Accidents and Injuries in Twin Falls
Have you or a family member been involved in a serious accident or suffered from an injury? Has it impaired your ability to work, or impact your quality of life? The team at Lister Frost serves Twin Falls, Idaho, and the surrounding areas, helping residents work through the difficulties associated with personal injury.
There are a number of areas that personal injury covers. The team at Lister Frost has extensive experience in providing in-depth consultation and representation in cases such as:
‣ Car Accidents
If you were in a car accident and hope to be compensated by an insurance company, there is a maze of legalities and bureaucracy that cause many to all but give up on getting adequate compensation. Even some attorneys don’t do all they can to fight insurance carriers due to the workload required. But Litster Frost never cuts corners. We do everything possible to see that you get maximum compensation after a car accident.
‣ Truck Accidents
Truck accidents are often very serious and can have devastating consequences, including loss of life. In 2015, there were 30 fatal commercial motor vehicle crashes, and 586 commercial motor vehicle injury crashes in Idaho.
When these types of accidents occur, it can be difficult to prove who was at fault and what the extent of liability should be. Successful truck accident cases require an incredible level of attention to detail.
Trust Litster Frost to represent your truck accident case with impeccable care.
‣ Motorcycle Accidents
Twin Falls is a great place to be a rider. But when an accident happens, trusting an attorney who has little or no motorcycle accident case experience may be a bad idea. Motorcycle accident cases often include building a case around traumatic brain injury (TBI). Litster Frost knows how to handle these cases with the nuanced approach they deserve.
‣ Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice is one of the fastest-growing areas of personal injury. According to a study by The Doctors Company, the number of electronic health record claims continues to rise. That does not include cases of medical mistreatment, cosmetic surgery mistakes, harm to a patient while giving birth, substandard service, instrument usage errors, and more.
We start from the beginning to uncover the truth to get justice served. Many attorneys turn down medical malpractice cases it can sometimes be difficult to prove negligence on the part of a medical professional or health care organization.
Litster Frost has the experience to know when a medical malpractice case is likely to succeed in favor of a plaintiff.
‣ Premises Liability
Premises liability pertains to situations in which a property owner or someone responsible for managing a property is held liable for a person’s harm. Not all injuries on an individual or business’s property qualify as a premises liability case. Premises liability can pertain to slip and fall, spilled liquid, unsafe building features, dog bites, and similar cases.
‣ Worker’s compensation
Idaho requires that employers carry workers’ compensation. However, that does not mean that every workplace accident leads to fair and adequate compensation. If you have been hurt on the job, talk to Litster Frost to learn how we can help you.
Having the right personal injury team on your side makes a difference. At Lister Frost, we carefully evaluate every case to ensure we implement the right strategy and defend your rights. Insurance companies are not your friend — they are designed to work for their employer. Many individuals have lost cases or negated their rights unknowingly because of this.
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Comparative Negligence Rule
COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE RULE
Idaho follows the comparative negligence rule, which means that a court will look at both parties’ actions and level of fault in the case of a motorcycle accident.
Even if you were both driving irresponsibly, if the other driver was driving more carelessly, then you may still have a case. It’s important to recognize, however, that any fault on your part will limit the amount of damages which you can receive.
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To schedule a consultation about your accident, call our office at (208) 333-3333 or fill out your case evaluation form now.