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Personal Injury


The Personal Injury Lawyers team at MexLaw are dedicated to obtaining a fair and quick compensation for injury victims recovering from tragic incidents. Our team of lawyers, assisted by researchers, expert witnesses and investigators, practice exclusively in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death compensation. In most cases, we work on a contingency-fee basis, and you will not pay any fees unless we win your case. If you are seeking just compensation in a professional and timely manner, trust the Personal Injury Lawyers at MexLaw to represent you. Each Personal Injury case is unique and having a highly qualified, experienced Attorney is therefore imperative.

Medical Malpractice


Medical malpractice is defined as any act or omission by a medical professional during treatment of a patient that deviates from accepted norms of practice in the medical community and causes an injury to the patient. Medical malpractice is a specific subset of tort law that deals with professional negligence.

What Are the Most Common Medical Malpractice Claims?


  • Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
  • Failure to treat
  • Prescription drug errors
  • Surgical or procedural errors

Wrongful Death


Wrongful death occurs when a person is killed because of the neglect or other fault of another person. A wrongful death lawsuit allows surviving family members to seek justice on behalf of a loved one who passed away due to an act of carelessness or violence. Family members can recover both pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages in a wrongful death claim. Often, a personal representative of the deceased’s estate will be appointed during these claims.

Permanent Injury


Permanent injury occurs when a physical or mental impairment restrict the employment and other activities of a person for the rest of his/her life.

Sometimes soft tissue injuries can be permanent if a severe contusion is sustained to muscles, tendons or ligaments. They can cause lasting effects that never heal properly.

Permanent injuries can include scarring, disfigurement, or dismemberment. Brain injuries, nerve damage, spinal cord injuries, amputation, and burns are some common permanent injury claims.

In a lawsuit to recover damages caused by the negligence or intentional wrongful act of another, a permanent injury may be an important element in the award of general damages.

Millions $ Recovered


Over the years, the Personal Injury Lawyers at MexLaw have recovered millions of dollars to compensate their clients for the injuries and suffering caused by individualswhose unsafe, negligent, and careless conduct caused them harm.

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If you are the victim of an incident in Mexico, the first thing to do is record for future reference all the circumstances relating to the incident. As soon as possible and circumstances permitting, take as many pictures as possible, obtain the names of witnesses, collect receipts and invoices, and write, in your own words, the circumstances of the incident, with as much detail as possible. If you wait, some of the important facts may be forgotten. Then, contact the Personal Injury Lawyers at MexLaw to assist you.

Should I file a claim?


If you have suffered a physical, emotional or financial loss due to the negligence or omissions of another person or business then you have a claim for compensation and damages in Mexico.

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Every tourist attraction and commercial establishment open to the public, are required by law to obtain liability insurance to compensate for any damages suffered by their guests on their premises, or during the exercise of an activity resulting from negligence or omissions. The same applies for owners and operators of vehicles such as cars, buses, taxis, trucks, and maritime transport. They also require insurance coverage to operate and are liable for the damages caused to third parties, including passengers, by their negligence or omissions. Plaintiffs have a limited time in which to file a lawsuit. If you are considering taking legal action, you should be aware of these time limits (Prescription) and seek help from the experienced Personal Injury Lawyers at MexLaw.

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The first step to obtain a fair and quick compensation for your injuries and losses starts by contacting the Personal Injury Lawyers at MexLaw. Once we receive your contact form, our lawyers will review the information and respond within 24 hours.

We Can Do It

You will be required to provide information about all the victims, material losses and detailed circumstances of the incident. This information will remain confidential. Our Personal Injury Lawyers will review each case individually and provide a detailed action plan of what will be necessary to obtain compensation. We work on a contingency-fee basis and will not be paid unless you win. We will require a small retainer for expenses incurred on your behalf. These expenses will be reimbursed to you once we succeed.

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