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Personal Injury

 


Auto Accidents


If you were involved in an automobile accident and you were
injured you may be entitled to $10,000 in benefits
regardless of fault, If you believe your injuries were caused
as a result of another's fault, you may also be entitled
recover damages for personal injuries, pain and suffering,
lost income, out-of-pocket expenses, physical impairment.
scarring, and inconvenience.


There is a Statute of limitations in Florida, meaning that if you
were to file suit, you would need to do so within a limited time
from the date of the accident or you could be forever be
barred from bringing a cause of action.


If you have been injured in an automobile accident you may
have a personal injury case. Contact our office to schedule a
consultation.


Slip and Fall

Slip and Fall is a common term used to describe the law of
Premises Liability in connection with slips, trips or falls on the
real property of another.


Property owners and those who lease real property (whether
as individual or business) have the legal duty to maintain the
property in a way that makes it safe for visitors. Premises
Liability arises when injuries are caused by a dangerous
condition or careless maintenance on the part of the property
owner or the person who is leasing the real property.
Examples of dangerous conditions include but are not limited
to, uneven, damaged or cracked floors, slippery surfaces,
untcleaned spills, defective sidewalks or steps, and unmarked
changes in elevation.


In a Premises Liability case, the Plaintiff needs to prove one
of the following three(3) things! that the Defendant created
the dangerous condition that caused the injury: that the
Defendant knew about the dangerous condition and failed to
take steps to prevent it: or that the condition existed for a
long enough time that the Defendant should have known
about it. Even if unaware of the dangerous condition, the
Defendant can still be liable for any injury that occurs on the
property (unless the victim was trespassing). The damages
you may recover in a Premises Liability case include, but is
not limited to, medical expense, lost wages, and pain and
suffering.


There is a Statute of limitations in Florida, meaning that if you
were to file suit, you would need to do so within a limited time
from the date of the accident or you could be forever barred
from bringing a cause of action.


If you have been injured on another person's property as a
result of a dangerous condition, careless maintenance, or
wrongdoing. you may have a Premises Liability case. Contact
our office to schedule a consultation.


Medical Malpractice:


In the same sense that ordinary negligence arises from doing
or failing to do something that a person of ordinary prudence
would or would not do under the same or similar
circumstances, medical malpractice arises when a health
care professional does or fails to do something that a
reasonably prudent health care professional in that field
would or would not do under the same or similar
circumstances. In medical malpractice cases the plaintiff's
lawyer must establish through expert testimony that the
defendant breached or failed to adhere to the standard of
care required of professionals in the field of the defendant.


Florida medical malpractice law is complex and you should
not attempt to handle your claim alone. The law contains
specific requirements, including a written notice to all
potential defendants and good faith investigation which must
be complied with before a lawsuit may be filed. The statute
of limitations is two (2) years, meaning that you would need
to comply with the pre-suit notice requirement within two (2)
years from the date of the incident that gave rise to the
action or you could be forever barred from bringing a cause
of action. There are numerous other factors that must be
considered by a medical malpractice lawyer and which could
have an impact on the amount of time a plaintiff has to bring
action.


If you have been injured as a result of a medical procedure,
you may have a Medical Malpractice claim. Contact our office
to schedule a consultation.

 

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