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Martin County Personal Injury Attorney

Injury Lawyer Representing Palm Beach & St Lucie County

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If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident at which another person was at fault, you may have the right to make a claim for damages. However, in such claims it is in your best interest to contact a Martin County personal injury attorney. Dealing with insurance companies can be difficult at the best of times. It is possible that you may find that the insurance company is hoping you will accept a lesser amount than you may be actually due. At the firm, our attorneys are very experienced in dealing with insurance claims. An attorney can cut through the red tape when it comes to getting what is fair in your case.

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When you or a loved one has been injured in an accident you want to be able to focus on recovery and the health of the injured person. This is completely understandable and correct. However, in personal injury claims, documentation is of utmost importance. It is very important that you contact the firm and speak to an attorney quickly so that the vital documentation of all aspects of the accident or injury is properly kept. An attorney can assist you in answering your questions regarding your particular case. Personal injury cases can be quite complex and it is a relief to have a qualified, experienced attorney handle that aspect of the accident or injury.

A Stuart personal injury lawyer from Lauri J. Goldstein & Associates, PLLC can assist with many types of personal injury cases, including car accidents, dangerous drugs, defective medical equipment/devices, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, boating accidents, product liability, wrongful death, dog bites, hurricane damage claims, slip/trip & fall cases, nursing home abuse, brain injuries, and mold/toxic substance claims.

Any personal injury claim can be very emotionally charged. When you or a family member has been injured due to the negligence or recklessness of another person or business entity, it can be overwhelming, as the accident or injury was needless. This is especially true when a wrongful death has occurred. It is important to others and to your family to fight for compensation, even though it is understood that this will never make up for serious injuries or death. It is a point where the individual or business entity involved has to take financial responsibility for the actions that caused the harm. It can protect other individuals from having the same pain or heartache.

Speak to a Martin County Personal Injury Lawyer

At the office, the team strives to provide each client with the level of representation necessary to find a favorable outcome in each and every case, despite the specific situation. The firm is dedicated to providing an unparalleled level of commitment to each client's case, working diligently to find a way to maximize each claim. As a seasoned law firm, the lawyers understand that your injuries may keep you from performing your regular duties at work, school or in the home. If this is the case, and your injuries have resulted in the loss of income or have forced another member of your family to remain home from work to care for you, now is the time to call the firm. We have more than 70 years of combined legal experience that we can put to work for you!

They will take every last detail of your case into consideration when evaluating your claim, from the damages to your property to the emotional trauma the accident has caused you and your family. The law office will work towards a common goal of securing the funds necessary for you to make a full recovery without forcing your family into debt. They understand that the price of medicine and physician care will be expensive, and they strongly believe that you should not have to pay for that if your injuries were caused by another individual. To learn more about personal injury claims and how you can hold the reckless party responsible for their negligent actions, please call a Stuart personal injury attorney from the office today.

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We serve many areas throughout Florida, including Stuart, Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Jupiter and Okeechobee.

Contact a Martin County personal injury attorney from the firm if you or a loved one have suffered an injury due to the negligence or recklessness of another individual or entity.

Stuart Office: 1330 S. Federal Highway
Stuart, Florida 34994
Phone: 866-675-4427
Fax: 772-286-9893
Fort Pierce 772-460-6220 St. Lucie West 772-871-6888
Okeechobee 863-467-8200
Jupiter 561-741-4800
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