Working To Maximize Your Personal Injury Compensation
When an accident or serious injury occurs, you may feel overwhelmed by the medical expenses and other losses you have suffered. It is important to know that you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other expenses. Working with an experienced lawyer will make the personal injury claim process easier and ensure that your rights are protected.
With compensation from a personal injury suit, you can pay medical bills, cover lost wages and receive damages for pain and suffering. We can help manage the medical costs you incur from the accident. Our experienced attorneys know how to monitor medical costs to maximize compensation for your injury based on available insurance coverage.
At The Accident Law Group, P.A., in Miami, our personal injury attorneys handle many types of injury cases, including:
- Personal and work car accidents
- Truck and commercial vehicle accidents
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Public and commercial bus accidents
- Airport accidents
- Accidents on rental property and commercial property
- Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
- Dog bites and the associated long-term scarring, nerve damage and risks of infection
Many of the personal injury cases we handle are actually work accident cases such as construction site accidents. In these cases, people often think that workers’ compensation is their only source of recovery. However, if the accident was the result of negligence on the part of someone other than an employer, a personal injury claim may also be filed. These are referred to as third-party claims, because they target a third party other than the employer.
What Type Of Injury Did You Suffer?
Our lawyers handle cases involving life-changing injuries of all types, including:
- Injuries to the back and spinal cord
- Neck injuries
- Head injuries
- Leg injuries
- Arm injuries
We also file wrongful death claims on behalf of those who have lost loved ones.
All personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means you are only required to pay if we are successful in getting you compensation.