Lake Worth Personal Injury Attorney
Visit the webpage for the City of Lake Worth, Florida, and you will learn that the city considers itself an “extraordinary place where tranquility meets creativity.” The city is home to nearly 35,000 residents and is named after the Lake Worth Lagoon (which itself is named after General William J. Worth, commander of the United States forces during a portion of the Second Seminole War.) While the city may boast of its tranquility, however, residents of Lake Worth are no more protected against the effects of negligent or reckless conducts of their fellow citizens than those individuals living in larger communities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and/or Pompano Beach.
Allow The Law Offices of Joseph I. Lipsky, P.A. to help you if another’s careless or reckless actions cause you or your loved ones injury in Lake Worth. We will work hard to help protect your rights so you can rebuild your life and return to your family, your job, and your activities and hobbies. Call us today.When Hiring a Lake Worth Personal Injury Lawsuit May be Appropriate
Have you been injured by another person in any of the following types of accidents? If so, you may be entitled to recover compensation from that individual to address any losses or expenses you experience as a result of your injuries:
- Slips and falls or any other injury accident that occurs while you are lawfully present on the property of another. In many cases, much of your compensation in these types of injury accidents will come from the property owner’s insurance policy; however, the policy alone may not be sufficient to fully compensate you;
- Car crashes, truck wrecks, and motorcycle collisions, along with any other type of motor vehicle crash, are common in and around Lake Worth. Florida’s “no-fault” insurance scheme limits your ability to file a lawsuit; nonetheless, Florida law does permit motor vehicle accident victims who suffer certain catastrophic injuries to pursue compensation through a lawsuit;
- Medical malpractice, which occurs when a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional renders care to you or your loved one that is patently substandard and unreasonable. Medical malpractice cases have specific requirements that must be satisfied in order for the claim to make it before the court, so it is important that your Lake Worth personal injury lawyer be thoroughly familiar with these requirements.
Florida law has a generous statute of limitations for personal injury victims of up to four years from the date of the injury accident. This does not mean you should wait to retain legal counsel, however. The sooner you hire an experienced attorney to help you with your case, the stronger your case will be and the sooner you can receive the financial compensation you need.
Call The Law Offices of Joseph I. Lipsky, P.A. today at 561-514-3535 and enlist our talented and compassionate team’s assistance in handling your Lake Worth personal injury case.