Permanent Injuries & Wrongful Death

Very few people envision their future and imagine the devastating impact of a sudden, disabling, and permanent injury. But, a single moment can rob us of the life we knew. Simple things that we take for granted, like our cognitive function or ability to perform everyday activities unassisted, can vanish in an instant. Worse still, we could lose a loved one because of one single reckless act. When you suffer from catastrophic life events because of the negligence of someone else, you deserve to be compensated for your pain. Medical bills, property damage, and lost income… All of these losses are secondary to the emotional trauma that we sustain. This section of our blog endeavors to help you answer the really tough questions, like “What next?” For more about how you can build a compelling personal injury or wrongful death case, simply keep reading.

Photos of a brain scan after a car accident causes head injuries

Head Injuries After a Car Accident

You try to drive defensively. You bought a car that was fully equipped with sophisticated safety features. However, car accidents still occur. And, the sudden brunt force of an accident can cause significant injuries—especially to the head and cervical spine. Moreover, head trauma is often more complicated than other injuries resulting from car accidents. After all, the brain is responsible for everything the body does. For some, recovery from a traumatic brain injury can last

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Accident victim on crutches meeting with a personal injury lawyer

During an Accident, I Injured my Neck and Back

Careless car and truck drivers have the potential to cause devastating injuries to other people on the road. No one can truly imagine the heartbreaking struggles that occur after a car accident, where your spouse or young child has sustained a life-changing spinal cord injury. Unfortunately, this scenario constitutes reality for tens of thousands of people who report a spinal cord injury to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) each year. Our Miami

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