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Our Offices

  • Tavares Office

    Address

    203 N. St. Clair Abrams Avenue
    Tavares, Florida 32778-3259

  • Inverness Office

    Address

    303 Tompkins Street
    Suite 180
    Inverness, Florida 34450

    Phone

    352-344-1882

  • Clermont Office

    Address

    481 E. Highway 50
    #201
    Clermont, Florida 34711

    Phone

    352-242-1933

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    — Lori Robbins

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    I am a trial attorney who had been practicing law for ten years. Attorneys only hire the best when the things that matter the most in their own lives are threatened with harm. That is why I hired Christopher R. Largey of Largey Law when my ...
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    — Paul Darby

  • 5.0/5.0

    Following my car accident I was referred by a friend to Largey Law Firm. Chris Largey agreed to take my case. He and Rosie along with his staff were very reassuring that they would take care if all my legal issues dealing with the insuran...
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    — Steve Jones

  • 5.0/5.0

    As a family law attorney, I had the opportunity to work with Chris in a case involving an injunction that was part of a family law matter that I was involved in. I wholeheartedly recommend him as a criminal law attorney. In my opinion, he ...
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    — Dusty Twyman-Morey

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    Informative friendly and helpful professional. Passionate and caring for the right of the person represented.

    — Marc Lovric

Understanding Personal Injury Lawsuits in Florida

People can suffer injuries in a number of ways, whether it’s from an auto accident, slip and fall, dog bite or various other scenarios. A common mistake many people make is assuming that, if they have suffered any types of injury, they will be able sue the responsible party for damages. Although many types of accidents afford a person the right to seek compensation, there is a rigorous standard to be applied determining liability and possible damages.

First, the person or entity you are suing must have owed a duty not to injure you. The “duty” rule is a complicated standard. An easy way to understand it is to consider the difference between an invited guest and a trespasser. If you have invited someone to your home, you owe that person a duty to protect against foreseeable harm. Conversely, you owe no such duty to a trespasser who has broken into your home.

Once you have established that individuals or entities owed you a duty of care, you must determine that they failed to uphold that duty. To do so, you need to consider what the duty was and which reasonable steps they should have taken to fulfill it.

Finally, you must have suffered damages as a direct result of the person or entity’s failure to fulfill the duty. For example, just because someone rear-ended you in a car does not entitle you to sue for compensation. You must have suffered physically or financially as a result, such as in the form of medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wages and pain and suffering

If you’ve been injured by the reckless actions or negligence of another party, speak with an experienced Citrus County personal injury attorney to learn more about your options.