St. Lucie County Personal Injury
A serious injury can affect every aspect of your life—from your career to your day-to-day wellbeing to your financial security. If you were severely injured or lost a loved one due to another person’s negligence, contact Donaldson & Weston to discuss your options for pursuing justice and compensation.
Our St. Lucie County personal injury attorneys will guide you through every step of the settlement process and will tirelessly fight to get you fairly compensated as quickly as possible. Call 561-299-3999 today to arrange a free consultation.Why Hire a Personal Injury Attorney in St. Lucie County?
Victims of personal injury and wrongful death often wonder if they should hire a lawyer to represent their interests. Although you can represent yourself, the claims process is riddled with legal hurdles that can be difficult to overcome without the help of an experienced injury attorney.
To win your case, you will need strong evidence to prove negligence, liability, and the value of your damages. Gathering this evidence—or even knowing what types of evidence will be needed to prove your claim—can be challenging without a seasoned legal ally by your side.
The attorneys at Donaldson & Weston will get to work immediately to gather the evidence needed to prove your claim. We can also arrange testimony from accident reconstruction experts, medical experts, and financial experts.
Besides gathering evidence, our lawyers will handle all dialogue with the insurance company so you aren’t coerced into making a statement that can be used against you. We know the tactics used by insurance companies to dispute claims, and we will help you avoid mistakes that would jeopardize your case.
We will also make sure your claim includes all potentially recoverable damages. In addition to your healthcare expenses and lost wages, you might be entitled to compensation for loss of earning capacity, future medical bills, home modifications, and property repairs. You may also be able to recover non-economic damages including loss of consortium, pain and suffering, emotional distress, physical impairment and disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment. Exemplary damages, or “punitive damages,” may also be recoverable if the defendant acted with gross negligence or intentional misconduct.
Perhaps most important, having a seasoned litigator by your side tells the insurance company that you would be willing to take your case to court if they refuse to offer a fair settlement. This may translate into a fair settlement early in the proceedings.Get a Free Case Evaluation from a St. Lucie County Personal Injury Lawyer Today!
The attorneys at Donaldson & Weston understand the tremendous emotional, physical, and financial impact of a serious and unexpected injury. We will represent you and your family with the utmost compassion. We will give your case the individual attention that it deserves and will aggressively fight for the compensation to which you are entitled. Call us today at 772-266-5555 or Contact Us Online to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer in St. Lucie County.