If you sustained injuries in an Apopka accident caused by someone else’s actions, they should be held liable for your injuries. Even if you were partially to blame or are unsure if you have a case, we strongly recommend seeking the advice of an Apopka personal injury attorney.
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we are dedicated to defending the rights of all accident victims. You should not have to suffer the consequences of another party’s actions. If you are facing medical bills, lost wages, or other damages after an accident, our team can help seek the compensation you deserve.
Call us now at 1 (800) 747-3733 for a free Apopka case evaluation. There is no obligation, and we can even come to you.
Types of Apopka Personal Injury Cases Our Firm Takes On
After an injury, you may be facing medical bills, doctor visits, and lost time at work. You may even find daily tasks to be a challenge. During this time, you should be focused on getting better, not worrying about how you will pay the bills.
Our team will take over the legal process and handle gathering evidence (police reports, witness statements, photos, and videos, etc.), filing paperwork, and even communication with third parties, like insurance companies. If you were hurt in any of the following types of accidents, let us help you pursue the compensation you deserve.
- Car accident
- Bus accident
- Public transportation injury
- Drunk driving accident
- Swimming pool injury
- Slip and fall accident
- Fallen object injury
- Construction site accident
- Defective product injury
- Premises liability
- Elevator or escalator injury
- Work-related accident
- Medical malpractice
No matter what type of injury you experienced, we can help you pursue the compensation you deserve. Even if you are not sure you have a case, call us. Our team will review your situation and explain your options. Call an Apopka personal injury lawyer at 1 (800) 747-3733 for assistance with your Apopka personal injury claim.
Determining Fault in an Apopka Personal Injury Case
In personal injury cases, the first step is often to determine who is at fault for your injuries. To establish who can be held liable for your damages, we look to prove the four aspects of fault:
- Did the party have a duty of care? To be held liable, the party must have had a responsibility to provide or create a relatively safe environment. For example, an Apopka driver has the duty not to create an unsafe environment for other drivers.
- Did the party breach that duty of care? If, for example, a driver was speeding, they breached the duty of care by creating an unsafe environment.
- Did the breach cause an accident? Speeding alone is not grounds for a personal injury case. However, if excessive speed caused an accident, they would meet this third factor.
- Did the accident cause damages? If an accident occurred, but did not result in injuries or property damage, a personal injury claim could not be filed.
Establishing fault is the duty of your Apopka personal injury attorney. While the examples above were cut and dry, this is not always the case. We may pursue damages from third parties, such as an employer who allowed a known reckless driver to take a position as a bus driver.
We suggest working with a personal injury team who can investigate every detail of your case to determine who is at fault. We may uncover other insurance policies or third parties who should be held liable for their negligence.
Damages You May Recover in Your Apopka Personal Injury Claim
After an Apopka injury, you may be facing medical bills and missing time at work. You may even be unsure of how you will get to work due to a damaged vehicle. Our goal is to make you whole again. To get your life back on track, we will pursue all possible damages, including those listed below:
You may be eligible to recover the cost of any medical care you received as a result of your injury. Medical losses can include ambulance bills, hospitalization costs, medication, surgery, follow-up doctor visits, physical therapy, and long-term care.
Lost pay can make an already difficult time even worse. You may be able to recover lost pay caused by missing days at work due to doctor’s appointments, injuries, or other causes related to the accident.
If your personal property was damaged or destroyed in your Apopka accident, you may recover the cost to repair or replace those items. For example, your losses might include the cost to repair your vehicle and replace eyeglasses, a smartphone, and a tablet.
Pain and Suffering Losses
You may also recover compensation due to the pain, inconvenience, and mental anguish you faced as a result of the accident.
Call an Apopka personal injury lawyer today to understand the damages you may be able to recover.
Contact a Dedicated Apopka Personal Injury Lawyer Now
If you sustained injuries in an Apopka personal injury accident, you have a limited amount of time to seek damages under Florida law. We strongly recommend seeking the guidance of a dedicated personal injury attorney who can review your injury and recommend your best course of action.
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, our team is committed to providing communicative, responsive legal care. When you choose us, you get access to a team of legal professionals who care about you and are devoted to recovering the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
Contact us today at 1 (800) 747-3733 for a no-obligation Apopka personal injury claim review. You worry about getting better and leave the rest to us.