COVID-19 exposure has led to a litany of serious health issues and tens of thousands of deaths. Though everyone’s health is top priority, afflicted individuals and family members of those who have been lost might wonder what type of claims can be brought in relation to coronavirus infections. Though each case is unique and it could be difficult to establish liability for such an unforeseen event, we could see a surge in product liability, medical malpractice and fraudulent marketing lawsuits once courts open and victims learn about their legal options.
An experienced personal injury attorney can listen to what happened in your case and assess if you have an actionable claim in one of the following areas:
Personal injury claims stemming from COVID-19 should become commonplace once the extent of the damage becomes clearer. It is important to stay vigilant in your safe practices, which include carefully choosing where you go and what products you use to protect you and your loved ones. If you think you have been exposed to coronavirus because of the negligent actions of another, then it is important to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney immediately.
Tateishi & Tanaka advocates on behalf of clients in all types of personal injury litigation. To schedule an appointment regarding your legal options, please contact the firm online to speak with a qualified attorney about your concerns.
A married man and father of two minor children, suffers severe injuries and death from the effects of over radiation caused by the negligence of his health care providers and a defect in the treatment software program.
A man occupying a vehicle that collides into a tree as a result of the driver’s negligence sustains multiple injuries, including brain hemorrhage, fracture to his leg, and seizures.
While riding his motorcycle on a state highway, a man sustains severe injuries to his head and body as a result of the negligence of a driver making a left turn in his path of travel and the failure to install traffic signals at the site of the collision.
A man is killed in a rear-end collision.