Common Types of Personal Injury

The most common personal injury cases involve claims such as:

Personal Injury Lawyers

A personal injury claim is a claim for injuries that is commonly based on the negligent conduct of someone other than the victim. If an innocent party is injured due to the unreasonable conduct of another person or entity, the party at fault is legally responsible for the damage. The injuries caused by the negligence a person or entity may result in catastrophic injury, lifelong disability, rehabilitation needs and unnecessary suffering.

How to go about Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney.

Read about Compensation for Personal Injury cases

How Our Medical Knowledge Can Help Your Personal Injury Claim.

Florida personal injury attorney, Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D. possesses a unique skill set that distinguishes him from many of his legal colleagues. Mr. Barszcz is both a lawyer and a medical doctor. This medical specialization allows Mr. Barszcz a deeper understanding into the personal suffering experienced by his clients in their time of need. It also enables him to evaluate medical records with a trained eye that can more easily spot evidence of errors which could prove fault in a medical malpractice claim.

For more than 21 years, Mr. Barszcz has fought aggressively for the rights of injured Florida accident victims in medically-related legal claims. He always puts the needs of his clients first, which has led to Mr. Barszcz’s distinguished reputation for unparalleled personal service. As a result, his clients receive the highest quality representation possible.

Industrial Injury Cases

Industrial injury claims may also fall within the broad classification of personal injury cases.


How do I know if I have a Personal Injury Claim?

Personal Injury Statutes of Limitations

Preserve Evidence and Witnesses

You should preserve all possible evidence if you have been injured due to someone’s negligence. You may wish to record names, dates, the identity of witnesses and witness descriptions. Pictures of the accident scene, property damage or physical injuries may also be very helpful to the attorney evaluating your claim.

Keep Records

After you have been involved in any accident, it is very important that you maintain records of the incident. You may wish to prepare notes as soon as possible after the incident to help you remember important events or information. You should record everything you can remember about the incident because it may become important later in the case.

It is also important to record daily events, feelings, thoughts and conversations after your injury so you can establish the mental and physical impact of the incident. You should maintain copies of your medical and insurance records so you can later provide them to your attorney. A log or diary of events will also permit you to accurately discuss significant facts of the incident with your attorney.

If you have suffered a personal injury due to someone else's negligence, please contact our Orlando personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., serving Orlando, Florida, for a free consultation.

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