Bacchus Law Firm - Personal Injury Division

Personal injury cases in Florida are typically broken up into four types of claims: negligence, intentional torts, strict liability, and products liability cases. The most common types are negligence claims. Negligence claims are based on the “reasonable person standard,” which presumes that individuals will act with reasonable care and due diligence.

Injuries due to the negligence or intentional acts of another party can have enormous consequences on those who suffer from such injuries. Time to take care of injuries caused by negligence can mean extensive medical bills and excessive time off of work to recover. If injuries are so serious that death is the result, then individuals have to deal with the loss of a friend or a family member.

The attorneys at Bacchus Law Firm are skilled and dedicated litigators who will fight in courtrooms throughout the Greater Miami-metropolitan area, to get their clients the compensation that they deserve.

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Victims may sustain very serious injuries depending on the nature and severity of the accident or action. In cases where the victim has been subject to injuries such as amputations, paralysis, or traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), the time away from work, home, or family can be extensive. These injuries may involve enormous medical bills as well as future costs for rehabilitation, but they can also lead to people being unable to return to work or possibly requiring full-time assistance for their daily living needs.

Regardless of where and to what extent an injury occurred, without the proper warning or due care given to any hazardous situation, an individual could find themselves subject to an unsafe environment, an unsafe product, or simply the lack of regard for the safety of others. Such negligence is what the personal injury attorneys at Bacchus Law Firm fight against every day.

If you or someone you know has sustained serious injuries because of another person or entity’s negligence or intentional acts, you may file a lawsuit directly against that party. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney is imperative, because it is not always clear which entity should be sued, sometimes an individual’s insurance will cover their negligence. For example, third-party claims usually involve injured parties recovering from the other party's insurance company. In such cases, insurance adjusters will be looking for any way to minimize potential recovery.

The attorneys at Bacchus Law Firm will walk with you every step of the way from litigation to settlement or trial. Our attorneys will work diligently to help clients from Broward County, Miami-Dade County, Hendry County, Palm Beach County, or Collier County, Florida, to get the compensation they need and deserve.

We represent clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning we will not charge you anything unless we obtain financial damages for you first. You can have our personal injury attorneys review your case by calling (954) 500-5555 now to take advantage of a free legal consultation.

This article was last updated on Monday, June 19, 2017.

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