You – or someone you know – is hit by a car. Or maybe a loved one has been abused or neglected in a nursing home. Or maybe it’s a doctor or a hospital who made mistakes in their care of you or of someone you love. What do you do? Is there a way to make it right and be compensated for what they did?
Our laws provide for a person who is injured to be compensated for their injuries, not only for their economic injuries – loss of work, disability, medical bills and other losses you may have suffered – but also for your pain and suffering, inconvenience, loss of consortium and other injuries that aren’t just dollars and cents losses. The law says that you should be “made whole” and hold accountable the person who caused you the injuries you’ve suffered.
If you've been injured, it may feel overwhelming to know where to begin. That's why it's so important to consider a firm's experience in handling cases before you make a decision. At Bliss Law, we are dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of those who have been hurt because of the negligence or recklessness of another party. We represent clients in multiple types of cases including:
Traffic, ATV and trucking accidents
Accidents on the job
Dog bites, burn and bone injuries, traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries
Sexual abuse or assault victims
Babies harmed through preventable birth injuries
Injuries caused by medical malpractice
Nursing home residents who have suffered injury, sexual abuse or death as a result of nursing home neglect
Elderly or their family members who have experienced abuse through financial exploitation or scams
Car Accidents | Birth Injuries | Elder Abuse | Other Injuries
We handle these kinds of cases on a contingency fee basis rather than for an hourly fee.
In a contingency fee agreement, the attorney does not get paid unless and until
the perpetrator pays compensation to the injured person. At that time, the attorney
gets a percentage of the gross settlement of the case. If there is no
settlement, the client pays no attorneys fees to the attorney.
We know just how devastating it can be for families to lose a loved one because of another’s recklessness or wrongdoing. We help family members seek justice for their loved ones and recover the financial compensation needed to move forward from such a tragic loss. If your family has suffered the wrongful death of a loved one, call us to discuss your legal rights and options.
Some examples of wrongful death claims include:
Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
Drowning or boating accidents
Workplace accidents and illnesses
If you are a surviving family member of a wrongful death victim, you have the legal right to seek compensation for your loss.