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What Are the Most Important Things You Should Know about Personal Injury Lawsuits in Florida?

Accident involving car and bike

Personal Injury: Things You Should Know as You Seek Representation for Your Accident

When a person is injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or misconduct, Florida law requires the person who caused the injury to be held accountable for damages caused by their conduct. Florida law allows for the injured party to recover money for the harms that flow from the accident, including past and future lost wages, medical bills, co-payments, and out-of-pocket expenses. Florida law also allows the person injured to recover compensation for physical and emotional pain, loss of enjoyment of life, inconvenience, and aggravation of conditions that existed prior to the accident. With more than a decade of experience fighting some of the largest corporations and insurance companies in the world, lead trial attorney Eric Rosen has a proven track record of recovering damages for his clients. Insurance carriers and corporations keep track of an attorney’s record in handling cases. Many lawyers have a reputation for settling cases for less than what they are truly worth. It is important to research the law firm you intend to hire to confirm they have a track record of success because insurance carriers and corporations are doing the same.

Attorney Eric Rosen, from the Fort Lauderdale personal injury law firm, Rosen Injury Law, P.A. has obtained over $100 million in verdicts for his clients in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases where he served as lead trial counsel. Mr. Rosen and his team have also secured millions of dollars in settlements for his clients. Mr. Rosen has been featured in the Daily Business Review, Law360, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers in America, and he is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, an invitation-only organization of trial lawyers with extensive courtroom experience.

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