A personal injury is a wrongful act—whether through negligence or willingness—that causes physical or mental harm to a victim.
If you or someone you love was injured by another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. The personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are here to fight for the maximum amount of compensation you deserve. And because we work on a contingency fee basis, you owe us nothing unless we win.
To find out how we can help, call (877) 562-0000 or fill out our free case evaluation form. There is no cost or obligation, and the details of your case are always completely confidential.
Types of Personal Injury Claims
Many of the personal injury cases we handle—such as car wreck claims—can cause medical emergencies that strain a family’s financial situation or even result in the death of a loved one.
Some of the most common types of personal injury claims include:
- Brain Injuries
- Car Accidents
- Class-Action Suits
- Truck Accidents
- Drug Injury
- Defective Products
- Medical Malpractice
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Wrongful Death
The physical and emotional pain that results from injuries like these can take years to heal. In many cases, lives are never the same.
The families of those who were killed or have been permanently disabled by their injuries deserve guidance. Our attorneys understand how difficult life can be after a serious injury, and we’re here to help if you were harmed or a loved one was killed due to negligence.
Hear From Our Clients
At Cory Watson Attorneys, we believe the true measure of our firm’s successes are the results we achieve that make a difference in our client’s lives.
These clients have first-hand knowledge about what it is like to work with our firm and have experienced our unwavering commitment to putting their needs at the forefront of all that we do.
Hear From Our Clients
- “This has been the most amazing firm I have come in contact with.”
I am currently working with Rick DiGiorgio and his paralegal, Autumn White and they have been working on my cases for over a year. They have been kind, compassionate, they update me weekly and always go over and beyond to make sure I am okay and informed. I couldn’t ask for a better team!- Ashley T.
- “I cannot thank them enough for their professionalism, kindness and expertise.”
I went through terrible trauma and to know that the firm had our best interest in mind during a long process of dr appointments, hospital bills, mounting debt and stress from the accident was beyond the call of duty. I am thankful they were there by me and my husband every step of the way. If you need an attorney Cory Watson is the firm!- Tracey W.
- “The Cory Watson firm is amazing.”
They helped us navigate through difficult legal issues. The entire staff is very knowledgeable and professional. The dedication and time that Cory Watson took to resolve our issues has left us forever grateful. We have recommended them to many friends and family all receiving the same outstanding service.- Joe T.
- "The compassion that's shown is above and beyond. "
When placed in an already traumatizing life-changing situation, our attorney Hamilton Jordan took the time to reassure our family that we will get through our son's injury and recovery, and he has been beside us every step of the way!!- Shannon K.
Physical Injury and Emotional Damage
Psychological damage is often one of the most overlooked types of trauma an injury victim can sustain. Bodily harm from a car accident, for example, can be seen by lacerations, broken limbs, or even facial disfigurement, but the mental trauma that a victim suffers is not always detected.
Some of the most common symptoms of psychological trauma include:
- Abusing drugs or alcohol (self-medication)
- Panic attacks
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Suicidal thoughts or actions
Emotional damage is just as scarring as physical injury, and many personal injury victims face these challenges on their own because they don’t know where to turn for help. If you or someone you love is experiencing any psychological symptoms following a serious injury, contact a mental health professional immediately for diagnosis and treatment.
The next step should be to contact a personal injury law firm to pursue your legal options. Don’t suffer in silence—whether your injuries are physical, mental, or emotional, your rights deserve to be protected.