Menu
13 boulevard Maréchal Foch
06600 Antibes
Law firm in Antibes
HOURS
Monday to Thursday
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
(En cas d'urgence, un répondeur est disponible)


ADDRESS
13 boulevard Maréchal Foch
06600 Antibes
Contact Us
Fabien Manoury
Law firm in Antibes
Schedules
Monday to Thursday
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
(En cas d'urgence, un répondeur est disponible)
Le principe de la responsabilité civile

Personal injury – Lawyer in Antibes

Are you a victim of personal injury in the event of a traffic accident, a domestic or work accident, a medical error or a criminal offence, and would like to appeal to a court of competent jurisdiction to regularize your situation as soon as possible? Your personal injury lawyer, Fabien Manoury, accompanies you in all the procedures to be undertaken to obtain compensation proportional to the damages suffered.
The assistance of the victims with a view of compensation, both morally and financially, cannot be carried out by a person who is not an expert in the field: in order to obtain a fair result, the intervention of a lawyer practising in compensation of bodily harm is essential.
Les formes d’accident et préjudice corporel

The principle of civil liability

Le principe général de la responsabilité civile repose sur la réparation d’un préjudice causé à une victime, directe ou indirecte. Pour que la responsabilité médicale soit mise en œuvre, trois conditions doivent être prouvables : le dommage subi (atteinte portée à autrui), le fait à l’origine du dommage (fait générateur qui peut être une faute), et le lien de causalité entre la faute et le dommage. De même, il existe des régimes particuliers fondés sur un fait générateur, qui s’appuie soit sur la faute, soit sur le risque.
The general principle of civil liability is based on compensation for harm caused to a victim, whether directly or indirectly. In order for medical liability to be implemented, three conditions must be proved: the damage suffered (harm to others), the fact that caused the damage (chargeable event that can be a fault), and the causal link between the fault and the damage. Similarly, there are special schemes based on a chargeable event, based either on fault or on risk.
In matters of civil liability, your lawyer Fabien Manoury intervenes for the repair of any type of damage suffered. Compensation for the damage suffered relates to various types of damage: personal injury, property damage, but also moral prejudice.
La procédure d’indemnisation de la victime

Some examples of facts that cause bodily harm

Traffic accident

A road or circulation accident involves any traffic event in which a land motor vehicle is involved on a public road. The victims present at the scene of the traffic accident are the direct victims (passengers, drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, etc.). Ricocheted victims can also be compensated, they are close victims (children, spouses, close friends) who suffer harm as a result of the situation of the direct victim. This damage by ricochets is equally legitimately compensable

Accident at work

Three specific situations relate to accidents at work. The first is that which occurs because of or on the occasion of the performance of a work mission, regardless of the cause. The second relates to a commuting accident suffered by an employee while travelling between his place of residence and his place of work. The third situation refers to an occupational disease linked to an exposure of the employee to any risk, or to the conditions under which he carries out his work.

Sports accident

A sports accident may be the subject of compensation in the context of a sports activity, whether it took place in the context of a training within a club, or in an informal context. Accidents related to the practice of sport are generally compensated in the framework of personal injury and DINTILHAC nomenclature. However, the modalities are different from one case to another, especially if the risks were taken consciously by the victim of the sports accident.

Physical assault

The law recognizes that any person who is the victim of a physical assault has a right to compensation for their bodily harm, whether or not the perpetrator is solvent, and whether or not he or she is known. At the request of the lawyer, the criminal judge (see the judge in charge of interim proceedings in civil matters) may grant the victim an advance on their compensation, the amount of which will be conditioned to the medical assessment ordered in conjunction with the payment of a advance. The lawyer therefore seeks both a provision and an expertise, which will determine the harm related to the assault and injury suffered by the victim and allow to assess the compensation. In criminal matters the perpetrator of the offence will be sentenced on the penal level (imprisonment for example) and on the civil level (damages paid to the victim)

An error or medical accident

Errors or medical accidents resulting from a medical act or treatment resulting in bodily harm. These may include nosocomial infections (in the case of contamination within a care facility), iatrogenic infections (in the case of consequences related to medical treatment, for example due to overdose or poor prescription of medication) an error in diagnosis, a mistake in the practice of a medical gesture or more generally care that would not be appropriate and consistent with the data acquired from medical science. Medical error, iatrogenic infection, nosocomial infection are elements that generate bodily harm, such as aggression or a traffic accident. Personal injury should be compensated in the same way.

Domestic violence

Domestic and family violence are assaults against one or more victims within the home, with the spouse and children potentially affected. These acts of violence are committed within a married, committed or common-law couple. Sometimes even between people no longer living together. This particular violence requires adequate treatment. The phenomenon of the author’s psychological control over his victim is increasingly recognized by the legislator and the courts as having to receive specific attention and treatment. The lawyer, as he defends the victims of this violence thus participates in the legal steps to protect the victims. The priority is to provide them with a healthy and stable environment. The lawyer can then act to claim compensation for the damages suffered.

The compensation procedure for the victim

Medical expertise

Medical expertise is the report that serves as the basis for calculating compensation for the victim of an accident. This document recognizes the existence of damages, assessed by an expert (designated by the parties or by the Judge as the case may be) and from which the expert lawyer and the insurer will translate the damages into prejudices. The victim may be assisted by a physician-counsel of their choice, it is preferable that is the case, and it is important that a team effort be established between the victim’s lawyer and their medical advisor in order to guarantee the effectiveness of the rights of the victim within the framework of the expertise and ultimately to obtain the best possible compensation, namely to fully repairs all its positions of prejudice.

The payment of provisions

Provisions paid to the victim can be obtained by amicable means, especially from the insurance company after the intervention of the lawyer who may contact them. They are intended to cover the costs of expertise and constitute advances on the amount of final compensation for the damage. In the case of the refusal of an out-of-court claim, the lawyer is in a position to refer the matter to the Judge of referees, who may order the payment of a provision even before the end of the trial.

Consolidating personal injury

Consolidation of personal injury refers to the stabilization of the victim's health. It is a legal notion that is not confused with a state of healing. "Consolidation" is the point at which the harm can be considered evaluable in its entirety because the condition of the victim is no longer susceptible to significant change. Pending consolidation, the judge may, rightly, order the payment of provisions in order to prevent the victim whose condition would slowly evolve from waiting several months or several years before receiving any compensation.
Schedules
Monday to Thursday
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
(In case of emergency
(In case of emergency, an answering machine is available))
Our contact details
13 boulevard Maréchal Foch
Foch06600 Antibes

Law firm in Antibes Contact me
Vous appréciez, partagez !
Fabien Manoury Télèphone04 82 29 49 74
Adresse13 boulevard Maréchal Foch
06600 Antibes