Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Sarasota
In personal injury lawsuit, the experience and competence of the attorney you select can affect the outcome of your case, as well as the amount of compensation you ultimately recover.
At Morgan & Morgan, our personal injury attorneys are some of the most successful and experienced attorneys in Florida. They are known for their tenacious pursuit of their client’s interests and fearlessness in the courtroom.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, the personal injury attorneys in our Sarasota office may be able to sue the person liable for your injuries and recover compensation for your losses. We have the experience, legal ability and professionalism needed to be your advocate in the courtroom and can help make the process of taking legal action as simple for you as possible.
If you want to learn more about how our Sarasota personal injury attorneys may be able to help you, complete our free case review form. According to Florida’s Statute of Limitations, you have a limited window of time before you can no longer bring your case, so contact our Sarasota office as soon as you can.
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
How Much Can I Recover Through a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
While each case is different, our personal injury attorneys can help you learn more about the benefits of filing and can give you the best chance of recovering compensation for the following types of damages:
Past and Future Medical Expenses – You may be able to recover compensation for hospital bills, rehabilitation expenses, and the cost of in-home care aides.
Lost Wages – If you missed work because of the accident or act of medical malpractice, you may be able to receive compensation for your lost income, salary, and wages. Moreover, if your ability to earn a living has been diminished by your injuries, you may also be eligible to receive compensation for your reduced earning capacity. Our attorneys regularly work with economic experts to explain to judges and juries the financial value of future lost income.
Pain and Suffering – You may be able to receive damages for physical pain and emotional suffering related to your injuries.
Punitive Damages – You may also be entitled to collect punitive damages if the accident or malpractice involved particularly reckless conduct or an intentional action to harm or deceive. Punitive damages are intended to discourage others from engaging in similarly dangerous or malicious conduct.
If you or a loved one was recently injured in an accident because of the negligence, recklessness, or malpractice of another, complete our free case evaluation form to learn how our Sarasota personal injury lawyers may be able to help you.