Personal Injury Attorney In Dallas, Texas

Moses Jun is a personal injury attorney in Dallas, Texas with over a decade of experience. He never charges any fees unless he is able to collect money from the other driver or the other insurance company who caused the accident. In other words, Moses Jun works as a team with his clients and do not get paid unless and until the clients get paid. If you cannot come to our office because you are in the hospital or ill, we can come to your home for your free consultation.

Personal injury cases can include car accidents, slip & fall, animal bites and medical malpractice to name just a few. If you suffer personal injury or damages through the fault of another, that person or business is legally responsible to pay compensation for your injuries. To determine responsibility, the court looks for negligence--carelessness by one of the parties involved. Whoever is determined to have been less careful (i.e. more negligent), is legally responsible for at least part of the damages incurred. Compensation is generally awarded based on the strength of your documentation and degree of injury. Personal injury cases are serious matters. They often involve grave injury, permanent disability, and even death. Victims depend on the personal injury lawyer to recover financial damages that are required to cover their medical treatments, replace loss of income, and compensate for their pain and suffering.

Car Accident :

Car accidents are the result of negligence, or a mistake. Car accidents can damage one or more autos, people, or structures and ruin peoples lives. It causes thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of disabilities each year. Our office can help you get the medical treatment you need by referring you to chiropractors, medical doctors, neurosurgeons, orthopedics, and many other medical professionals. We can also set you up with a rental car and while your car is being repaired. If you have a fairly new car, we will get you compensated for the diminished value of your car as well, which you are legally entitled. Further, you are also entitled to any loss of income, loss of earning capacit and loss of profits of your business. You are also entitled to be compensated for your pain and suffering. IF YOU ARE TOO MUCH IN PAIN TO COME TO OUR OFFICE, WE CAN COME TO YOU AND GIVE YOU A FREE CONSULTATION.

Slip And Fall :

Slip and Fall incidents occur daily in places like Walmart, Krogers, and many other retail establishments. One misconception people have on slip and fall incidents is that the retail establishments are absolutely liable for the slip and fall victim. However, that is not the case. Retail establishments are liable for your injuries if you slip and fall in their retail establishments only if they knew of the unreasonably dangerous condition, or that they should have known of the unreasonably dangerous condition, and then the retal establishment failed to give adequate warning of the unreasonably dangerous condition. An example is when someone slips and falls on some liquid substance in Walmart, but the liquid was spilled on the floor of Walmart by some unknown customer who shopped there. In that example, Walmart is not liable for the slip and fall victim's injuries because Walmart did not know that there was a spilled subtance on the floor (If Walmart knew about the spilled substance but did not give adequate warning or clean the floor to make it safe for patrons, then Walmart is liable for the slip and fall victim's injuries). Slip and fall cases are tough cases, and therefore you need to hire an experienced lawyer in slip and fall cases. Attorney Moses Jun is an experienced personal injury lawyer who has filed many lawsuits in slip and fall cases.

Animal Bite :

Dogs, such as pit bulls and german shepards are considered and deemed to be inherently dangerous and consequently the owners are pretty much automatically liable if those dogs bite anyone and cause bodily harm. However, other dogs such as poodles are not considered to be inherently or innately dangerous and therefore are not liable for any bodily injuries of others, unless the owner knew of its dangerous propensities, such as biting someone and injuring someone in the past. Hence, that is why people say dogs get a free bite!. However, these can be quite tragic, with deep physical and emotional pain or even resulting in death. Most pet owners are covered through insurance. Homeowner's insurance and apartment renters insurance frequently cover injuries resulting from dog bits. Thaat is why you should contact a dallas personal injury lawyer with ove a decade of experience, Moses Jun.

The legal rights of a dog bite victim depend on where the attack happened (meaning the state and city). The laws vary from state to state, and sometimes even from city to city.

In every state, a victim can recover compensation from:

  • A person whose negligence caused the attack
  • A person who violated a leash law or a law prohibiting dogs from "running at large,"
  • A person who kept a dog with the knowledge that the dog had a history of injuring people.
  • Sometimes a victim can recover compensation from people who, at first glance, might appear to have little to do with the dog. For example, a landlord might be liable if he knows that a tenant keeps a dog that has bitten people in the past, provided that the landlord has the legal power to get rid of the tenant or do something to prevent the dog from biting others, but did nothing to prevent it. Or a day care center might be liable for permitting someone with a large, aggressive dog to allow it onto the premises. Additionally, in most states a victim can recover compensation from a dog owner because of the state's "dog bite statute." Generally, dog bite statutes make a dog owner responsible for all bites, even if the dog never bit anyone before. Sometimes you may have rights of which you are not yet aware. Even if the dog owner does not seem to have any money to compensate you for your pain and medical expenses, he or she may have homeowner's insurance or apartment insurance that can cove your damages. Contact our office for help so that we can help you with your case.