Have you suffered a Personal Injury due to the negligence of someone else? In Florida, the law permits a person who suffered a personal injury, due to the negligence of others, to collect monetary damages for pain and suffering. An injured person can also collect for lost wages, Dr. Bills, out of pocket expenses, and other recoverable expenses. If your personal injury is small or your injury is large, Florida law permits monetary damages. You need Aggressive and experienced lawyers to help you collect the maximum recovery. At Amador & Tager, P.A. we are aggressive and experienced lawyers available to help you.
Injuries that occur as a result of a car accident might be minor or catastrophic. Automobile, (car, bus, and motorcycle) accidents can cause injuries that may not be readily identifiable for several days or weeks. Other injuries are obvious and at times catastrophic. An automobile, (car, or bus) weigh several thousand pounds, and it is easy to see how an accident involving these vehicles can cause personal injuries. Additionally, if you are a pedestrian and injured due to being struck by an automobile, (car, motorcycle, or bus) the resulting injuries are obvious and usually much more severe.
We also represent people who suffered a personal injury due to the negligence of a business. These injuries can include slip and fall, negligent hiring, negligent supervision of employees, or failure to provide adequate security for their customers or tenets. The personal injuries from slip and falls are caused by the negligent upkeep or of stairs, steps, walkways, carpeting, or other walkways people are expected to travel. The negligent hiring, supervision, or failure to provide proper security usually occur through the criminal conduct of an employee or someone else. Examples of these cases include being assaulted by an employee, being the victim of crime as you enter or leave a business such as a restaurant or mall, or as simple as a restaurant employee copying down you credit card number for later use.
We handle personal injury and wrongful death claims in all of Florida including but not limited to West Florida, Central Florida, Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Tampa, Brandon, Brandenton, New Tampa, Temple Terrace, Town and Country, Westcahse, Riverview, Carrollwood, Seffner, Plant City, Land O Lakes, Lutz, Oldsmar, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, Holliday, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Dade City, Pinellas Park, Gulfport, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg.