If you were injured by another party’s negligent acts in Leesburg, Florida, you may be able to secure compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. By proving the liability of the responsible party, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
A member of the personal injury accident team from Bogin, Munns & Munns’ Leesburg office can review the facts of your case and discuss your legal options today.
Call our firm at (407) 578-9696 for a free case review. We may be able to represent your personal injury case on a contingency-fee basis. This arrangement requires no up-front fees for our services. Rather, we only receive payment as a percentage of your settlement or court awards, if and when you win your case.
We Review All Types of Leesburg Personal Injury Cases
Bogin, Munns & Munns has Leesburg personal injury lawyers to defend victims. Our team can review your case and discuss your grounds for a personal injury lawsuit when you call us to get started.
A personal injury case could result from any situation where you are harmed due to the negligent actions of another party.
We take on many types of Leesburg personal injury cases, including:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Wrongful death cases
- Premises liability
- Slip and fall
- Trip and fall
- Product liability
- Boat accidents
- Negligent security
- Catastrophic brain injury or spinal cord injury
- Nursing home abuse and other elder law concerns
- Dog bites and other animal attacks
- Workers compensation and workplace injury
- Other forms of injury that occurred as a result of someone else’s negligence
If you were involved in any of these types of incidents, the responsible party may owe you compensation for your damages in a personal injury lawsuit.
To consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Leesburg, call 855-686-6752
Building a Personal Injury Case Against the At-Fault Party
If you hire a Leesburg personal injury lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns, our firm can investigate your case to determine who is liable for your injuries. We will also work to gather evidence to establish their liability. This may include:
- Any police reports or other official reports about the accident
- Eyewitness statements
- Physical evidence
- Photo or video evidence
- Expert testimony
- Accident reconstruction
- Your relevant medical records
- Documentation of your related damages
- And more
Gathering evidence of your damages is also an integral part of your personal injury case. This evidence can help prove to the court or the insurance companies how this accident has impacted your life and what fair compensation might look like.
Our lawyers will collect evidence of your losses when we represent you as well. This may include:
- Your medical records
- Records of your lost wages
- Receipts for lost property, such as a totaled vehicle
- Testimony from medical and vocational experts about your future costs of treatment and recovery
With evidence in-hand, we can take your case to the insurance company to negotiate a settlement offer on your behalf. If they refuse to negotiate or will not agree to a fair settlement, we can file a personal injury lawsuit against them and take the case to trial.
Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to discuss your Leesburg personal injury case with a member of our team.
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Recoverable Damages in a Personal Injury Case
Although every case is different, we may be able to recover the following types of damages in your personal injury case:
- Medical care and all related expenses
- Wages lost because you cannot work
- Diminished earnings if you cannot return to your previous work
- Property damages
- Expenses paid from your own pocket
- Pain and suffering damages
- And more
If your family member passed away due to another party’s negligence in Leesburg, you may be able to pursue damages in a wrongful death lawsuit under Florida Statute § 768.21. A representative of Bogin, Munns & Munns can discuss what specific compensation may be available to you in a wrongful death case when you contact our firm.
There Are Time Limits on Filing a Florida Personal Injury Lawsuit
In general, Florida personal injury victims have four years to file a lawsuit in civil courts under Florida Statute § 95.11. However, there are exceptions to this rule, and some accident victims may have significantly less time. There are also shorter time limits to file a wrongful death or nursing home abuse lawsuit.
If you allow the statute of limitations, or legal time limit, to run up before you take legal action in your case, you may not be able to recover compensation via lawsuit.
To learn more about how long you have to file your lawsuit, reach out to Bogin, Munns & Munns as soon as you can following your accident.
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Hiring a Leesburg Personal Injury Lawyer
If you suffered injuries in a preventable accident in Leesburg and believe someone else’s careless behavior was to blame, we may be able to help.
When you hire Bogin, Munns & Munns to defend your personal injury case, you can concentrate on your recovery while we manage the legal work and communications on your behalf.
Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to get started with a free review of your case. A member of our team is standing by to answer your questions and discuss your case.
Should you decide to hire us, we may be able to represent you on a contingency-fee basis with no up-front costs.