Sustaining an injury under any circumstance is painful, but in some cases, it can be even more frustrating and worrisome than others. For example, when someone is injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, they are often left unsure of where to turn and how to proceed. Nobody wants to have to bring a personal injury claim, but if you’ve been hurt due to no fault of your own, you deserve, and may even need financial compensation to move on with your life. Contact a Miami-Dade County personal injury attorney from Aigen Injury Law today so we can listen to your story and pursue your rightful compensation.
Injured in Miami-Dade County? Our Attorney is Here to Help.
After sustaining a significant injury due to no fault of your own, it is paramount that you retain the services of an accomplished and knowledgeable attorney at once. At Aigen Injury Law, we have extensive background and experience handling various types of personal injury and wrongful death cases. Our team will provide exceptional and aggressive legal representation so that you will maximize your compensation, no matter the cause of injury. Don’t proceed without first giving us a call. We offer free case evaluations and operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning if we don’t win, you don’t owe us a dime.
Our Legal Services
Aigen Injury Law proudly assists accident victims in Miami and throughout South Florida who’ve been harmed in a wide array of accidents, including the following:
- Auto Accidents
- Slip & Falls
- Construction Accidents
- Defective Products
- Dog Bites
- Maritime Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Structural Collapses
- Work Injuries
- Wrongful Death
Auto Accident Cases We Handle
Aigen Injury Law proudly represents auto accident victims in pursuit of the compensation they need to get their lives back. Some of the various auto accident cases our firm handles are as follows:
- Bicycle Accidents
- Boating Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Train Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Uber/Lyft Accidents
Premises Liability Cases Aigen Injury Law Handles
When people slip and fall, or are otherwise wrongfully harmed by unsafe property conditions, they will frequently have a right to bring a premises liability claim. Our firm helps clients who’ve sustained injuries that involve the following:
- Elevator Accidents
- Parking Lot Accidents
- Restaurant Liability
- Sidewalk Accidents
- Stairway Accidents
- Supermarket Liability
Preparing for Your Free Initial Consultation With Our Firm
Bringing a personal injury claim can be a stressful experience, however, with a bit of preparation and a competent Miami-Dade County personal injury attorney on your side, it doesn’t have to be. Some of the most useful things you can bring to your initial consultation with your personal injury attorney are as follows:
- Pictures or video footage of your accident
- Pictures and medical documentation/bills pertaining to your injuries
- Witness statements and/or contact information corroborating your claim
- Any communication you may have had with the other party and/or their insurance company
- Your insurance information
- A copy of the police report filed at the scene of your accident
- Documentation detailing how long you’ve had to miss work
- Any other form of evidence that you deem relevant to your case
As with everything in life, it’s always best to be prepared. Of course, if you don’t possess all of this information, you can still come with what you do have and our firm can work to obtain the rest.
What Can Financial Compensation Cover?
Financial compensation is designed to help ease the blow of a serious and wrongfully sustained injury. The two types of damages a person can recover are economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages help accident victims with the financial cost of their injuries, such as medical bills and lost wages. Non-economic damages help accident victims deal with the non-monetary repercussions caused by an accident. This can include pain and suffering, emotional distress, the loss of enjoyment of life, loss of consortium, and more.
Time Limits on Personal Injury Claims in Florida
Florida has a statute of limitations in place for personal injury claims. Generally, accident victims will have four years from the date of their accident to bring a personal injury claim. Waiting longer than four years will most likely result in them losing their right to sue. You should also note that in some cases, the statute of limitations is even shorter, such as in workers’ compensation claims and when a person is harmed by or on property owned by a municipality or state, or when a person is harmed in an incident of medical malpractice. When it comes to medical malpractice claims, for example, victims will typically only have two years from the date of the incident to bring a personal injury claim. Don’t make the mistake of missing a deadline and being unable to recover your rightful compensation. Simply reach out to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as you can.
Why Aigen Injury Law?
Our legal team has years of experience handling personal injury claims on behalf of wrongly injured Floridians, and we are prepared to put that experience to work for you. This experience, combined with our successful track record of strong results (exemplified by our 80+ 5-star Google ratings) is what sets us apart from the crowd. From the moment you walk through our doors for your free consultation, you will understand that your recovery is our number one priority. No insurance company is too large or powerful–we will always fight for you.
Contact a Miami-Dade County Personal Injury Attorney
Contact Aigen Injury Law today for a free case review. Our experts will work with you every step of the way to meet your needs, win your case, and recover the best possible compensation for your losses and injuries. Remember, when you turn to Aigen Injury Law, there is no fee unless we recover money on your behalf. We proudly represent clients in Hialeah, Miami Beach, Homestead, Miami Gardens, North Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Palm Beach County, and Collier County. We are always on your side, and with us in your corner, anything is possible.