Representing Victims Of Accidents For More Than 25 Years
Accident injuries come in all shapes and sizes. The trauma one suffers can last months, years or a lifetime. Many injury victims and their family members are uncertain who to trust when an insurance company representative is offering a settlement for their injury claim. Sometimes injury victims feel backed into a corner because they need the money to pay for medical bills and rehabilitation costs. However, it is important to keep in mind that most insurance companies are bound to keep their costs at a minimum. Generally, insurance companies will not provide the full spectrum of compensation you deserve to pay for medical treatment expenses, lost and future wages and pain and suffering for personal injury claims.
At the law office of James C. Gavigan, P.A., our attorneys have over two decades of personal injury experience. We will pursue action against all negligent parties. When you turn to our team for help, we understand this may be your first time you are speaking with an attorney. We will answer your questions not only in our first meeting but also in every conversation we have with you. We will be at your side from beginning to end.
Personal Legal Advocacy For Navigating
Through Traumatic Death Injuries
If your family has experienced the death of a loved one due to someone’s negligent actions, you may have a right to pursue a wrongful death action in Florida. If your spouse, child or parent died, your family may have cause to seek monetary compensation for lost support, such as probable future income, medical expenses, funeral costs, as well as lost companionship and protection, pain and suffering along with other damages.
We understand no amount of monetary compensation can substitute for the loss of a loved one. However, you have a right to fair compensation for your loss and a sense of justice for suffering. It is critical to keep in mind that a wrongful death claim needs to be filed within four years of the death, otherwise you could lose the right to file a claim.