Broward County, FL Personal Injury Lawyer

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    “Personal injury” law is a wide field of law dealing with any kinds of injuries.  Many different kinds of common accidents like car accidents or slip and fall accidents fall under this category.  While getting compensation through insurance might seem simple enough in many cases, insurance companies and defendants – especially large companies – often seek to shut down cases and pay as little as they can to accident victims.

    If you were hurt in an accident and need help with medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, or other expenses, call a lawyer immediately.  With the help of an experienced Broward County, FL personal injury lawyer, you can get a better understanding of what your case is worth and how to proceed toward getting the compensation you deserve.

    For a free case evaluation, call The Carrion Law Firm’s Broward County personal injury attorneys today.  Contact us at (954) 951-4828 for a free case evaluation.

    Types of Personal Injury Cases Our Lawyers Handle in Broward County

    As mentioned, personal injury cases involve a wide range of potential accidents and injuries.  In any case where you are injured because of someone else’s actions or inaction, our Broward County personal injury attorneys may be able to help you get the compensation you need.  The following are some of the more common types of cases our lawyers handle:

    Car Accidents

    Car crashes are one of the most common causes of injury that people experience.  Almost everyone who drives or rides in a car regularly will be in a car accident eventually, but the injuries can vary greatly.  Most accidents involve no injuries at all, but for millions of Floridians, crashes have led to serious injuries – potentially even life-altering injuries – that need substantial financial compensation.

    Slip and Falls

    Slip and fall accidents are another of the most common ways people get injured.  While most slip and falls do not leave serious injuries, back, neck, and head injuries can be surprisingly common, as can broken bones.  If you suffered serious injuries in a fall on someone else’s property, our attorneys may be able to help you get compensation from the property owner or their insurance company.

    Other Premises Liability Injuries

    Slip and falls are one area of “premises liability” cases – that is, cases involving some dangerous or defective condition on someone else’s property.  The following are other examples of some of the property injury cases our attorneys can help with:

    • Trip and fall cases
    • Drowning
    • Electrocution
    • Fires and burns
    • Building collapses

    Construction Accidents

    Accidents on construction sites are unfortunately common.  Injured construction workers or people just passing by or near the construction site can be injured by falling debris, explosions, and other serious accidents.  Workers can also be injured because of defective safety gear, power tool accidents, vehicle accidents, and more.  Our Broward County personal injury lawyers can help them determine the best path to compensation.

    Other Workplace Injury Cases

    Accidents in other workplaces can similarly leave victims with serious injuries.  Many workplace injury cases need to be filed through Workers’ Compensation, but the damages might be limited through that system.  However, the law usually allows you to sue for intentional violence in the workplace or accidents involving third-party defendants, such as vehicle accidents or dangerous equipment cases.

    Defective and Dangerous Product Injuries

    If you were hurt because of a defect in the manufacturing or design of a product, our Broward County personal injury lawyers may be able to help you hold the manufacturer responsible.  Even if the product was inherently somewhat dangerous – like a blender or lawnmower – missing or ineffective warning labels could be responsible for your injuries.  Talk to an attorney for more details about how to pursue these cases, especially in cases dealing with dangerous or contaminated medication or defective auto parts.

    Medical Malpractice

    When you undergo treatment, you expect to get better, not worse.  However, doctors and other health care professionals who commit errors and mistakes when it comes to diagnosis, treatment, surgery, prescription medication, or other areas of treatment, you could face injuries.  Negligent care providers can be held liable for their mistakes in medical malpractice cases.

    Filing a Personal Injury Case in Broward County, FL

    When pursuing a personal injury case, you often have the option of filing through insurance or filing your lawsuit in court.  In some cases, such as with no-fault car insurance or Workers’ Compensation for workplace injuries, the law might require you to go through insurance.  Even in these situations, there may be other grounds to sue instead.  Whenever the option of filing a lawsuit is available, it may be better for your case to pursue compensation that way.

    When an insurance company decides your case, it is up to the insurance company and their adjusters to determine what your case is worth and whether their customer is even at fault in the first place.  In some cases, they may deny your claim despite overwhelming evidence.  They also use many tactics to lower payouts and avoid certain damages.

    With the help of an experienced Broward County personal injury lawyer, you can file your claim in court instead.  When you go to court, a neutral jury or judge determines who is at fault and what your case is worth instead of a biased insurance representative.  Your lawyer can also help you negotiate for a better settlement, potentially ending the case before it gets to trial anyway.

    Call Our Broward County Injury Attorneys for Help with Your Case

    For help filing a personal injury lawsuit or getting compensation through an insurance claim, call our Broward County personal injury attorneys today at (954) 951-4828.  At The Carrion Law Firm, we offer free case evaluations.