Did you sustain injuries in a preventable accident? The law may entitle you to compensation to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and other losses. To learn more about the injury claim process and your legal rights, contact a Spring Hill personal injury lawyer at Dolman Law Group for a free consultation and case review.
Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, handles personal injury cases in Spring Hill and throughout Florida. We know the insurance company won't make it easy for you to obtain the maximum compensation you deserve. But you don't have to face insurance adjusters and aggressive lawyers alone. Trust our Spring Hill injury attorneys to protect your rights while you focus on recovering from your injuries.
- Why is a Spring Hill Personal Injury Lawyer at Dolman Law Group Your Best Choice? Award-Winning Representation.
- Types of Spring Hill Personal Injury Cases We Handle at the Dolman Law Group
- Our Spring Hill, Florida, Location
- Spring Hill Accident Statistics
- What Are Some Common Spring Hill Personal Injury Claims?
- What Are Common Types of Personal Injuries People Suffer in Spring Hill?
- What Should I Do After an Accident in Spring Hill?
- How Do I Know If I Have a Spring Hill Personal Injury Case?
- What Damages Can a Spring Hill Injury Lawyer Recover for Me?
- Is There a Deadline to file a Spring Hill personal injury lawsuit?
- Can You Afford a Personal Injury Lawyer's Fees?
- How Long Does It Take to Receive a Personal Injury Settlement?
- Can I Still Recover Damages If I Was Partially At Fault?
- What's the Process of Obtaining Compensation for My Spring Hill Personal Injuries?
- Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in Florida?
- Reach Out for a Free Consultation With a Spring Hill Personal Injury Lawyer at Dolman Law Group Today
- Client Reviews
Why is a Spring Hill Personal Injury Lawyer at Dolman Law Group Your Best Choice? Award-Winning Representation.
Our founding partner, Matthew Dolman, knows firsthand the impact a personal injury lawsuit can have on a family. When Matthew was a teenager, his father was in a car accident. Unfortunately, Matthew's father did not receive the legal representation he deserved. It was challenging to even speak with the attorney on the phone. Clearly, the firm was a settlement mill that did not offer personalized attention. Matthew never forgot what it was like for his family during this difficult time.
At Dolman Law Group, we are not a “settlement mill.” Unlike some personal injury law firms, we do not process a high volume of cases just to make a fast dollar. We are a firm of trial attorneys who will fight for maximum compensation on your behalf. We pursue justice for victims injured due to someone else's negligence. And we're not afraid to go to court to obtain the best possible results for your case. Our lawyers have more than 120 years of combined legal experience, and we have received many awards and honors for our professionalism and client service. Thus, you know you will receive the highest level of representation possible.
Our case results show how we've fought hard for our past clients, including successfully recovering more than $400 million over the years. We take on some of the toughest personal injury cases, including wrongful death and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Our extensive resources allow us to see your case through to a successful conclusion, no matter what it takes. We will never pressure you to accept a lowball settlement simply to avoid going to trial.
Types of Spring Hill Personal Injury Cases We Handle at the Dolman Law Group
While car accidents are the most common type of cases we see, our dedicated injury lawyers have the experience to successfully handle many types of injury cases. Below are some of the common personal injury lawsuits we handle at Dolman Law Group.
- Spring Hill Car Accidents
- Spring Hill Motorcycle Accidents
- Spring Hill Truck Accidents
- Spring Hill Boating Accidents
- Spring Hill Bus Accidents
- Spring Hill Catastrophic Injuries
- Spring Hill Construction Accidents
Spring Hill Drunk Driving Accidents
- Spring Hill Nursing Home Negligence
- Spring Hill Ridesharing Accidents
- Spring Hill Workers’ Compensation
- Spring Hill Slip and Fall Accidents
Spring Hill Premises Liability
- Spring Hill Bicycle Accidents
- Spring Hill Pedestrian Accidents
- Spring Hill Burn Injuries
- Spring Hill Spinal Cord Injuries
- Spring Hill Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Spring Hill Medical Malpractice
- Spring Hill Wrongful Death
- Spring Hill Property Damage
Please reach out to our Spring Hill personal injury lawyers if someone else's negligence injured you or a loved one.
Our Spring Hill, Florida, Location
The Dolman Law Group has a law office at 10485 Heley Street, Spring Hill, FL 34609
Visit our Spring Hill Office or call us at (352) 612-3437 to schedule a free consultation.
Spring Hill Accident Statistics
Located in Hernando County, Spring Hill is a thriving community of nearly 114,000 residents. The city is part of Florida's Nature Coast region, and it sees a lot of traffic from visitors to the area as well as from local residents. Because of this, you always run the risk of getting into a serious motor vehicle accident virtually anywhere in Spring Hill.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) publishes reports of traffic accidents involving injuries or fatalities throughout Florida. For 2022, the FLHSMV reported the following accident statistics for the Spring Hill area:
- 2,713 total traffic accidents in which 2,241 people were injured and 45 died
- 43 bicycle accidents with 1 fatality
- 107 motorcycle accidents and 10 fatalities
- 76 total pedestrian accidents, with 6 fatalities
- 625 hit and run accidents that injured 121 people
What Are Some Common Spring Hill Personal Injury Claims?
A personal injury happens as a result of a preventable accident where someone sustains physical, mental, and/or emotional injuries. If someone else is to blame, the injured person has the right to bring legal action against the responsible party to recover compensation for financial losses.
Since our law firm represents most types of personal injury cases, we can help you with virtually any injury claim you have resulting from someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. The following explains more about the personal injury cases we handle, and you can always reach out to the Dolman Law Group for a no-cost review of your case to see if your qualify for compensation.
Medical Malpractice/Medical Errors
Patients seek medical care to improve or stabilize their health, not get worse. However, sometimes healthcare providers make mistakes. These and other medical mistakes can cause serious injuries and further problems:
- Birth injuries
- Improper hospital discharge
- Medication errors
- Surgical errors
We're not afraid to pursue cases against any healthcare organization, including these Spring Hill area hospitals and clinics if needed:
- Bravera Health Spring Hill
- Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Spring Hill
- HCA Florida Oak Hill Family Care
- HCA Florida Oak Hill Hospital
- Spring Hill Medical Center
- Springbrook Hospital
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Car accidents are a leading cause of personal injuries. In one recent year, The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported that 2,195 crashes occurred in the Spring Hill area. These crashes resulted in 44 fatalities and 1,856 injuries, and many crashes happen along Florida State Road 589/Suncoast Parkway that leads into and out of Tampa.
Spring Hill motor vehicle accidents can involve:
- Bicyclists and pedestrians
- Cars and other passenger vehicles
- Hernando County's “The Bus”
- Semi Trucks
- Drunk driving accidents
- Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare companies
Nursing Home Abuse
Individuals who can no longer care for themselves are vulnerable. They rely on others for basic care such as meals, dressing, bathing, and grooming. If elder care facilities negligently care for their residents, we will not hesitate to file a claim against nursing homes such as:
- Brookdale Spring Hill
- Casalia Gardens Assisted Living Facility
- Evergreen Woods Health Care
- Forest Oaks of Spring Hill
- Mariner Palms Assisted Living Facility
- Spring Hill Assisted Living Facility
- Spring Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center
Nursing home abuse and neglect can be difficult for family members to identify. The facility may say that unusual symptoms result from the natural aging process or an existing condition.
Signs of elder abuse include:
- Missing personal items, including money
- Unexplained or questionable injuries
- Weight loss
Make your first call to 911 if you believe the nursing home placed your loved one in imminent danger. Then, call Dolman Law Group. Our law firm answers phone calls 24/7.
Manufacturers have an obligation to produce safe products. Serious injuries can occur when products such as these are defective:
- Automobile parts
- Children's toys
- Household appliances
- Lawn equipment
- Medical devices
Some manufacturers may claim you misused their products, even when that is not the case. Contact our firm if a product injured you.
Slip and Fall Claims (also known as premises liability)
People often refer to premises liability cases as “slip and fall” accidents. These injuries can occur at virtually any private or public location, such as a sports arena, a restaurant, or a neighbor's house.
Below are examples of hazards that can cause a slip and fall injury.
- Cluttered store aisles
- Damaged stairs, floors, and walkways
- Defective elevator doors
- Liquid spills
- Loose handrails
You might recover compensation if you sustained injuries at any of these Spring Hill locations:
- Publix Super Market
- Trampoline parks
- Escape rooms
- Country clubs
- Golf courses
- Spring Hill area parks
- Privately owned property
Many people associate workplace injuries with construction, agriculture, and mining. However, an injury can occur in any workplace, including offices, retail stores, schools, and hospitals.
Some of the largest employers in the Spring Hill, FL, area include:
- Citrus Memorial Health Care Systems
- Hernando County School District
- Oak Hill Hospital
What Are Common Types of Personal Injuries People Suffer in Spring Hill?
People in Spring Hill can suffer a wide range of injuries caused by someone else's negligence. Here are some common types of personal injuries that we help people recover compensation for at Dolman Law Group:
- Sprains and Strains: Injuries to ligaments, tendons, and muscles due to overextension, twisting, or sudden movements.
- Fractures: Broken bones resulting from accidents, falls, or impact.
- Deep Cuts and Lacerations: Wounds from sharp objects that break the skin.
- Burns: Injuries caused by heat, chemicals, electricity, or radiation.
- Whiplash: Neck injury often associated with sudden impact, common in car accidents.
- Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs): Head injuries resulting from blows to the head, falls, or accidents.
- Back Injuries: Including strains, sprains, herniated discs, and spinal cord injuries.
- Soft Tissue Injuries: Damage to muscles, ligaments, and tendons that can cause pain and limited mobility.
- Dislocations: Joints moving out of their normal positions due to trauma or excessive force.
- Head and Face Injuries: Injuries to the head, face, and eyes, which can include fractures, lacerations, and eye injuries.
- Internal Injuries: Damage to organs, blood vessels, or internal tissues, often resulting from impact or trauma.
- Emotional and Psychological Injuries: Emotional distress, anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) resulting from traumatic events.
- Spinal Cord Injuries: Damage to the spinal cord that can lead to paralysis or loss of sensation.
- Amputations: The loss of a body part due to an accident or medical necessity.
- Joint Injuries: Injuries to knees, shoulders, elbows, and other joints, often affecting range of motion.
- Scarring and Disfigurement: Permanent damage to the skin or other body parts due to burns, accidents, or surgeries.
- Nerve Injuries: Damage to nerves that can result in pain, numbness, or loss of function.
- Eye Injuries: Injuries to the eyes due to accidents, impact, or foreign objects.
- Crush Injuries: When a body part is compressed or crushed, often in accidents involving heavy machinery or objects.
Remember that seeking medical attention and consulting with a personal injury attorney are crucial steps if you've been injured due to someone else's negligence. A Spring Hill personal injury attorney from Dolman Law Group can help you understand your rights, navigate the legal process, and pursue compensation for your injuries and damages.
What Should I Do After an Accident in Spring Hill?
If you're involved in an accident in Spring Hill, Florida, whether it's a car accident, slip and fall, or another type of incident, there are several important steps you should take to ensure your safety, protect your rights, and gather necessary information for potential insurance claims or legal actions. Here's what you should do after an accident:
- Check for Injuries: First and foremost, check yourself and others involved for injuries. If there are serious injuries, call 911 for medical assistance immediately.
- Move to Safety: If it's safe and possible, move your vehicle or yourself to the side of the road or a safe location to prevent further accidents or injuries.
- Call the Police: Even for minor accidents, it's a good idea to call the police. They can create an official report, which can be valuable for insurance claims or legal proceedings. Also, Florida law requires accidents to be reported if they involve injuries or death or property damage over $500.
- Exchange Information: Exchange contact, insurance, and vehicle information with the other parties involved in the accident. This includes names, phone numbers, addresses, insurance policy details, and license plate numbers.
- Gather Evidence: Take photos of the accident scene, vehicle damage, injuries, road conditions, traffic signs, and anything else relevant to the accident. Visual evidence can be valuable later.
- Collect Witness Information: If there were any witnesses to the accident, gather their names and contact information. Their statements may be useful in determining fault.
- Do Not Admit Fault: Avoid making statements that could be interpreted as admitting fault. Stick to the facts and let the investigation determine liability.
- Seek Medical Attention: Even if you don't feel seriously injured, it's advisable to seek medical attention. Some injuries may not be immediately apparent, and a medical record can be valuable for insurance claims.
- Notify Your Insurance Company: Report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible. Provide accurate and honest information about the accident.
- Consult an Attorney: If you've been injured, consulting a personal injury attorney can be beneficial. They can guide you through the legal process, help protect your rights, and advise you on the best course of action.
