Virtue Law Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Services


A person may have a case for sustaining an injury or their family for the wrongful death of such person when the actions of another were unintentional and caused an injury or death.

There is statutory negligence and common law negligence. For either cause of action there are elements that need to be proven. Generally they are: a duty owed by the defendant to the plaintiff [injured party]; breaching the standard of care owed to the injured party; causing a harm to the injured party; a connection between the harm and the defendant’s breach of duty and proof that the defendant’s conduct was the proximate or legal cause of the harm.

Some Examples of Personal Injury

Motor vehicle accidents between vehicles or vehicle and pedestrian

Slip and fall or trip and fall injury caused by the condition of defendant’s premises

Dog bite injuries by defendant’s pet; in some circumstances injury caused by wild animals and other domestic animals.

Professional negligence by licensed professionals such as medical and legal professionals, entities such as hospitals and other medical treatment centers, physicians, psychologists, nurses, dentists, real estate agents/brokers and salespersons, accountants, stock brokers, insurance agents, pilots, commercial drivers, architect, assayers, engineers, geologists, home inspectors, landscape architects, surveyors, and veterinarians, to name a few.

Dram Shop [vendors of alcoholic beverages]

Aviation and marine accidents

Canals [causing flooding or drowning]

Statutory Negligent Misrepresentation


[some examples]

Assault and Battery

Attractive Nuisance

Breach of Contract

Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Constructive Fraud/Fraud


Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

Interference with Contract Relationship or Business


Negligent Hiring, Retention or Supervision

Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress

Professional Negligence

Unjust Enrichment