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When a person suffers serious injuries as the result of
another party’s negligence, it can result in significant hardships for the
victim such as overwhelming medical bills that are even more difficult to pay
because of an inability to return to work. Victims may be able to hold
negligent parties liable for all economic and some noneconomic damages arising
from these injuries.


John Doe Law represents people harmed by the negligence
of other parties in communities all over the greater Miami area. Our Miami
personal injury lawyer can fight to get you the compensation you need and
deserve for your pain and suffering.


Residents of and visitors to Florida can be injured in
many different kinds of scenarios. Some of the most common personal injury
cases involve such accidents as:


Automobile Accidents;


Motorcycle Accidents;


Bicycle Accidents;


Pedestrian Accidents;


Workplace Accidents;


Premises Liability (Slip and Fall Accidents);


Medical Malpractice;


Nursing Home Negligence and Abuse; and


Dog Bites.


Any person who sustains catastrophic injuries because of another
party’s negligence will want to retain legal counsel as soon as possible. Florida
Statute § 95.11 establishes different statutes of limitations for different
personal injury actions.


For example, Florida Statute § 95.11(3)(a) states that an
action founded on negligence must be filed within four years, but an action for
wrongful death—possibly arising from the same act of negligence—must be filed
within two years under Florida Statute § 95.11(4)(d). An experienced personal
injury attorney in Miami can ensure that you meet all relevant deadlines for
filing a civil action.


Victims in personal injury case may be entitled to economic
and noneconomic damages. Economic damages (sometimes referred to as
compensatory damages) are easier to determine and prove than noneconomic
damages (also known as general damages) because they involve specific financial
harm a victim has already incurred or is expected to incur.


Economic damages may include claims relating to the


Medical expenses;


Lost wages;


Future lost earning capacity;


Property damage;


Cost of repair or replacement; and




Noneconomic damages involve types of harm that are not as
quantifiable. The most commonly sought noneconomic damage claim is pain and
suffering, but other noneconomic awards may include, but are not limited to:


Emotional anguish;




Loss of




Disability; and


Loss of enjoyment of life.


Any civil action for a personal injury claim will
generally involve the same four elements. First, a victim will need to show
that negligent party had a duty, or
an obligation or responsibility to carry him or herself in a certain matter.


Next, a victim will need to prove there was a breach of this duty by the negligent
party, meaning he or she failed to carry him or herself in the expected manner.
This breach of duty must constitute the actual and proximate legal cause of the damages suffered by victim.


The final element of a personal injury claim is damages, relating to all economic and
noneconomic harm the victim suffered because of the other party’s negligence. A
Miami personal injury lawyer can investigate the circumstances surrounding your
accident and hold the negligent party accountable.


People can suffer a wide variety of very severe injuries
in many different kinds of unfortunate situations in Florida. John Doe Law
helps victims who have suffered such injuries as:




Broken bones / fractures;


Spinal cord injuries;


Burn injuries;


Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs);




Internal organ damage;


Neck injuries; and




You will want to avoid speaking to any representative or
agent for any insurance company that might be representing the negligent party.
While such individuals often seem pleasant on the phone and express concern
about trying to help you, the truth is that many of these conversations are
used to get victims to make statements that are used against them later on
their cases and can reduce the amount of compensation they are ultimately


John Doe Law can act on your behalf in all discussions
with insurance companies and seek a settlement that accounts for all of your
past, present, and future needs. Contact our personal injury attorney in Miami today
to set up a free consultation.