- Preserve Evidence: Keep copies of all documentation related to the accident, including police reports, medical records, bills, and correspondence with insurance companies.
- Follow Medical Advice: If you've been injured, follow your doctor's advice for treatment and recovery. This helps establish the extent of your injuries and damages.
- Document Your Experience: Keep a journal or notes detailing your injuries, pain levels, and how the accident has impacted your daily life. This information can be useful for your case.
Remember that each accident is unique, and the steps you need to take may vary depending on the circumstances. If you're unsure about what to do after an accident, consult with a Spring Hill personal injury attorney at Dolman Law Group to ensure that your rights are protected and you take appropriate actions.
What You Should NOT Do After a Spring Hill Accident
Don't wait to contact a Spring Hill Personal Injury Attorney at Dolman Law Group
It is never too early to consult a lawyer. After you seek medical treatment, give us a call. We can explain what you should expect during the claim process, and we'll help you place a value on your injury claim before the insurance company tries to convince you your case is worth much less.
There is no point in waiting to see how much the insurance company will offer you. The amount they voluntarily offer is likely much less than what the law entitles you to. Insurance companies are for-profit businesses that do not have your best interests in mind. Their goal is to boost their profits, not to fully compensate you for your injuries.
Don't put off medical care
Your injuries or condition may worsen without prompt medical care. See a doctor as soon as possible for a diagnosis and treatment. If you delay medical care, the insurance company may question your injury's seriousness. Waiting to seek medical care can weaken your personal injury claim.
At Dolman Law Group, we know that some Spring Hill residents don't have access to medical care. They either don't have health insurance or have high out-of-pocket costs. That's why we've partnered with a nationwide network of doctors who can treat you with no upfront costs. You get the care you need right away without incurring more debt. These doctors collect their fees out of your settlement.
Don't discuss your case publicly, especially not online
Many people use the internet to air their grievances, whether that's through Google reviews or social media. It's in your best interest not to publicly discuss your injuries while your case is pending. The insurance company will be looking and could misconstrue your comments and use that information to bolster their case.
How Do I Know If I Have a Spring Hill Personal Injury Case?
There is more to a personal injury claim than sustaining injuries and pursuing a settlement. The law requires that personal injury cases meet specific legal requirements.
To break down the four elements that must be proved in a personal injury case, let's discuss three hypothetical situations: an on-the-job injury, a car accident, and a slip and fall injury.
1. A person or entity owed a legal responsibility - Duty of Care
The first element of a personal injury case is that someone owed you a duty of care.
- Employers must provide a safe workplace.
- Motor vehicle operators have a duty to obey traffic laws.
- Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises in good repair.
2. The responsible party breached the duty of care
If the at-fault party did something or failed to do something that violated their duty, such as:
- A company did not provide its workers with appropriate safety equipment.
- A distracted driver ran a red light.
- A store owner failed to repair their damaged sidewalk.
3. That breach of duty caused injuries
The accident in question must be related to the breached duty. For example:
- A machine operator sustained an eye injury because they didn't have access to safety glasses.
- The distracted driver hit a pedestrian in a crosswalk.
- A shopper tripped and fell on the damaged sidewalk.
4. The accident victim sustained damages because of those injuries
The subsequent injuries and financial losses (known as legal damages) are related to the accident which occurred when the at-fault party breached their duty of care, for example:
- The worker lost sight in his eye.
- The pedestrian suffered broken bones.
- The shopper fractured their spine and sustained a concussion.
Damages are a key element of a personal injury claim. The purpose of a claim is to collect compensation for your damages, such as bodily injury, emotional distress, psychological trauma, and lost wages.
What Damages Can a Spring Hill Injury Lawyer Recover for Me?
The law categorizes personal injury damages as either economic or non-economic.
- Economic damages are tangible and have a set cost.
- Non-economic damages are subjective but no less real.
The law allows you to pursue compensation for both types of damages.
Personal injury economic damages
Economic damages are relatively straightforward. However, the insurance company may attempt to undervalue your future damages.
The law may entitle you to compensation for:
- Current and future medical expenses for your accident-related injuries
- Lost income while you recover
- Future lost income if you are permanently disabled and cannot return to work
- Lost income if you can return to work but in a limited capacity (fewer hours or a lower-paying occupation)
- Property damage
- Repair or replacement of your vehicle
- Compensation for damaged personal belongings: jewelry, electronics, prescription eyeglasses, etc.
