. Innocent drivers experience undue harm every day when another driver who is acting negligently collides with them and creates an accident.
Of course, undue harm can befall individuals who were not behaving perfectly as well. For example, if a driver was speeding slightly, but another driver was drunk and driving the wrong way down a one-way street, the harm that follows the speeding driver can be considered undue since the other party was acting well outside of the bounds of what is considered reasonable.
As a personal injury law firm, we are dedicated to right the wrongs that cause undue harm. Personal injury accidents often lead to medical bills, time away from work and rehabilitation during recovery. All of those factors need to be accounted for. It is not right to expect victims to bear the personal injury accident’s personal and financial brunt. As dedicated personal injury attorneys in Nevada, we will gather evidence about your accident, build a convincing case, calculate your damages and fight on your behalf until you receive the compensation you deserve.
We specialize defending victims of undue harm in the following situations:
- Bad Drugs
- Boating Accident
- Brain Injury
- Bus Accident
- Burn Accident
- Car Accident
- Construction Site Accident
- Defective and Dangerous Products
- Defective Medical Device
- Dog Bite
- Slip and Fall
- Train Accident
- Wrongful Death
So if you or a loved one has been the victim of undue harm, do not suffer alone. We are experts in these situations, and we can help you get your life back on track. The team at Karns & Karns is here for you. Call us today and get us working on your behalf. We are nothing but a phone call away.
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