personal-injury

Personal Injury

A personal injury case involves an individual who suffers harm as a result of an accident or incident that is caused, whether in whole or in part, by the negligence of another party, be it an individual or a business entity.

There are many different types of personal injury cases. Some of these include:

  • Vehicular Negligence – Cases where a person suffers injuries as a result of an incident involving a vehicle, such as a car, a truck, a bus, or a motorcycle. The injuries involved can range from minor to catastrophic injuries or even death.
  • Wrongful Death Claims – When an individual dies as a result of the injuries sustained due to the negligence of another, their loved ones can often recover damages as a result of his or her death.
  • Premises Liability – Cases where a person suffers injuries as a result of an unsafe or defective condition on someone’s property – whether it be someone’s home, a restaurant, or a store. Unsafe or defective conditions may include wet, dirty or faulty flooring, debris left in walkways, and uneven steps or carpeting.

When contacting an attorney to represent you, it is important that you contact an experienced Miami Personal Injury Lawyer. An experienced attorney will be well versed in the area in which you are seeking representation and will help you to understand your options.

If you or your loved ones have been involved in an accident or incident similar to those described above, Attorney Dania Arencibia of Arencibia Law can assist by guiding and representing you in obtaining compensation for your injury or loss. It takes a knowledgeable, dedicated and experienced attorney to properly represent a client’s interests. At Arencibia Law, we will do our best to obtain the best possible outcome in your case.

It is important not to delay in contacting an attorney when you have been involved in an accident or incident. The state of Florida has a law (called a statute of limitations), setting forth the timeframe during which an individual is permitted to file a personal injury lawsuit. By failing to raise a timely claim, you may lose your right to do so in the future. The Florida statute of limitations for personal injury cases gives a person up to four years following the date of the accident or incident to file a case in court.

As building your case may take time, depending on the circumstances, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible, in order to avoid inadvertently running out of time for your case to be filed in a civil court.

It is very important that claimants do not settle their claims with an insurance company without first contacting an attorney that can protect their rights. Contact Arencibia Law and you will find an attorney who is passionate about pursuing the justice you seek. We can be reached at (305) 421-6305 or you can click here to schedule an appointment with a Miami Personal Injury Lawyer now.

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