Personal Injury With A Personal Commitment
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My personal commitment as your personal injury attorney is that I will treat your case as if it was my own. At Redondo Law, P.A., client service and satisfaction is the most important priority in every case.
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Miami personal injury attorney.
In the immediate aftermath of being injured as a result of someone else’s carelessness or negligence, you probably have many questions. This time can be difficult enough to manage on your own without having to also deal with aggressive insurance companies or the party responsible for causing your injury.
When it comes to ensuring that you are treated fairly and made whole for the losses you have suffered, you deserve to have a dedicated advocate fighting on your behalf.
Redondo Law, P.A. steps in to act on your behalf and shoulders all of the burdens associated with obtaining the justice you deserve. The first step in assisting you with your personal injury claim is a no cost, zero obligation consultation to learn about your rights and options.
Should you decide to hire Redondo Law, P.A., I will work with you to simplify the process and keep you informed about the status of your personal injury case from start to finish. Whether it is negotiating with an insurance company, the party responsible for your injury, or even filing a lawsuit and taking your case to trial, I stand ready to effectively advocate on your behalf to make sure you receive the justice you deserve.
Types of personal injury cases Redondo Law, P.A. handles.
- Auto Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Catastrphic Injuries
- Truck Accidents
- Concussion Injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Slip & Fall Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Medical Negligence
- Premises Liability
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Work-Related Injuries
- Product Liability
Do you have a valid personal injury claim?
To recover in Florida for a personal injury claim, you will need to prove three things: (1) you suffered an injury, (2) someone else is responsible for your injuries, and (3) there is access to financial recovery through insurance or personal assets of the party responsible for your injuries.
Redondo Law, P.A. handles any type of personal injury claim, including auto accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall accidents, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, boating accidents, medical malpractice and wrongful death claims.
Unfortunately, accidents are common in Miami. Get the compensation you deserve when you or a loved one is injured due to someone else’s negligence. Call Redondo Law, P.A. to learn about your legal rights to recovery.
What can you recover from a personal injury lawsuit?
Before filing a personal injury claim in Miami, you should determine the types of damages you owed by law. A Miami personal injury attorney can help you determine the monetary value of all the damages that you are due under law.
The first type of damages that a personal injury attorney will help you calculate are economic damages. Economic damages represent the financial value of your losses, either through property damage or injury. This might include compensation for costs such as lost wages, medical bills, property loss and other associated costs.
You may also be eligible to claim non-economic damages for things such as pain and suffering, emotional trauma and loss of enjoyment for life. These can sometimes be more difficult to calculate. A personal injury lawyer will help you determine the value of non-economic damages.
Who can I recover damages from?
Who you recover damages from in a personal injury lawsuit depends on the facts of your case. In auto accidents, for example, you can recover damages from the insurance provider or personal assets of the driver responsible for your injuries. In truck accidents, you may also be able to recover damages from multiple parties, such as the truck company, the employer of the truck driver and in some cases the manufacturer of the truck. Other personal injury cases, such as slip and fall accidents, dog bites and injuries caused by a defective product, will all point to different recovery sources.
Whatever the case may be, the parties responsible for your injuries should be held accountable so that you can recover from your losses. Miami personal injury law firm Redondo Law, P.A. can help you uncover all potential sources of recovery and take necessary actions to preserve your rights to compensation after an accident.
Do I need a personal injury attorney?
After being injured, the most important thing for you to do is focus on your health and getting better. The problem is that the party responsible for your injuries may try and pressure you to give up important rights relating to your personal injury claim before you have had a chance to process what has happened. In fact, you may be contacted by a representative of the at fault party by phone within days, and sometimes hours, of an injury occurring.
Insurance companies and large corporations have lawyers and staff working around the clock to make sure their interests are protected, and you should too. Regardless of whether you ultimately decide to hire a personal injury attorney to represent you, I strongly recommend that you consult an attorney before making any decisions about your claim; especially before signing any documents that may affect your rights.
There are often deadlines associated with filing your personal injury claim known as a statute of limitations, so it is important to immediate action after an accident. Hiring a personal injury attorney can help you collect accident reports, medical documents, witness statements and any other evidence you need to determine the value of your case and who is ultimately responsible for your injuries.
Redondo Law, P.A. is available to answer any questions you may have. Call and schedule your consultation today (786) 385-7810.