The Personal Injury attorneys at RRBH Law have extensive experience in negotiating settlements out of court and in trial litigation both in Florida State and Federal Courts. Also known as “tort” law (a French word for “wrong”), personal injury law covers incidents where a victim has been physically or emotionally harmed and is seeking compensation for the intentional, careless or reckless act that results in injuries or damages to one’s person or property. Such incidents may include slip and fall accidents, wrongful death accidents and catastrophic personal injuries.
Car accidents can result in a myriad of injuries, some immediately obvious and others that appear over time. A road accident could lead to anything from a sprained ankle to serious head trauma, limb injuries or spinal cord injury that results in long-term disability. If you or someone you care about has been involved in a serious car accident, don’t leave it up to your insurance company to place a value on your pain, let the attorneys at RRBH Law help you to get the right compensation for your injury.
At RRBH Law, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide personalized services to any clients seeking to file a medical malpractice claim. The basis of any medical malpractice case is proving that the set medical care standards were violated leading to injury, death or prolonged hospitalization. Our deep knowledge of the Florida medical care standards and regulations makes us the best choice for your case. Our experienced staff of attorneys and investigators can handle medical malpractice cases related to negligence by nurses, doctors, surgeons, hospitals or medical equipment malfunction.
Most people in Florida pay for insurance policies to protect ourselves and our families in the event of a loss. A property insurance policy should provide coverage in the event of damage, loss or liability if someone is accidentally injured on the premises. Lack of complete coverage can result in the loss of thousands or even millions of dollars and possibly even bankruptcy. Yet, how many people read the fine print of their policy and understand if they are fully protected?