- Mobility aids: wheelchair, walker, crutches
- In-home help for meals, grooming, childcare, and cleaning if your injuries prevent you from performing tasks you did before your accident
Personal injury non-economic damages
Non-economic damages are not as straightforward and do not have fixed costs.
We fight hard to ensure you receive adequate compensation for:
- Your physical pain and emotional suffering
- Loss of self-esteem due to permanent disfigurement
- Loss of enjoyment if you're unable to pursue favorite pastimes or spend time with family and friends
- Loss of companionship if your injuries interfere with your relationship with your spouse
- Loss of guidance if your injuries interfere with your relationship with your minor children
What is the average personal injury settlement?
Many prospective clients want to know how much the average personal injury settlement is. It is difficult to determine an accurate average because some cases settle for undisclosed, confidential amounts.
Even if we could determine an average, that figure wouldn't be helpful to you. There is no such thing as an "average" personal injury. How your specific injuries affect you, your life, your future, and your family is just that—personal.
An adequate settlement compensates you for your economic and non-economic damages. Our lawyers fight for the maximum compensation allowed by the law. Our prior case results show how we've pursued and won settlements for our clients.
After carefully reviewing the details of your case, we can determine how much your claim is worth.
Is There a Deadline to file a Spring Hill personal injury lawsuit?
Florida law places a time limit on pursuing personal injury lawsuits. This deadline is called a statute of limitations.
Florida statutes outline how long you have to file a legal suit. You usually have as little as two years, depending on your injuries.
In most cases, the clock starts ticking:
- The day the injury occurred, or
- The day you were made aware of the injury, or
- The day you reasonably should have known about the injury
Contact our office as soon as you suspect a personal injury occurred. We can discuss the details of your case and your specific filing deadlines.
Can You Afford a Personal Injury Lawyer's Fees?
Money is often a concern for accident victims. You may be unable to work due to your injuries, yet you still have living expenses and now medical bills to pay. The last thing you need right now is more financial worries.
Our firm works on a contingency fee basis. We do not collect any attorney fees upfront. You only pay Dolman Law Group after we secure a settlement or verdict for you. A contingency fee agreement allows you to have legal representation without incurring more debt.
At Dolman Law Group, we believe that everyone should have access to legal representation. We agree to work on your case without asking for upfront attorney fees, and you won't owe any attorney fees if we don't obtain compensation for you. We can discuss our complete payment schedule in detail at your free consultation.
How Long Does It Take to Receive a Personal Injury Settlement?
A personal injury case can take time to conclude.
How long it takes to receive a personal injury settlement depends on several factors, including:
- The severity of your injuries
- The overall total amount of damages
- When doctors can determine your prognosis
- If there are multiple responsible parties involved
We know that a settlement provides much-needed funds during a difficult time. However, a fast settlement may not be an adequate one. Our attorneys are ready to pursue maximum compensation for your injuries, however long that takes. If creditors contact you, we can inform them that you have a pending personal injury case.
Can I Still Recover Damages If I Was Partially At Fault?
In most cases, yes. However, it also depends. In March 2023, Florida amended its tort policy to follow a modified comparative fault rule. Now, the state does not allow injured victims to recover damages if they're found to be more than 50% at fault. Also, the amount of damages you can receive will be reduced by your percentage of fault.
For example, if the court finds the defendant was 80% at fault and you were 20% at fault, you may only recover 80% of the total damages. So, if the total amount of damages is $100,000, the court may only allow you to receive $80,000.
The Spring Hill accident injury attorneys at the Dolman Law Group will work diligently to investigate your case and seek to establish 100% liability on the at-fault party, if possible. Throughout the process, we will fight for your rights and interests and advocate for you if the insurance company tries to place any blame on you for the accident or your injuries. We are committed to helping you recover the full amount of compensation you deserve.
What's the Process of Obtaining Compensation for My Spring Hill Personal Injuries?
Obtaining compensation for your personal injuries in Spring Hill typically involves several steps aimed at building a strong case, negotiating with insurance companies, and, if necessary, pursuing legal action. While each case is unique, here's a general overview of the process:
- Seek Medical Attention: Your health is the top priority. Seek immediate medical attention for your injuries. Medical records will serve as crucial evidence for your claim.
