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Wesley Chapel Personal Injury Attorney

For over 25 years, Moore Law has helped people in South Florida obtain compensation when they are injured in an accident. The personal injuries our clients suffer are painful and disabling. They often cost thousands of dollars to treat—sometimes much more. Bodily pain and limitation also cause suffering and emotional distress, which Florida law helpfully allows victims to receive compensation for.

Bringing a personal injury claim is harder than many realize. Although some firms do personal injury work on the side, Moore Law has focused its practice on this field and built up the experience necessary to get clients the compensation they deserve. Our Wesley Chapel personal injury attorneys are here to assist if you were hurt in a personal injury accident:

What Compensation Can You Receive?

A personal injury claim should cover financial and non-financial losses suffered because of an accident. Our clients often seek money damages for:

  • Medical bills, including transportation to the hospital, surgical costs, doctor appointments, rehabilitation, prescription drugs, and prosthetics.
  • Lost wages if the victim missed work due to physical limitation caused by injuries.
  • Pain and suffering, which is hard to measure but compensates for the reduction in a victim’s quality of life following an accident.
  • Property damage, such as damage to your vehicle in a wreck.

What Must You Prove to Receive Compensation?

When someone else’s negligence causes injury, they should suffer the financial consequences—not the victim. If you were walking down the street when a distracted driver plows into you, the driver should cover your medical expenses. That’s only fair. And fairness is the foundation of personal injury law.

To obtain compensation, we need to prove that the person who hurt you was negligent, reckless, or otherwise at fault. In short, we need to show they owed you a duty of care but breached it and that this breach caused your injuries.

In some cases, proving your case is straightforward. If a drunk driver ran a red light and struck you, we can use the results of a chemical test to show the driver’s blood alcohol concentration. It is also common sense that being hit at high speeds will lead to broken bones, concussions, and other injuries.

In other cases, however, we need to put on our detective hat to prove a case. For example, a truck driver might have crashed into you but denied liability, or your child could have broken a bone in a daycare but the provider is denying responsibility. We might need to interview witnesses and find physical evidence to build a case.

Contact a Wesley Chapel Personal Injury Lawyer

Never negotiate a settlement on your own. Instead, call Moore Law today to schedule a free consultation with our legal team. Personal injury cases are governed by tight deadlines, and we encourage all victims to contact us as soon as possible.

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