Attorneys For Auto Accidents
Motor vehicle accidents are one of the most common causes of injury, but a virtually limitless list of accidents can cause serious injury due to the result of the negligent behavior of others. Whether you suffer injury on or off the job, the accident lawyers at All Injuries Law Firm, P.A. have the specialized knowledge of Florida law and the resources needed to help you seek just compensation for the expenses related to your injuries.
Proving liability requires our special skills and resources
Florida laws on personal injury have many complexities that virtually require individuals injured anywhere in the state to seek the counsel of an experienced accident attorney before pursuing compensation.
First, contributory negligence law may permit accident victims to recover a portion of damages even if they share a some percentage of fault for the accident. But the comparative negligence concept may require victims to take separate legal action against each individual who was negligent based on the proportion of fault.
All Injuries Law Firm, P.A. begins by working with you to develop the details needed to identify all liable parties — and the degree to which each party shares negligence for the accident. For complex situations, we also maintain a network of skilled investigators who can help develop an effective case and serve as witnesses in the event the case must go to court. Our attention to detail has earned us a history of successful case results for our clients.
Our accident lawyers help individuals in Port Charlotte explore all legal options
Just as each accidental injury situation is unique, accident victims face important decisions when choosing between several legal options. Each accident lawyer at All Injuries Law Firm, P.A. thoroughly assesses your case before presenting the legal options suitable for your specific situation. In your free initial consultation, we take the time to explain the advantages and disadvantages of each option so you can make an informed decision on how to proceed, whether to file an insurance claim, negotiate an out-of-court settlement or even file a lawsuit.
When accidents occur
When accidents occur the damages can be extensive. For extremely serious injuries, the victim may suffer debilitating impairment of his or her ability to function physically or mentally. The inevitable financial losses can include the following:
- Wages and other work-based income
- Medical expenses
- Hospital and surgical expenses
- Physical and psychological therapy costs
- Medical equipment
- Nursing care
Information on the practice of personal injury in Port Charlotte, Sarasota, and Fort Myers, Florida
The area of legal practice known as personal injury is devoted to seeking and obtaining reimbursement, income and other financial recovery from the responsible party so that victims can meet their medical expenses and cover financial losses resulting from their serious injury. This is one of the primary areas of practice at the All Injuries Law Firm P.A., led by Brian O. Sutter, a personal injury attorney with more than 25 years of experience in all aspects of Florida injury law.
The ability to seek financial recovery depends primarily upon proving that another person, other people or a company caused the accident by virtue of their recklessness or carelessness. In most personal injury cases it is possible to identify another party or entity whose negligence caused the injury or events leading to the injury.
Understanding the types of accidents that result in law suits
Many different accidents and circumstances can warrant exploring a claim seeking compensation. Some common accidents include:
- 2Personal injury: an injury to the physical body or mental well-being of a person due to an accident or the intentional conduct of another person, other people or a company
- 3Accidental death: a death caused by unexpected or unintended causes and completely unanticipated by everyone involved
- 4Wrongful death: a death caused by the reckless, careless, or negligent conduct of another
Consult a qualified accident law firm to understand the full impact an accident injury can have
Only a qualified accident lawyer, such as Attorney Brian O. Sutter, can advise you of how Florida personal injury and wrongful death laws apply to accidents and your particular injuries.
It is essential to keep in mind that the law sets time limits called statutes of limitation, by which a personal injury lawsuit must be filed. Since you may no longer pursue your claim once the statute of limitations expires, it does not pay to hesitate before taking action and seeking representation by an accident law firm, such as the All Injuries Law Firm, P.A.