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Broward County Personal Injury Attorney

Broward County Personal Injury Attorney

Sustaining an injury due to another’s carelessness or recklessness is a frustrating and painful experience; yet, accidents can happen at any time of day in any location, and if this has recently happened to you, you can depend on an experienced Broward County personal injury attorney here at The Finizio Law Group, P.A.to fight for you. Contact us today so you can tell us your story and we can get started.

Broward County Personal Injury Attorney | Here to Help You

After a serious accident, injured parties and their families often have many questions. Those who are injured are most often concerned about their ability to return to work and maintain their standard of living. They often present several questions regarding their ability to pay for medical bills and their ability to recover for lost wages, if their injuries occurred on the job.

Families, on the other hand, may be more concerned with their loved one’s recovery and overall well-being, in addition to financial concerns. Will my loved one make a full recovery? Will he or she be able to do so without resorting to a mountain of unforeseen debt? A compassionate Broward County personal injury attorney in Florida can see to it that your rights are protected during this difficult time.

Our Legal Services

Our compassionate and dedicated legal team handles a wide array of injury claims, including the following:

Filing Your Claim

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you should speak with an experienced Broward County personal injury attorney as soon as you can. Our firm can use various forms of evidence, including pictures of the accident or the unsafe conditions that caused your accident, a copy of the police report filed at the scene, medical documents/bills associated with your injury, witness testimony, and more to prove your claim. As long as we can prove that you were injured as a direct result of another party’s negligence, we should receive the compensation you deserve and need to heal.

Recovering Compensation

When someone wins a personal injury claim, they should be eligible to receive compensation for any economic and non-economic damages they’ve sustained. Economic damages deal with the financial cost of an injury, including lost wages from being unable to return to work, as well as surgeries, overnight stays in a hospital, and other types of medical care they may have received to treat their injury. Non-economic damages involve harm done to a person that is non-monetary, such as emotional trauma, disfigurement, the loss of enjoyment of life, pain and suffering, and more. Our firm is on your side, and we will do everything in our power to cover the full compensation to which you are entitled.

Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims in Florida

The statute of limitations is the timeframe in which injured parties have to take legal action against the party who hurt them. The statute of limitations for most personal injury claims in Florida is four years. This means that if you wait longer than four years from the date of your accident to sue, you will most likely permanently lose your right to take legal action. Keep in mind that the sooner you reach out to our firm, the better. The longer we wait to sue, the more challenging it can be to win your claim. Witnesses may be harder to track down, it can become more difficult to prove that your injury was a direct result of the accident, and more. Our firm is prepared to begin the claims process on your behalf today.

Florida Personal Injury Attorney Stands Up for Victims

When you are hurt because of someone’s negligence, you deserve compensation for unexpected medical bills and your overall pain and suffering. Whether you have suffered a work-related injury, an injury from a car accident, or have been injured from a slip and fall accident, you can benefit from working with a Broward County personal injury attorney to uphold your interests during the claims process.

You may consider working directly with insurance companies on your own; however, insurance companies have entire teams of claims adjusters and lawyers dedicated to finding errors in your claim. To make the most out of an unfortunate situation, you should have an attorney on your side who understands the steps they will take to fight your claim. An attorney will ensure your rights and interests are protected every step of the way. Our Broward County personal injury lawyers have extensive experience handling personal injury claims in Florida and will know the best approach to deal with insurance adjusters in order to get you the settlement you deserve to cover your medical expenses, lost wages, and more.

Contact a Broward County Personal Injury Attorney

State and federal laws protect victims who suffer at the hands of someone’s negligence. Having a thorough understanding of these laws helps us maximize your settlement award. At The Finizio Law Group, P.A., we believe that health comes first. Not one person should be concerned about his/her financial state or the status of his/her employment when he/she is recovering from a devastating accident. Our compassionate personal injury attorneys are dedicated to fighting for every dollar you are entitled to by law. We proudly serve clients in Broward County and throughout Florida, including in Fort LauderdalePembroke PinesHollywoodMiramarCoral SpringsPompano BeachSunrisePalm Beach CountyCollier County, and Hendry County. Contact us online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.

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