Freeman Injury Law is an aggressive South Florida Law Firm dedicated to personal injury law that focuses entirely on protecting the rights of injured people. We do not represent insurance companies.
Areas of representation include personal injury, automobile accidents , motorcycle accidents, tractor trailer/trucking accidents, nursing home abuse and neglect, medical malpractice and work related injuries .
Our car accident lawyers in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and the St. Lucie/Fort Pierce area are dedicated to fighting for justice for those who have been injured or killed in all types of traffic accidents, including motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and trucking accidents.
Nursing home abuse can include physical damage from falls, malnutrition or dehydration, bed sores, gangrene, aspiration pneumonia, over-sedation, poor medical care, or wrong medication. Just as damaging but more subtle, are lack of supervision, theft, abandonment, defective equipment, sexual assault, coercion, physical or mental abuse. All of these can lead to injury or death of the nursing home patient. If you need to speak to a Fort Lauderdale nursing home neglect attorney or Palm Beach elder abuse lawyer, contact us today for a confidential consultation to discuss your concerns.
Wrongful death is the term used when someone causes the death of another person. The death may be caused by the actions of someone or by their failure to act (neglect). Wrongful death is a civil action rather than a criminal action. Since the person killed (decedent) cannot file suit or collect damages, it is the family or representatives of the estate that do so. The intent is to compensate family members who have suffered monetarily and emotionally from the death. Damages can be assessed for lost wages and benefits, loss of companionship, and emotional pain and suffering caused by the trauma.
Our Fort Lauderdale pedestrian accident lawyers and our motorcycle and bicycle accident attorneys in Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce are dedicated to seeking justice for families who have lost a loved one due to the negligence or carelessness of another motorist.
Doctors, nurses and other health care providers spend a great deal of time learning how to treat a great variety of illnesses and physical problems. As a group they are professionals dedicated to helping alleviate medical issues. Unfortunately, health care providers can also make mistakes. When mistakes are made the effects can be devastating. In fact, according to the National Academy of Sciences, approximately 98,000 Americans die from "medical mistakes" each year. That is three times more victims than are claimed in car accidents each year in the United States. Consulting a medical malpractice lawyer in Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach is critical to protecting your rights in the wake of a serious or fatal medical error.
Medical malpractice is a form of negligence involving a medical treatment provider. If someone is injured as a result of a treatment provider's failure to maintain the standard of care, that health care provider may be liable for the injury that has occurred.
If you or a loved one has been injured, please give us a call or contact us online. We are here to help. At Freeman & Mallard, we strongly believe that those dealing with serious or fatal accident or injury deserve immediate access to experienced, high-quality legal representation. That's why we offer free and confidential consultations to discuss your rights. If we take your case, you will not be charged unless we are successful in making a recovery on your behalf.
Too often, insurance companies do not deal fairly with families overwhelmed by a serious or fatal injury. And, in many cases, strict time limits apply for filing a claim. Please contact our personal injury lawyers and wrongful death attorneys to discuss your rights.
Serving West Palm Beach, Broward County, Margate, Hollywood, Coral Gables, Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce.
We serve the following localities: Coconut Creek, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Margate, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Sunrise, Broward County, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Jupiter, Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie, and St. Lucie County.