The word “accident” is generally used to describe an incident or occasion resulting when someone does not exercise proper care for themselves or others around them. In a legal setting, attorneys are required to prove that the negligence of someone proximately caused injuries to the person who claims harm. In simple terms, negligence is commonly defined as the failure to exercise reasonable care. So, if another person was unreasonable in their conduct and caused you to suffer physical or emotional injury, you may have a legitimate legal claim. At the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., we represent clients in the following type of “accident” claims:
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Medical professionals are required to provide reasonable care to their patients. The failure to provide reasonable care is defined as negligence. If the negligence of a health care provider causes harm to the patient, there may be a valid claim for medical malpractice.
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The tragic and unexpected death of a family member often creates emotional suffering and financial hardship. The law permits specifically defined surviving relatives to recover compensation for their loss if the death was caused by the negligence of another person or entity. A wrongful death case allows statutory survivors to recover various elements of damages, including non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering, and economic damages, such as loss of support, loss of services and loss of prospective accumulations. read more
Individuals and entities are required to use reasonable care during their interaction with others. A person who is injured due to the negligence of another person or entity may have a valid personal injury claim.
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If an individual is injured on another’s property, the owner or manager of the property may be partly or entirely liable for the injury. Owners and managers of property, businesses, apartment complexes, hotels and parking areas have a duty to maintain the property in a reasonably safe condition. Some owners create dangerous conditions on the property refuse to repair known dangerous conditions. Other owners refuse to implement adequate measures to reduce or eliminate repeated criminal behavior on their property. This type of conduct may support a valid premises liability lawsuit. read more
Depending on the circumstances of the injury, a product liability claim may be filed by a consumer who is harmed by using a product in the manner in which it was originally intended. The responsibility and fault for the defective product may be placed on the designer, manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer or distributor.
At the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., serving Orlando, Florida, we offer honest, professional and experienced legal counseling to clients injured as a result of another’s negligence. To learn more about our law firm and the legal services we offer, please contact our Orlando accident lawyer today to schedule a free consultation. read more