Do I have a case for permanent numbness in my legs due to personal injury? 3 Answers as of November 20, 2010

This happened about a year ago in California when we were walking her boxer went off chasing a cat and the leash wrapped around me and the plastic retractable piece hit me in my shin, breaking it severely. The numbness has never subsided. I have permanent numbness in my leg and had my bone broken into 6 pieces after an event with my neighbor. I have not really considered it to this point, but do you think I might have a case?

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Hale Law Group | Joshua D. Hale
I think it could be a case, it would depend on the fact, such as who's cat it was, or if it was foreseeable that this would happen. Your neighbor would have to be the actual and proximate cause of the injury.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 11/19/2010
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