Leaser Law Firm will Fight for Your Personal Injury Claim
If you suffer an injury at the hands of another person or as the result of the negligence of a business, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your losses. Leaser Law Firm specializes in injury and wrongful death cases, and will help navigate the difficult process of recovery and healing. Not all doctors handle personal injury cases due to the time and potential delay in payments received. Moreover, insurance companies reach out to you and request statements and updates that will be used against you in recovery for your damages. You need help when seeking maximum compensation for your losses, and an experienced personal injury attorney can help you through this time.
Not all accidents are the same, as such, not all injuries are equal. Your losses can extend way further than just the recovery of medical bills for the injuries you sustained. At Leaser Law Firm, we treat your case as unique, because each and every case is different. We seek to get the most for your injuries as fair compensation for your losses.
There are many types of losses that can occur as a result of an accident. In Florida, those are separated based on the injury sustained. An example of some include:
- Your injury that involve a significant or permanent loss: The level of your injury will help to set the value of you case. The more severe your particular injury, the higher the compensation is likely to be. For example, the loss of use of your right arm would carry a higher value than constant but minor neck pain. At Leaser Law, we look to see the extent that the injury affects your day to day life in helping determine the value. If your injury prevents you from continuing your job, this may also increase the value of your case.
- Your injury that is considered a Permanent Injury within a Reasonable Degree of Medical Certainty: When your doctor examines you, and finds that you have reached MMI, or maximum medical improvement, he will find a permanent impairment rating for your body as a whole. This would mean, that your injury is permanent within a reasonable degree of medical certainty. This will include injuries such as neck pain, back pain or any chronic pain or discomfort you now feel. The pain or discomfort does not need to be every day, and can be permanent even when only felt doing certain activities, like bending over or standing up. If you have been the victim of a permanent injury, contact a Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorney today.
- Your injury that results in Permanent Scarring: Often times, an injury can leave you with a permanent reminder, long after the pain has subsided. A dog bite that requires stitching may leave permanent scarring. A cut along the leg may leave a massive scar that will never heal. These injuries occur often, and when surgical intervention is required, there typically is lasting disfigurement or scarring. For some, the scar can lead to psychological trauma, or even loss of income depending on the line of work the injured party is involved in. A personal injury attorney is your first step to protect your rights and receive just compensation.
- The untimely Death of your loved one: The tragic occurrence of a death of your loved one is something that will always haunt you. When it is at the hands of a negligent party, the death should have been avoided. If an accident has caused the death of someone you know, you may have a wrongful death case in the state of Florida. Even though you are grieving, timing is of the essence to speak with an experienced wrongful death attorney.
Your Ft. Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorney
At Leaser Law Firm, we represent victims of negligent actions of another. This can include going after the party who injured you, or even your own uninsured/underinsured insurance coverage for your compensation. You deserve direct attention from your attorney, and that is something you will receive at Leaser Law Firm.
Whether you are the victim of a car accident, scooter accident, truck accident or loved one to a victim of a wrongful death accident, contact Fort Lauderdale accident attorney, Scott Leaser. He will work with you through the end, keep you up to date with the status of your case, and never leave you in the dark.
CONTACT LEASER LAW FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION
Schedule a consultation with our firm today to find out how we can fight for you. Our office is located conveniently just west of Fort Lauderdale in Plantation, Florida, right off of Interstate 5-95 and Pine Island Road. Contact us now at (954) 233-3515 so that we can discuss your injuries.