Do I Have a Case?
In addition to showing that you have been injured, your attorney must also establish, through credible and relevant evidence, that the other party is legally responsible for your injuries. As a result, a lot of work goes into investigating the circumstances of your injury.
Most cases are filed under the theory of negligence, which is defined as the failure to exercise reasonable care to protect others from harm. These cases hinge on your attorney providing a clear picture of failure on someone else’s part to act reasonably when it comes to being careful.
For example, did a medical professional act with the amount of care needed? If they were negligent, and a patient suffered for it, an attorney could prove that the patient was owed damages for their losses in a medical malpractice suit. If someone driving a vehicle was negligent for any number of reasons - running a stop light, texting while driving, etc. - they have failed to act with the care needed to be driving the vehicle, and your attorney can work to prove that an injury in a car accident was a result of that negligence.
How Can Morgan & Morgan Help Me?
Dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful, Morgan & Morgan has established itself as a leading personal injury law firm. Our attorneys in Tampa have played a vital role in the firm’s success, recovering millions on behalf of their clients.
Our lawyers work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning they only get a fee if they successfully win your case, with the fee usually being a percentage of the settlement. Until then, you don’t have to deal with costly hourly fees, and you still get the vast resources we offer.
Contact Us for Your Free Consultation
Only an experienced attorney will be able to evaluate your situation and determine whether you have grounds for a lawsuit. To find out whether you can take legal action, contact us today by completing our free case evaluation form.