Sustaining an injury can affect your life in many different ways. After you are injured, you may incur significant medical expenses, be unable to work and experience pain and frustration on a daily basis. You may also experience mental anguish and emotional trauma as a result of the incident. When you know that your injuries occurred because of the negligence of another party, the situation becomes even worse. However, if you were injured because of someone’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.
About Personal Injury Cases
If you have been injured because of an individual or organization’s negligent actions, you may be able to file an insurance claim against the responsible party. You may be entitled to recover damages for:
- Medical bills incurred as a result of the injury
- Anticipated future medical costs
- Lost wages
- Property damage associated with the incident
- Pain, suffering and emotional trauma
Examples of incidents that often lead to personal injury lawsuits include:
Auto Accidents – Including car accidents, motorcycle accidents and semi tractor-trailer accidents.
Premises Liability – Including slips and falls
Do I Need an Attorney?
It is possible to file a personal injury claim without the help of an attorney. However, the process can be complicated, it is best to have a qualified Florida personal injury attorney on your side to help you through the process. Attorneys with experience in the Personal Injury practice area, like attorneys Darla K. Snead and Michael H. Dulin will be able to review the specifics of your case and explain your options for pursuing your claim under Florida law. An experienced attorney will also be able to help you to make the best decisions moving forward.
When you decide to file a claim with the insurance company for your injuries, your attorney will help you build the strongest possible case. The attorneys at Darla K. Snead, P.L. will also be beside you as you present your evidence and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Contact Darla K. Snead, P.L.
Don’t allow the person who caused your injuries avoid responsibility for your injuries and damages. Although no amount of money will make up for what you have been through, the appropriate compensation will make it easier for you to move on with your life. If you have been injured, contact the Lakeland, FL, injury attorneys at Darla K. Snead, P.L. today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your options.