Thousands of people are injured or killed each year in Florida because of someone else’s negligence. These claims can range from car crashes to negligent security to trip and fall injuries from unsafe and dangerous conditions. When you or someone you love is injured through no fault of their own, dealing with a claim can be overwhelming. Contacting Heights Injury Law for a free consultation will help you understand your rights and how an attorney can assist you in the process to make your life easier, giving you the necessary time and peace of mind to get treatment and heal from your injuries.
Florida law allows those who are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence to recover the following types of damages:
• Medical Expenses (both present and future) • Loss of Income
• Property Damage • Loss of Earning Potential
• Pain and Suffering (both present and future)
• Loss of Consortium (either spousal and/or parental)
Auto & Motorcycle Collisions
Whether your injuries seem minor or whether a collision results in the tragic and untimely death of a loved one, Jennifer Meksraitis has the experience and knowledge to make sure you are fairly compensated.
Large trucks and commercial vehicles have their own sets of rules to follow and can be complicated cases to navigate. Jennifer Meksraitis has the expertise and experience to properly guide you through this process should you or a loved one become injured or hurt as a result of this type of collision.
Premises Liability cases can manifest in a variety of forms. If a business had a duty to maintain a safe premises and their failure to maintain or correct an unsafe condition caused you physical harm, it’s important to know what your rights are.
Slip & Fall Injuries
Slip & Fall injuries fall under Premises Liability, but are a very specific type of premises liability that has certain criteria to be met and often result in very serious injuries. Jennifer Meksraitis is well-versed in this type of case and can assist you in receiving the proper treatment and diagnosis, and to fight for your right to any future medical care that may be required as a result of this type of injury.