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Kelley/Uustal Handles All Types of Accident Claims

When people think of “accidents” they tend to think of automobile accidents first. Most people have at least been in a fender bender, and many people have experienced far worse. The accident attorney Fort Lauderdale area residents need after an accident should have experience beyond just litigating car accident cases. Accidents take place everywhere, and many of them can be prevented with foresight.

Defective Products Cases

It is shocking to find that a simple consumer product can be dangerous. If you were hurt by a defective consumer product, call a defective products attorney at once. Save the product, as well as any instructions it came with, and receipts if you have them. If your product is indeed defective, you could not only be entitled to compensation, you could ultimately save others if a recall is deemed necessary.

Premises Liability Cases

Slipping on a broken egg at the supermarket may not seem like a big deal, but if you are an older individual, even a simple accident can result in long term medical problems. In some cases, slip and fall injuries are captured on video, and if you think there may be video evidence of your accident, you should tell your personal injury attorney right away.

Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents are very common, as are accidents involving tripping over unmarked thresholds and other tripping hazards. In southern Florida, where there are lots of elderly residents, slip and fall accidents can be far more than just an inconvenience. They can be fatal in some cases. If you are in a slip and fall or tripping accident, your attorney’s experience in the courtroom is one of the keys to successfully obtaining compensation for your pain and suffering.

Medical Malpractice

Even highly educated medical professionals make mistakes sometimes. Medical malpractice can be especially devastating, because people place much trust in their physician, doctor’s office, and hospital. If you are in need of a Fort Lauderdale medical malpractice attorney, look for one with a history of success in the courtroom and in the period leading up to medical malpractice trials, because many cases are settled before a trial takes place.

Birth Injury

There is no substitute for experience when it comes to medical malpractice cases, and with birth injury cases, you need an attorney with a commitment to determining the truth of what happened, and the drive to aggressively pursue those responsible. Birth injury cases can be heartbreaking, and hiring a lawyer who has successfully litigated these cases is absolutely essential in seeing that justice is served.

Medication Errors

A Fort Lauderdale medical malpractice attorney may also be engaged in cases where medication errors resulted in injury, illness, or death. Today’s drugs can work miracles, but when they are used incorrectly, or when medication mix-ups occur, the results can be tragic. Successful litigation of these cases not only provides compensation to victims, but raises awareness and decreases the chances of such tragedies happening in the future.

Insurance Companies and You

Insurance companies protect their bottom line, period. Often, insurers try to get accident victims to sign off on a settlement before they have a chance to contact an attorney. Don’t sign anything before contacting an attorney. You may be entitled to greater compensation than what insurers want you to believe. You and your dependents deserve to be fairly compensated, so don’t settle without legal advice.

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