A Personal Injury suit can come up when someone is harmed, either by accident or through intentional injury, and somebody else may be legally responsible.
The harm occurred can be physical, mental, or even financial. Personal Injury suits are typically resolved in one of two ways: through a formal lawsuit, or through informal, out-of-court negotiations between the parties involved. There is often a time limit for when one person can file a claim against another for personal injury. This is known as the Statute of Limitations.