Personal Injury Representation – relates to the physical and mental injuries that occur because of someone else’s negligence, intentional actions, or under strict liability principles.

Negligence generally means when the party at fault fails to act with reasonable care, in circumstances when he has a duty of care towards you, and breaches that duty and causes injury to you. Take the case of a pedestrian walking on the sidewalk and a driver, failing to drive carefully, goes off the road and injures the pedestrian – this is negligence.

Intentional Harm means the other person set out to hurt you – usually in the form of battery and assault, false imprisonment.

Strict Liability – does not require any negligence or intent. usually occur when there is a standard set in law and the person fails to meet that standard – as in t he case of someone involved in the production, distribution, sale of a defective product which cause injury…. any of these person may be liable under strict liability principles.

There are several common types of personal injury cases:

A personal Injury case is is a case brought under the Civil Jurisdiction of the Court. A Claim is filed either in the High Court or in the Magistrate Court if the amount sought is no more than $7500. These small claims may also be brought in the High Court but, the successful claimant will not be entitled to any costs.

It is very important to ensure that you are properly represented in either bringing a claim under this head or if you are defending a claim. 

At Ramdhani and Associates, we have years of experience in dealing with these types of cases.