Skilled Personal Injury Attorneys Assist Central Florida Clients Injured in Tavares, Inverness and Clermont
Putting 27 years of experience at your disposal
Few things can change your life as suddenly and permanently as a serious injury. In the blink of an eye, a negligent act can leave you in serious pain, facing long-term medical care and rehabilitation. Your recovery can incur sizable medical bills just when your injury may prevent you from working. The situation can seem hopeless, but it does not have to be. If you or someone you love has suffered a serious injury, you owe it to yourself to contact a knowledgeable and determined injury attorney in your area to research your options. In Central Florida, you can find the attorney you need at Largey Law. We offer convenient office locations in Tavares, Inverness and Clermont.
Accidents can lead to serious injuries and expensive recovery
Most of us are involved in a car accident at some point in our lives. Many lead to little more than property damage. But any accident, major or minor, can cause serious injuries such as:
- Head and brain injuries, including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Broken bones
- Neck and spinal injuries
- Internal injuries
- Soft-tissue injuries
- Herniated disc injuries
At Largey Law, our personal injury lawyers will review your specific accident case and tell you whether you have a valid claim. That depends on how the court determines fault in your case. Florida is a comparative negligence state, which means that you can still receive compensation even if you are partially at fault. We also advise you as to your legal options given the specific details of your case. Aspects of your case that can affect your choices include:
- Whether a texting or distracted driver was involved
- Whether your case involved a semi-truck, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian
- Whether you seek damages to help you recover from head and brain injuries
No matter the circumstances surrounding your accident, we can help you through the legal process.
Medical malpractice cases require experienced legal guidance
Doctors and other medical professionals owe a defined standard of care to patients. If you or a loved one suffers an injury because a doctor violated or ignored this standard, an injury lawyer can help you pursue a medical malpractice claim against the negligent party.
Wrongful death cases are tragic
In most personal injury cases that prove fatal, the surviving family members of the victim have the right to file a wrongful death claim. Such cases often prove complicated and follow a unique set of legal protocols. It is critical that survivors seek the help of an experienced and knowledgeable personal injury lawyer.
How Largey Law can help personal injury victims
An experienced Tavares, Inverness, or Clermont personal injury attorney at our firm can help injured victims in countless ways. First, we make sure you file your claim on time. Personal injury claims in Florida must be filed within four years of the date you were injured. Malpractice claims, however, must be filed within two years of the act that caused the injury, or two years from the date the injury was or should have been detected. If you or a loved one is injured, you may have many questions about how much it costs to file an injury claim or how much your case might be worth. Every claim is different. Once your case has been opened, the process can be over in matter of weeks or may take years. We make sure you understand the likely duration and outcome of your particular case and stand by your side every step of the way.
Make the call to obtain the legal help you deserve from a personal injury attorney in Inverness, Tavares and Clermont
At Largey Law, we pride ourselves on providing the personalized legal assistance injury victims need. Contact us today at 352.508.1485 or online to schedule a free initial consultation. We can arrange your appointment around your unique schedule. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you owe us nothing unless we recover compensation for you. Se habla español.