Personal Injury Attorney in Daytona Beach
Have you suffered an injury in Daytona Beach that was the result of someone else’s negligence or malicious acts? Are you dealing with medical bills, mounting debt, and are unable to return to work because of your injuries? Contact the legal team at Abercrombie P.A. as soon as possible for a free initial consultation about filing a personal injury lawsuit. During your initial consultation, you will be able to speak with a legal professional who will help you understand your rights for a personal injury lawsuit after hearing about your accident and resulting injuries. Your injuries are the result of another party’s actions, and you should not be shouldered with the financial burden of the repercussions. We will work with you to develop a strong case for your situation, and fight for the compensation you are entitled to.
Read below about some common personal injuries that are brought to lawsuits, as well as some general factors that go into determining the amount of a lawsuit. These may not resemble your injury or accident, but this is simply an overview of personal injury law in Daytona Beach.
Common Personal Injuries
There is any number of situations that can lead to an injury as a result of someone else’s irresponsibility. Below are a few that Abercrombie P.A. deals with often, but we will be able to help you build a case no matter what your circumstances are.
When you are in an accident on a motorcycle, there is a higher risk of injuries than if you were in a car, simply because of the lack of protection. In addition, motorcycles take up less space and can be lost in blind spots much easier than a car or larger vehicle. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident in Daytona Beach, contact us today to begin discussing your case. We will work to identify all damages you are rightfully owed, and fight to be sure you are compensated for your injuries.
Hit By Car as a Pedestrian
If you have been hit by a car, then you should speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. This type of accident can cause significant injuries, and we will work with you to build a case that addresses every detail of your situation and factors in all possible damages to be recovered.
Slip and Fall
A slip and fall is an extremely common injury in Florida, and a common personal injury lawsuit in the Florida court system. If you are injured as a result of a property manager or owner’s negligence or unwillingness to address a hazard, then you may be able to seek damages. It is up to the victim to prove that the hazard was known to the owner or manager, and should have been rectified before you were hurt. We will work with you to collect all necessary evidence to prove your case and recover your damages.
There are many other ways that you can be injured in a way that will allow you to file a personal injury lawsuit. Contact us today to discuss the details of your situation, and learn about how we would move forward with your case.
How Much Money Can I Get For My Injuries?
Like the way you can be injured, there are many different ways that you can collect monetary damages for your injuries. Each of these factors will have their own value attached to them, which will vary greatly from case to case. Below is a small sample of economic and non-economic items we will consider when building your case and determining the amount you are rightfully owed.
Medical bills are one of the first factors we will look at when building your case. This not only includes and medical expenses you have incurred up to now, but will also factor in any possible future expenses if you have not yet fully recovered. We want to be sure that our clients are fully compensated for their injuries, including the changes in their future lives or finances.
In addition to medical bills, we will establish the amount of money you have been unable to earn since your injury. This will include time spent in recovery, or when you were too disabled to do your work. In addition, we will consider any possible future lost wages, and in some cases, the inability to earn as much in the future as a result of the injuries.
Pain and Suffering
One common example of a non-economic factor that is considered in the final amount we seek is the pain and suffering you have been subjected to following your injury. While this does not have receipts like a medical bill or a simple calculation to determine your lost wages, this is a very important part of a personal injury suit. Your pain may be constant and pervasive in your life, and while money will not cure the pain, you do not deserve having to deal with it without any sort of financial assistance.
There are many other economic and non-economic factors that will go into determining the amount we find to be fair and reasonable for you to pursue throughout your case. As we begin working together, we will compile all relevant details to your case so we can present a complete argument for the amount we believe you are owed.
Contact Abercrombie P.A. Today
Begin the process of getting the money you deserve today, with a free initial consultation from Abercrombie P.A. in Daytona Beach. We will work with you to seek financial compensation for your injuries, so you can worry less about money and focus more on recovering from your injuries and resuming your life.