Providing Highly Effective Personal Injury Services to Victims of Severe and Lasting Injuries
If you or a family member experiences serious or life-threatening injuries, a Fort Myers accident law firm like Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. can assist you every step of the way toward recovering your losses.
Things to Consider About Specific Types of Serious Injuries
Each type of injury has its own diagnosis, treatment, and path of recovery. Due to the longer-lasting and life-changing impact of serious injuries, it’s important to recognize how each kind of injury is likely to impact recovery.
Brain injuries can be followed with many kinds and degrees of trauma and limitations. These include:
- Coma or vegetative state
- Speech impairment
- Loss of general and fine motor skills
- Chronic pain
- Decreased mental capacity
- Emotional instability
- Visual impairment
- Chronic fatigue
Paralysis is one of the most debilitating injuries anyone can suffer. The emotional turmoil and life limitations that accompany paralysis is unfathomable to most of us. While medical science is rapidly advancing in the treatment of paralytic conditions, it is very likely there will be some permanent life impact from paralysis that a victim will be forced to live with.
Neck injuries are often the most difficult of all injuries to treat. They are frequently accompanied by headaches, shooting pains, nerve damage, muscle aches in the shoulders and back, and many other manifestations. Unique expertise is necessary to address neck injuries as they progress.
Burn injuries are especially unique. Severe second and third-degree burns can continue to impose life-threatening risks days or weeks after the occurrence because of their susceptibility to infection and the impact on the victim’s immune system. Lasting scars can result, and skin grafting is often necessary to treat serious burn injuries.
How Our Serious Injury Attorneys Can Help You Recover
Randall Spivey and his personal injury team manage the entire process from intake to case management and, whenever necessary, litigation. This means that from the first conversation, we are diligently thinking through the process to the end result you hope to achieve.
Once we’ve determined the facts, witnesses, medical providers, records, and other evidence that needs to be gathered, we contact the defendant (typically through an insurance carrier), discuss your case and make a demand for recovery. If the carrier doesn’t come to the table in a fair and reasonable manner, we do what’s necessary – file a lawsuit for recovery of your losses.
Whether through direct settlement, mediation or even if your case goes to a jury trial, we have your best interests at heart and the experience and skill to bring about the best result for you and your family.
When to Contact a Fort Myers Injury Law Firm
There are certain kinds of cases that have shorter statutes of limitations and you need the counsel of an experienced injury attorney to clarify the timing by which you must pursue your rights. Attorney Randall Spivey can review the specifics of your case and advise accordingly in this regard.
Schedule a Consultation Now to Discuss Your Case with a Fort Myers Serious Injury Lawyer
Serious injuries can leave you in dire financial straits, unable to work, and with extraordinary medical costs, you never could anticipate. Contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. in Fort Myers, Florida today for a free consultation about your rights and remedies for your serious injuries. You don't pay anything out of pocket until you recover. Please take the time to visit our settlements and verdicts to see how we have prevailed in other cases handled by Randall L. Spivey.
More Helpful Information
Victims of car, truck, or motorcycle accidents may have very noticeable injuries, such as abrasions, broken bones, and other obvious trauma. What is not always noticeable are the hidden injuries that may not become evident until days, weeks, or months later.
Crush injuries are some of the more severe injuries a victim may suffer in a vehicle accident. They may occur when a victim’s body is squeezed between two objects with excessive pressure.