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New Port Richey Personal Injury Attorney

New Port Richey Attorney

Helping individuals injured in and around New Port Richey, Florida

When you are involved in an accident and suffer an unexpected injury, you may not be sure of your legal rights or how to proceed. The medical treatment required for your injury can be extremely costly and many individuals must take time off work to recover, which means they lose income and benefits. It is only natural for injured victims to wonder about their legal rights to financial recovery from the parties responsible for the accident.

The highly experienced New Port Richey personal injury lawyers at the Dolman Law Group can evaluate your situation and advise you whether you have a viable personal injury claim. We can negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf and file a lawsuit if necessary to make sure you receive full compensation for all of your injury-related losses. We will guide you through every step of the legal process and will always keep you updated on any new developments in your case. Consultations are free, so please do not hesitate to call our office today at 727-853-6275 if you have sustained nay type of personal injury.

Dolman Law Group – New Port Richey Office

5435 Main Street
New Port Richey, FL 34652

We handle a wide range of personal injury cases

Personal injuries can happen in many, many different ways. Some of the cases we handle involve the following types of accidents and injuries:

Auto accidents
Commercial truck accidents
Motorcycle accidents
Slips, trips, and falls
Burn injuries
Neck and back injuries
Defective products
Drunk driving accidents
Premises liability claims
Construction accidents
Workers Compensation

Pedestrian accidents
Bicycle accidents
Traumatic brain injuries
Spinal cord injuries
Birth injuries
Dangerous pharmaceuticals
Dog bites
Nursing home abuse
Wrongful death
Truck accidents

Every case will vary and may have unique legal issues depending what type of accident occurred, what type of party was negligent in causing the accident, the nature and severity of injuries involved, the amount of your losses, among many other factors. Our legal team is highly experienced and understands how Florida laws apply to every type of personal injury case. We will tackle any issues head-on to ensure that you obtain the maximum possible recovery in your case.

Proving negligence in personal injury cases

In order to recover for your personal injury-related losses, you must sufficiently prove that another party acted in a negligent manner. This involves much more than simply stating that you believe they were negligent; instead, you must present specific kinds of evidence to support your claims. In particular, evidence must indicate the following elements are met:

The party owed you a duty of care in the situation. For instance, drivers have a duty to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe manner and property owners have a duty to keep the premises in reasonable safe condition for the safety of visitors.

The party breached that duty and caused your injuries. Examples of breached duties can include a driver who was texting and caused a collision or a property owner who allowed a dangerous condition to exist and a patron fell.

You suffered losses as a result. Losses can include medical bills, lost wages and future earning capacity, lost benefits, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, physical pain and suffering, and more.

There are many specific legal principles and standards at issue in a personal injury case, so you always want an attorney handling your case who fully understands the law and how it applies to your individual case.

Personal injury cases can require extensive resources

In order to prove negligence against another individual, a manufacturer, a property owner, or any other party, you must present evidence to the court. Gathering relevant evidence of negligence can be a challenging task and, in many situations, can require a significant amount of time, energy, and other resources. Fortunately for injured victims, the attorneys at the Dolman Law Group have the necessary resources to conduct a thorough investigation and gather the necessary evidence so that you can focus on your physical and mental recovery.

Some examples of evidence that may be used in a personal injury case can include:

    • Witness statements
    • Police reports
    • Video footage
    • Cell phone records
    • Vehicle maintenance records
    • Photographs
    • Expert analysis of the accident scene
    • Medical records and opinions from medical professionals
    • Testimony from economic experts

As you can imagine, many injured victims do not know how to go about gathering these types of evidence or hiring the required experts. At the Dolman Law Group, we have a network of experts standing by to help with our personal injury claims so that you have the best chance of obtaining the best possible result in your case.

Contact a New Port Richey personal injury lawyer to schedule a free case evaluation

When preventable accidents result in serious injury, victims can sustain tremendous losses. Victims often incur significant medical expenses and lose income due to not being able to work. In addition, people who are hurt in accidents often experience substantial physical and emotional pain and suffering. Fortunately, Florida tort law allows victims to recover compensation for these and other losses that they may experience as a result of a preventable accident. A lawyer familiar with litigating Florida personal injury cases can often help victims recover substantially more compensation than they would be able to retain on their own, so it is highly advisable for anyone injured in an accident to discuss their options with an experienced lawyer.

Since 2009, the Dolman Law Group has been representing the legal rights of people injured in preventable accidents. Unlike many other personal injury law firms, we provide individualized representation to each client we take and are prepared to take each case to trial if the best interests of our clients demands it. To schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers, call our office today at 727-853-6275 or send us an email through our online contact form.