Honolulu Personal Injury Laws |  Accident Law


Roy J. Bell, III, Attorney at Law, Practice Areas

Honolulu Roy J. Bell III, Attorney at Law, A Law Corporation is a highly-regarded personal injury law firm located in Hawaii that provides superior legal services to accident injury victims.  Attorney Roy J. Bell represents personal injury plaintiffs in a variety of matters, including complex cases involving serious and catastrophic injuries and wrongful death actions.  He provides each client with knowledgeable and experienced representation.   

Automobile Accident Law in Honolulu

Honolulu Accidents involving automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, and buses can cause devastating, traumatic injuries and possibly death.  Lawyer Roy J. Bell assists accident injury victims, who are harmed by the negligent or wrongful conduct of another party, in obtaining the full compensation they deserve.  For more information regarding Honolulu accident laws, please see the Auto Accidents page.

Honolulu Work Site Accidents

Particular industries are inherently dangerous or pose severe risks of harm to workers employed in those industries.  These industries include construction, oil, and law enforcement.  Employees who suffer injuries at work should contact an experienced Honolulu contruction attorney.  For more information regarding personal injury laws in Honolulu, please see the Work Site Accidents page.

Medical and Professional Negligence in Honolulu

Doctors, health care professionals, and other professionals, such as lawyers and accountants, have professional standards they must abide by when assisting individuals in their professional capacity.  Failure to meet these professional standards may result in physical and/or economic harm to patients or clients. Injured individuals should contact a Honolulu personal injury attorney immediately for advice and counsel.

Defective Products

Products that are poorly designed, manufactured, or inadequately labeled can cause numerous harmful injuries and even death to adults and children.  Product manufacturers and distributors have a responsibility to make sure their products are safe for public use.  An experienced personal injury attorney who handles products liability cases can initiate a claim on the injured person's behalf, so that injured persons obtain the compensation they are entitled.   

Insurance Bad Faith

Hawaii law generally prohibits insurance companies from wrongfully denying claims or unfairly delaying payment.  Claimants should be aware that they have recourse under the law if an insurance company engages in an act of insurance bad faith.

Premises Liability in Honolulu

Generally, Hawaii law imposes a duty on property owners and possessors of land to take steps to remove unreasonable risks of harm such as slip and fall accidents or to warn against such risks to individuals who use the premises or are on the premises.  If the owner or landlord breaches this duty, individuals who suffer injuries as a result of this breach may have a negligence claim against the responsible party.  For more information on negligence at a property, please see the Premises Liability page.  

Roy J. Bell III, Attorney at Law is dedicated to representing injured victims and the families of those who have lost a loved one with professionalism and integrity.  To learn how we can achieve a successful outcome to your specific accident or injury case, contact Roy J. Bell III, Attorney at Law, A Law Corporation today for a free initial consultation.  Call us at 808-533-1163 to speak with  a personal injury lawyer in Honolulu, or complete our quick contact web form to ask for your free initial consultation .




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Roy J. Bell, III Attorney at Law A Law Corporation is located in Honolulu, HI and serves clients in and around Wheeler Army Airfield, Honolulu County.

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