Experienced lawyers fight for full compensation for accident victims
Tavares, the seat of Lake County, is a great place for outdoor activities, including golfing, boating, fishing and hiking. While most people can enjoy these activities safely, an accidental injury will not only disrupt your enjoyment but also impact your ability to work and support your family. If you are the victim of an accident due to another person’s carelessness, Largey Law Firm is ready to help. We have a track record of success providing aggressive, effective representation to Floridians in personal injury cases.
Trusted Tavares law firm handles a full range of personal injury cases
Clients seek our help for injuries caused by a wide variety of accidents:
- Car accidents — We seek full, fair compensation for injuries suffered by victims of car accidents
- Drunk driving accident victims — Our firm fights for drunk driving accident victims those who suffered a wrongful death.
- Uber/Lyft ridesharing accidents — Increased congestion on local roads leads can lead to an increase in ridesharing accidents.
- Motorcycle accidents — We file claims for clients injured in motorcycle accidents.
- Truck accidents — If you’ve been hurt in a truck accident,
- Theme park accidents — Clients injured in theme park accidents
- Medical malpractice — If you’re harmed by medical malpractice
Among the other kinds of cases we handle are:
- Construction accidents
- Premises liability
- Boating accidents
- Defective products
- Nursing home abuse
- Dog bites and other animal attacks
- Head, brain and spinal injuries
- Birth injuries
No matter what kind of accident injured you, we will advise on whether you have a valid claim and present your options. Florida is a comparative negligence state, which means that you can still obtain some compensation even if you are partially at fault, but it will be reduced by your percentage of fault.
Determined advocates assemble the evidence you need
As we prepare your case, we assemble documents about the accident and your medical condition, such as:
- Police reports — These often provide a starting point for our investigation of the accident.
- Witness statements — Statements by people who saw or heard what happened to you can help prove your case.
- Medical reports — Once we understand the full extent of your injuries and how they affect your life, we can arrive at a compensation figure.
- Safety and inspection reports — These documents may show that the defendant was made aware of dangerous conditions that contributed to your accident but failed to take action.
- Video and photography — Traffic-cam images and photographs taken at the scene can bolster your claim for the jury.
This and other evidence enable us to determine the value of your claim accurately.
What you need to prove to win your case
Most personal injury claims require proof of the defendant’s negligence. You must be able to prove these elements:
- Duty of care — The defendant had a duty to act or refrain from acting so as to avoid causing you harm.
- Breach of duty — The defendant failed to satisfy that duty of care.
- Causation — Whatever the defendant did or failed to do caused your injuries.
- Damages — You were injured or otherwise suffered a loss recognized by law.
We understand what we must do to satisfy the filing requirements for your claim and prove each element to succeed.
Why you need a personal injury lawyer
A defendant’s lawyer and insurer will try to fight your claim, but a skilled and experienced personal injury lawyer can counter their actions and provide cost-effective professional help. Our extensive understanding of Florida personal injury law works to your benefit whether we can reach a satisfactory negotiated settlement or must fight for you in court.
Contact a skilled personal injury attorney in Tavares
At Largey Law Firm, we represent Florida personal injury victims in a range of accident claims. Call us today at 352-253-0456 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. 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.