Rutland Personal Injury Lawyer

Knowledgeable & Skilled Legal Representation on Your Side

Whether it’s a car crash or a slip-and-fall accident, suffering an injury can cause a host of issues. Not only do you have to deal with trying to make a full recovery from injury, you also need to pay for medical and rehabilitation expenses while you’re away from work. Moreover, you are being blamed for the accident.

Fortunately, there is hope. At Shillen & Mackall Law Office, we are dedicated to recovering the financial compensation you deserve. Our Rutland personal injury attorney can protect your rights and best interests against other parties and insurance providers, helping you obtain the maximum settlement possible

  • The benefits of our firm include:
  • Millions of dollars recovered for our clients
  • Thousands of clients successfully represented
  • We do not charge any upfront legal fees unless we win your case
  • Available 24/7 for any of your needs
  • We specialize in the legal field of personal injury, committed to helping people

Types of Personal Injury Cases

In Vermont, as long as you are 50 percent or less at fault for an accident, you may be legally entitled to monetary damages. The statute of limitations for personal injury cases is three years from the date of the accident or injury to file a lawsuit in the state’s civil court system. Failure to file a lawsuit after the three-year window will result in a dismissal of your claim by the court.

  • Types of cases our Rutland personal injury lawyers handle are the following:
  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Product liability
  • Premises liability
  • Medical malpractice
  • Animal bites
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Wrongful death

Personal injury lawsuits are used to recover both economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages are designed to compensate you for actual financial losses (i.e. medical bills and lost wages), while noneconomic damages are intended to compensate you for intangible harm (i.e. emotional distress or pain and suffering). You need to prove that the negligent party owed a duty of care, there was a breach of the duty of care, that breach resulted in your injuries, and that you suffered damages.

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We understand that you may be worried about paying for our experienced legal services, which is why you won’t have to pay us anything unless we are victorious. So if we lose, you don’t have to pay us anything. With millions of dollars recovered on behalf of our clients, we have what it takes to help you get your entitled compensation. While you focus on recovery, let us take care of the rest.

Do not hesitate to call Shillen & Mackall Law Office for a case evaluation at (802) 243-0078