Pursuing Compensation For What You Have Endured
After suffering an injury, there are many unknowns. You likely have mounting medical bills and may be unable to work for the time being. In addition to the tangible consequences, you are likely experiencing pain and suffering from the accident.
Fortunately, an attorney can assist in pursuing damages from your accident. At Gerber Law, founding attorney Maria Gerber has over two decades of experience representing injury victims across Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties in Florida. We understand that damages are more than compensation for your injuries. Rather, they are meant to make you whole again.
We will anticipate and fight for the damages you are due. Learn about how we can assist in your case by calling us at 866-233-4529 (4LAW).
What Damages Include
When you meet with our firm, we will advise you of available policy coverage. We will also advise you on what to expect during the pending of your claim and negotiations with the insurance carrier. The damages you are eligible for will vary depending on the facts of your case.
In general, accident compensation includes:
- Property damage
- Current and future medical expenses
- Lost wages (both present and future earnings)
- Pain and suffering
Insurers often attempt to settle quickly with accident victims, offering severely diminished damages to swiftly resolve cases. This settlement offer may seem tempting, but it is often far less than what is required to fully compensate you. We will fight to recover the maximum amount of damages possible for your case.
Damages For Loved Ones After A Fatal Injury
If your loved ones died from their injuries from an accident, you may be able to pursue damages in a wrongful death lawsuit. Wrongful death damages can include compensation for medical expenses, mental anguish, lost companionship, lost wages and future earnings, lost benefits and more.
Holding a negligent party accountable for the death of your loved one can be complex and emotional. Ms. Gerber provides experienced guidance to uncover the damages you are due. We will thoroughly investigate the case and provide you with realistic expectations for anticipated damages.
An Experienced Assessment Of What You Are Due
Consult with a knowledgeable lawyer to determine what damages you are due. We operate on a contingency fee basis. If we do not recover damages for you, you will not pay us. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation at our Sarasota or Venice offices today by calling 866-233-4529 (4LAW) or by reaching out to us online.