Victims of traumatic brain injuries may have multiple routes to financial recovery. A St. Petersburg traumatic brain injury lawyer from our firm will fight for any awards you may be entitled to. You may receive coverage for your medical care, professional losses, and other forms of harm.
The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine can lead your case when you suffer a traumatic brain injury in St. Petersburg. We provide responsive legal care, going the extra mile for a positive outcome.
Our Clients Do Not Pay Out of Their Pocket
Our firm does not accept up-front or out-of-pocket payments from you. We work on a contingency fee basis. This means that we don’t get paid unless we win your case.
We make clear what percentage of your winnings we receive before you become our client. If we do not win your case, then you do not pay us anything.
As The Florida Bar explains, contingency fees:
- Cover critical aspects of your case, such as research and investigation
- Accounts for the substantial time that we put into your case
- Prevent you from facing unexpected or uncertain charges for our services
Winnings You May Collect from Your Case
As your lawyer, we want to help you financially recover. This means recovering compensation for the effects of your traumatic brain injury or a loved one’s injury.
The losses you may collect will depend on:
- The type of brain injury
- The severity of the brain injury
- The liability for the injury
- Other factors specific to your case
We can conduct a thorough investigation to identify and calculate your losses, and we will account for all of your damages when negotiating for a settlement.
Recoverable Losses from a Non-Fatal Brain Injury
Non-fatal brain injuries can still cause extensive losses. You or a loved one may suffer the following damages:
- Permanent loss of physical function
- Permanent loss of cognitive function
- Loss of personal and professional opportunities
- The cost of long-term or lifelong medical care
- The cost of a part-time or full-time caregiver
- The cost to retrofit your home and vehicle for your disability
- Complete or partial loss of earning power
- Pain and suffering
Recoverable Losses from a Fatal Brain Injury
If you lost a loved one from a brain injury, you may collect coverage for:
- Your pain and suffering
- The loss of companionship for a surviving spouse
- The loss of guidance and instruction for surviving children
- The loss of intangible benefits provided by the deceased
- The loss of financial income and protection
- Funeral costs
- Medical costs
- Property damage costs where applicable
We can pursue awards to cover your financial costs following the loss of your loved one. Allow us to assign a lawyer who handles traumatic brain injury cases to take on your case. The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine wants you to worry about getting better. We take care of everything else.
We Do Everything Necessary to CompleteYour Case
We take a personal, full-service approach to every client’s case. Following initial meetings to gather information, we can handle the rest of your case.
We can identify liable parties based on the standard of negligence. Someone’s negligence may have caused your brain injury or your loved one’s brain injury if:
- That person owed you a duty of care
- That person violated their duty of care by acting unreasonably
- That person’s breach of duty of care contributed to the injury-causing event
- By extension, the person has caused your injury-related losses
This standard applies to many circumstances. We can determine who is responsible for a brain injury in cases ranging from medical malpractice to car accidents. Once we establish liability, we can pursue compensation from the liable parties.
How We Can Fight for Your Compensation
We seek compensation differently for every client. We handle insurance claims, personal injury lawsuits, and wrongful death lawsuits. Each client’s case requires an individualized approach.
We will review the facts of your case to determine the most appropriate approach. Some of the responsibilities we take on are:
- Identifying all liable parties
- Determining all of your losses
- Projecting future losses
- Determining how much each party may owe you
- Filing a lawsuit, insurance claim, or combination of actions on your behalf
- Gathering evidence and documentation of your losses
- Completing your case through a financial settlement or trial
We sometimes rely on outside experts to help with your case. These experts may provide testimony to support your case. They may reconstruct an accident, or they can assist in other ways.
We will do what it takes to present the strongest case that we can for you.
You Get Better While We Handle the Rest
When you hire our firm, we can handle every part of your case. You can focus on your health and recovery while we run your lawsuit or insurance claim.
We understand statutes and laws affecting brain injury cases. This includes the statutes of limitations for such cases. Florida Statute § 95.11(3)(a) states that you generally have four years to bring a personal injury lawsuit from the date of your injury. Florida Statute § 95.11(4)(d) generally provides two years for you to file a wrongful death suit.
There are exceptions to these statutes, so you should contact our team regardless of your circumstances as soon as you can.
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine Today
A St. Petersburg traumatic brain injury lawyer from our firm can help you fight for compensation in the case of a traumatic brain injury or a resulting wrongful death.
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today at 1-800-747-3733 for your free case evaluation.
We Can Help.