Falling victim to an accident is a shocking event, no matter the severity of the incident. Accident victims in Florida and elsewhere are often initially focused on the pain and suffering associated with the injury. One's mind is often fixated on medical treatment to address the injuries suffered. Then, while one is in the recovery process, he or she is often faced with the growing medical bills associated with their care and treatment. This can be overwhelming, especially when an individual was a victim in an accident caused by a negligent party.
Accidents happen, and when they occur, it does not always means that injuries ensue. However, some accidents can be serious, resulting in much harm and damages suffered. Victims of an accident are often left vulnerable and confused. He or she is not only dealing with the pain and suffering associated with their injuries, but they are also faced with medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wages and other damages. It can be very overwhelming, causing many victims to seek ways to reduce these growing hardships.
Florida and the rest of the nation are becoming bi-lingual. Failure to recognize this may have legal consequences, even at locations designed for amusement. A Guatemalan family recently filed a personal injury lawsuit against Universal Orlando after their 38-year-old father died because of its allegedly negligent failure to post ride-warning signs in Spanish.
Lawsuits for car accident injuries typically involve an impaired or reckless driver but may also have unexpected defendants. But, a 26-year-old former personal trainer filed a personal injury lawsuit against the Riviera Beach, Florida police for a brain injury he suffered when one of its cruisers crashed into his vehicle in Feb. 2017.