Many lawyers say “you don’t have a case” when someone intentionally injures you. This mistaken belief is often based on the knowledge that insurance policies generally provide coverage for only negligent acts, not intentional acts; and an employer isn't generally liable for the conduct of an employee if he or she intentionally injures you.
Our experienced personal injury lawyers don’t always agree with these factors. Sometimes you do have a case, even if the other party acted intentionally.
Receiving a Fair Recovery for Intentional Injuries
While insurance companies may or may not compensate you for injuries suffered due to someone else’s intentional actions, you could still make a full and fair recovery.
The personal injury lawyers at Samples Ames PLLC obtained proper settlements for persons injured by intentional acts. Each case is different, and your ability to receive financial recovery depends on the particular facts of your case. If you or a loved one suffered serious personal injuries through the intentional act of another person, it's important to seek legal advice as soon as possible.
Our Dallas-Fort Worth legal team has vast experience with personal injury cases of all types. We encourage you to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation. We'll review the claim and explain your legal rights to determine if there's the basis for a case.
Please contact us today to schedule a meeting and find out how and what you may recover if someone else hurt you on purpose.