ARTICLES: FLORIDA PERSONAL INJURY LAW FACTS
At O’Toole Law Firm, we have the experience and track record necessary to assist you in getting deserved compensation for your injuries. Your protection is important and an experienced attorney can just do that for you. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients and will aggressively fight to get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Most of the personal injuries are caused by negligence of somebody or the other. In a personal injury claim, you are entitled to make your claims, including all economic damages, past and future medical expenses and lost wages. Your pain and suffering can be recovered under the non-economic damages section. We can also help your spouse reclaim damages. This is called claim of loss of consortium within the state of Florida.
Few ways in which O’Toole Law Firm can help
A good personal injury attorney is important for winning any case as he will have a better objectivity of your case, when you could actually be tempted to take some rash decisions and lose your cool. We can provide you with an alternative dispute resolution, thereby saving you a lot of time, money and emotional energy. With experience on our side, we are best suited to defending your case. Remember that an attorney can get you the best settlements.
Areas of our personal injury expertise include the following
- Medical Malpractice, which includes usage of unsafe drugs, wrong diagnosis and surgical errors.
- Nursing home abuse and neglect: this includes unexplained injury and death, pressure sores and malnutrition.
- Truck, car and motorcycle accidents: all kinds of vehicular accidents are included under this category.
- Pharmaceutical Drug injuries: If defective drugs, which are supposed to be unauthorized, are punishable under this category.
To help us win your case, it is important to give us some important details of the incident. Note down all details regarding the occurrence of the injury and include names, addresses, numbers, witnesses and all possible information you can gather. Don’t make or write any statements without speaking to us first. Safe guard any evidence you may come across, to prove your injury. In order to make an injury claim, we must prove the other person guilty of negligence resulting in personal injuries. If your carelessness is proved then the compensation amount is reduced in proportion to your carelessness. This rule is stated under the Florida comparative negligence law. The Florida’s joint and several liability rule places legal responsibility of paying for the damages incurred by you. If the condition arises that you have been injured using a consumer product, then according to the “strict liability” legal theory, the product can be held responsible and you need to pass on all information to prove that point.