Personal injuries can be devastating to one’s physical health, emotional well being, personal life, employment and everyday life activities. Allisan respects the trying challenges that accidents impose on injured parties and treats each person with compassion while assisting them through the personal injury action. She is proficient in analyzing cases, taking into account all issues of liability and damages. Allisan will help you achieve a fair, just and reasonable settlement for your personal injury resulting from any of the following:

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  • Automobile Accidents
  • Rear-End Collisions
  • Hit-and-Run Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Premise Liability
  • Slip & Falls
  • Product Liability
  • Dog Bites

Attorney Allisan Adams will ensure that you will be treated fairly and will recover what the law entitles you to. For over 20 years Allisan has been handling all types of accident related injuries that vary from catastrophic to severe and less serious ones.

Determining Factors of Negligence

While money is often inadequate to compensate an injured person for the damages one incurs following an accident—whether pain and suffering, permanent injuries, medical costs, lost wages, stress and emotional trauma—our legal system allows recovery when each of the following four criteria exists:

  • There is a duty owed (as in the duty a driver has to drive in a reasonably safe manner)
  • The duty owed was breached (where the driver breached his duty to drive in a reasonably safe manner when he failed to keep a reasonable distance from the car in front of him)
  • Causation (the breach or negligence caused the accident)
  • The negligence (of the driver) caused the injuries
Determining Compensation

The law states that the amount of compensation must be fair, just and reasonable. While there is no formula to determine a fair, just and reasonable award, the following factors are considered in evaluating the value of a case:

  • Nature and extent of injuries
  • Total medical bills and other out-of-pocket expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Any permanent partial disability that is determined and assessed by your doctor