Traumatic Injury & Accident Attorney – New Port Richey
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Frank Bianco discusses what you should do if you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic injury.
Traumatic injuries generally occur suddenly and can severely impact the lives of those who suffer them as well as the lives of their families. Appropriate ongoing care and treatment are critical to minimizing the lifelong physical and emotional impacts of a traumatic injury. Are you prepared to access the care you need?
Traumatic events are overwhelming, and your first concern should be getting immediate medical evaluation and treatment. The next most important decision you may make is the selection of an experienced traumatic injury lawyer whom you can trust. I live and work right here in New Port Richey, and I understand what you are going through. As your traumatic injury lawyer, I will provide you with a free consultation to discuss your case and your options.
There are many injuries that can be considered traumatic injuries. Some of the most common include:
- Loss of limb
- Brain injuries
- Permanent scars
- Broken bones
- Back injuries (even those that do not require surgery)
- Any permanent injury that will affect the rest of your life
Head injuries may result in delayed traumatic effects including memory loss, depression and mood instability. If you have suffered a head injury, unconsciousness or a concussion, you should seek immediate medical attention and contact me, an experienced traumatic injury lawyer, for consultation.
How A Traumatic Injury Attorney Can Help
If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic injury, you may have options that you are not aware of, particularly if the injury was the result of another’s negligence. Florida law allows those who suffer traumatic injuries due to negligence to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other financial consequences resulting from the injury. Here are some of the ways Frank P. Bianco, P.A., can help you through this difficult time:
- Advise you regarding medical options if you’re not sure of the extent of your injuries
- Discuss immediate actions that need to take place to document your case
- Conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances of your case
- Assess the impact of your injury on your medical expenses, wages, living expenses, home and personal life.