Areas of Practice
Levandowski and Associates has specialized in Personal Injury Cases for over 25 years. Personal injury claims are called torts and are classified into three broad categories - negligence torts, intentional torts and strict (or absolute liability) torts.
A negligence tort is the most common and is the failure to use reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable harm to a person, place or thing. Individuals will be liable if their unreasonable act or failure to act causes and injury, even if the harm is unintentional.
An intentional tort is the “malicious or intentional” infliction of harm that results in injury. Assault and battery would be an example of an intentional tort. Most intentional torts are criminal offenses.
The strict liability tort is where a person is held responsible for the injury of another regardless of negligence or intent. Some instances in which strict liability may apply are product liability cases, abnormally dangerous or ultra-hazardous activities and animal owner’s liability.
Auto and Truck Accidents
Highway Design Accidents
Drunk Driver/Passenger Accidents
Other Injury Claims
Animal Bites and Injury
Slip, Trip and Fall
Work Accidents and Related Claims