have you lost a loved one due to someone else's negligence or misconduct? Barry Morgan has over 30 years of experience handling wrongful death cases. If you have a potential client keep in mind that the statute of limitations is relatively brief. We recommend that you consult with an attorney as soon as possible. If you would like to speak to Mr. Morgan about a potential wrongful death claim contact us for a free consultation.
Have you been injured due to the negligence of another driver? If so, review our motor vehicle accident page and contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
If you been injured on the job or in your workplace you may be entitled to workers compensation benefits. These benefits include both compensation for lost income while you're out of work from your injury as well as payment of medical expenses. Certain time requirements apply concerning notification of your claim. If you would like to discuss a potential workers compensation claim contact us for a free consultation.
If injured while using a product you may have a claim for what is known as products liability. Our law provides for recovery in circumstances where a product is unreasonably dangerous, and causes an injury. The unreasonable danger may be as a result of a manufacturing defect that caused the product to be dangerous. However, the manufacturer may be responsible even in cases where the product was manufactured exactly as intended. A product may be considered defective and unreasonably dangerous if an alternative design would have made it more safe. One concept to keep in mind is the crashworthiness doctrine. This rule of law requires that manufacturers contemplate that accidents will occur in the use of their products and that the products should be designed to lessen the injuries that occur when an accident does happen. Seatbelts and airbags are good examples of crashworthiness design at work. Designers of products are called upon to consider how users may accidentally misuse a product and to design into the product safety features to minimize the risk of misuse or the injuries that may result from its use.
If your dog bites someone it is a problem. In Florida the owner of the dog is strictly liable for injuries caused by the dog and in most dog bite cases there is no viable defense. A similar rule applies for the owners of non– domesticated animals.
if you or a loved one suffered a severe reaction or harmful side effects, either after being given the wrong medication or being prescribed the wrong dosage you may have a claim. If you would like to discuss a possible pharmaceutical injury case contact us for a free consultation.