Car, Bike, Motorcycle, Pedestrian and Trucking Accidents
Being involved in a traffic accident can be a life-changing experience. Depending on the severity of the accident, you may deal with serious injuries, chronic pain and lifelong disability. You may also be facing insurmountable medical bills, lost wages and more as a result of the accident. In the worst cases, a traffic accident may even lead to the death of a loved one. Regardless of the circumstances, you can improve your situation and regain control over your life by filing a lawsuit against the party responsible for your accident.
Medical malpractice can occur in a nursing home, in a hospital or directly from one physician or other health care professional. It can result in further injury, death and additional medical expenses. While the health care industry focuses on quality care, mistakes are sometimes made. But proving a medical mistake occurred is a tough task. You'll need an experienced medical malpractice attorney like Dallas Robinson to evaluate the credibility of your case and to take steps to go forward. He's won substantial awards for others and can help you too. Using the right attorney can mean the difference between compensation for your injuries or walking away empty handed.
When you or a loved one is injured on someone else’s property, put a real litigator who has obtained great verdicts and settlements for personal injury clients. In Boca Raton, FL, that legal professional can be found at the law office of Robinson Trial Lawyers.
Florida businesses are required to have workers' compensation insurance. Worker's comp provides financial help to people unable to work due to their injuries. Depending on the severity of the injury and the length of time that a victim will be unable to work, workers' compensation benefits provide various degrees of assistance.
For those who have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligent act or deliberate act, there are remedies available under Florida’s Wrongful Death Act. This allows certain parties including spouses, parents and dependent children to seek civil remedies to alleviate the financial burden of the loss. While no money will ever replace the presence of a loved one, the compensation can help you avoid an additional financial burden.