In personal injury cases, the plaintiff is the person who is filing a claim against the defendant or the defendant’s insurance company. A plaintiff is anyone who has suffered from any kind of harm – whether it is bodily or emotional harm – due to the negligent acts of the defendant. A bystander, witness, or family member of the injured party are all considered to be a plaintiff in a personal injury case.
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