Compassionate Representation After An Accident

When you have been injured due to the negligence of another person, it can be difficult to know where to turn. The medical bills, lost wages and other costs can be a source of financial and emotional strain. Recovery can be physically taxing. Insurance companies may place additional obstacles before you as you try to get the support you need, and it can feel like you have no way to move forward.

When you work with South Florida Trial Lawyers, A Private Law Firm, you don’t have to face these challenges alone. Our firm has served the people of South Florida for more than two decades, and our attorneys will bring their legal skill and compassion to your case. We can help you explore the options available to you, defend your interests in or out of the courtroom, and ensure that your rights are protected.

Defending You After You Have Suffered An Injury

The negligence of another person can result in a wide variety of injuries, and depending on the type of accident they can range from challenging to catastrophic. These injuries include:

  • Whiplash
  • Burns
  • Broken bones
  • Crush injuries
  • Head trauma
  • Spinal injuries
  • Wrongful death

Some of the most common causes of injuries are motor vehicle accidents. These injuries often become more severe if those crashes involve semi trucks or if those injured were pedestrians, bicyclists or motorcyclists. In the aftermath of these accidents, you may find yourself without a vehicle, unable to work or with extensive physical therapy needs.

Another common cause of injuries is unsafe properties. Poorly maintained staircases and sidewalks, unmarked wet floors and other hazards can all place you at risk of a severe fall. However, with an experienced attorney’s help, you can hold property owners accountable and get the medical and financial help you need.

Finally, many people are badly injured when they are the victims of a crime like sexual assault. Besides the trauma of the crime, the physical harm the criminal caused can be painful and disabling. Remember, even if the person who injured you is not convicted of a crime, it is frequently still possible to be awarded financial compensation in civil court.

Contact Us To Schedule A No-Cost Consultation

To get the help you need after your injury, call 954-900-9580 or contact us online for a free consultation. We take all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay nothing unless we are successful.