Many types of accidents can lead to brain injuries and paralysis. Whether you slipped and fell in a store or were hit by another driver, someone’s negligence may have led to your injuries. You can seek compensation for your or your loved one’s medical bills, lost wages, and other losses.
Our Gainesville brain injury and paralysis lawyers can handle your case from start to finish. We can investigate your accident and gather evidence to hold the liable party responsible. Bogin, Munns & Munns is ready to hear from you today.
We Work on a Contingency-Fee Basis to Help Your Family
We believe all victims and their families deserve access to comprehensive legal services. Some lawyers charge upfront fees and hourly rates, but we don’t. We can start your case immediately at no out-of-pocket cost to you. We also do not collect payment unless we secure a settlement or verdict for you.
You should feel comfortable and confident when working with a lawyer. Our contingency-fee arrangement ensures you do not have to risk any further financial losses.
To consult with an experienced brain injury and paralysis lawyer serving Gainesville, call 855-780-9986
Potential Compensation for a Brain Injury and Paralysis
Brain injuries and paralysis often require ongoing medical care. For example, you or a loved one may need physical rehabilitation for years. Other forms of therapy, such as speech and cognitive therapy, may also be necessary. Years of these treatments can easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
You deserve a settlement that accounts for your future losses, as well as your immediate ones. We can calculate your current and future damages to ensure we pursue fair compensation.
You may stand to recover:
- Medical expenses
- Ongoing care costs
- Lost wages
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Loss of quality of life
If you lost a loved one due to a brain injury, you can file a wrongful death case. While compensation cannot undo your emotional anguish, it can alleviate your financial concerns. Recoverable damages in a wrongful death case include:
- Funeral expenses
- Your loved one’s medical bills
- Your loved one’s pain and suffering
- Your loved one’s companionship
- Your lost wages (if you took time off to help your loved one)
We can calculate your losses while you celebrate your loved one’s life with your family.
You Have a Limited Time to File Your Civil Lawsuit
Bogin, Munns & Munns resolves most injury cases through insurance settlements. That’s because we understand Florida’s no-fault laws and how they apply to claimants’ damages.
However, we may file a lawsuit to recover what you need. You have a limited time to do so. State law generally gives you two years to file a personal injury lawsuit or a medical malpractice lawsuit, depending on the cause of your injury.
Standard personal injury applies in events like car accidents and slip and falls. Medical malpractice cases occur when a professional, such as a physician, failed to uphold the standard of care of their profession and caused harm. Medical malpractice cases have a statute of repose which can extend how long you have to act, so let our lawyers evaluate your case to figure out the specifics of the deadline.
This might seem like ample time, but building a case can take longer than you expect. We can begin working on your case immediately after you call for your free consultation.
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We Will Prove That Negligence Caused Your Accident and Injuries
When we take on your case, we will investigate your accident to hold the at-fault party responsible. This requires showing:
The At-Fault Party Owed You a Duty of Care
First, we must identify who owed you a basic duty of care. For example, property owners have to maintain their premises, so they are reasonably safe for guests, invitees, and patrons.
Drivers have to follow traffic laws and exercise caution to keep others safe on the road. Even manufacturers have a responsibility to design safe products for their consumers.
The Other Party Violated Their Duty of Care
When a responsible party fails to uphold their duty of care, they become liable for any losses that result from their negligence.
For example, a property owner may fail to put up warning signs around a hazard on their premises. A driver may make a poor judgment call when making a U-turn. Even a manufacturer may neglect to conduct ample safety inspections of their manufacturing facilities.
The Other Party Caused Your Accident and Injuries
Now, we must show that because the other party violated their duty of care, they caused your condition. We can gather evidence to link the responsible party’s actions to your accident. Supporting evidence may include police reports, traffic camera footage, and eyewitness statements.
You Incurred Injury-Related Damages
Finally, we must show that you incurred various losses as a result of your condition. We will use your personal testimony, your damages’ invoices and receipts, and expert testimony to prove this element.
Proving negligence on your own isn’t easy – especially when struggling with a debilitating condition. This is where our Gainesville brain injury and paralysis lawyers come in. We will manage everything your case requires while you focus on what matters most: your future.
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We Offer a Comprehensive Suite of Legal Services
After an accident, you deserve to rest or focus on helping your loved one. We can handle your claim or lawsuit in its entirety.
Our Gainesville brain injury and paralysis lawyers will:
- Investigate your accident
- Gather evidence of negligence
- Handle all the paperwork for your claim or lawsuit
- Help you meet deadlines
- Negotiate a fair settlement
- Represent you in a trial
We make ourselves available 24/7 for our clients. We will give you regular updates about your case and answer any questions as they arise.
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Let Our Gainesville Brain Injury and Paralysis Attorneys Fight for Your Family
You don’t have to pursue compensation alone. We can take the burden of the legal process off your shoulders. You deserve to heal and spend time with your loved ones. We can take care of everything else.
For a free consultation, call us at (855) 686-6752. We can discuss your case and explain how our legal team can help.