- Consult a Personal Injury Attorney: Contact a personal injury attorney in Spring Hill. They will evaluate your case, explain your rights, and guide you through the legal process.
- Investigation: Your attorney will thoroughly investigate your case, which may include collecting evidence, speaking to witnesses, and reviewing medical records.
- Document Damages: Document all your damages, including medical bills, prescription costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and property damage.
- Demand Letter: Your attorney will draft a demand letter outlining your injuries, damages, and the compensation you're seeking. This letter will be sent to the responsible party's insurance company.
- Negotiation: The insurance company will respond with a settlement offer. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf to reach a fair settlement that covers your damages.
- Medical Treatment and Evaluation: Continue your medical treatment as prescribed by your healthcare provider. It's essential to have a complete understanding of your injuries and their long-term effects before settling.
- Settlement: If an agreement is reached, you'll receive a settlement offer. Your attorney will review the terms to ensure they adequately cover your damages.
- Release and Waiver: If you accept the settlement offer, you'll sign a release and waiver stating that you won't pursue further legal action related to the incident.
- Litigation (If Necessary): If a fair settlement cannot be reached, your attorney might recommend filing a lawsuit to initiate the formal legal process.
- Discovery: Both sides exchange information, evidence, and documents relevant to the case. Depositions, interrogatories, and requests for documents are common during this phase.
- Mediation: Before going to trial, parties might participate in mediation, where a neutral third party helps facilitate settlement discussions.
- Trial: If mediation is unsuccessful, your case will go to trial. Both sides present evidence, witnesses, and arguments to a judge and/or jury.
- Verdict: The judge or jury will decide whether the defendant is liable and, if so, how much compensation you're entitled to.
- Appeals (If Applicable): Either party may appeal the verdict if they believe there was a legal error during the trial.
- Collection: If you win the case, the responsible party's insurance company will pay the awarded compensation.
Working closely with a skilled personal injury attorney is crucial at every stage of the process. They can provide expert guidance, protect your rights, and help you pursue the maximum compensation available for your injuries and damages. Keep in mind that the process can vary based on the complexity of the case and the cooperation of the parties involved. Contact a personal injury attorney at Dolman Law Group for specific advice and information regarding how to best handle your claim.
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in Florida?
At Dolman Law Group, we offer our deepest sympathy if you have lost a family member. Death is always difficult, but knowing a negligent person could have prevented it compounds your grief.
It can be uncomfortable to discuss a wrongful death settlement. However, taking legal action holds the negligent party accountable. And a settlement helps secure your financial future.
Certain surviving family members may be able to pursue a settlement. The law allows the estate administrator to bring a wrongful death claim on behalf of the deceased's spouse and minor children. If the deceased wasn't married and had no children, their parents may pursue a lawsuit.
Some family situations are complex. Please contact our office if you have questions about your eligibility to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
We know the days pass by quickly after losing a loved one, and you have a lot on your plate right now. It's in your best interest to consult a lawyer right away. Most forms of evidence deteriorate or disappear over time.
Reach Out for a Free Consultation With a Spring Hill Personal Injury Lawyer at Dolman Law Group Today
You have a limited time to pursue a personal injury claim. Don't miss your opportunity to receive fair compensation for your losses. We can explain your options during a free consultation so you can make the best decisions possible.
A dedicated Spring Hill personal injury lawyer is here to provide answers and let you know if you have a valid legal claim. With offices across both Florida coasts, you can easily reach us at (352) 612-3437 or write to us using our online contact page.
Spring Hill Office
10485 Heley Street
Spring Hill, FL 34609
Phone: (352) 612-3437
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Spring Hill Emergency Rooms and Urgent Care Centers
If you suffered injuries in Spring Hill, you may visit one of the following medical centers for treatment:
- Bravera Health Spring Hill - Emergency Room: 10461 Quality Dr, Spring Hill, FL 34609
- Lifeguard Urgent Care: 491 Mariner Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34609
- Family Express Urgent Care: 225 Mariner Blvd suite A, Spring Hill, FL 34609
- Bayside Family Medical Care:11015 Spring Hill Dr, Spring Hill, FL 34608
*Disclaimer – Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA does not endorse these healthcare providers nor do we profit from having them listed on our website.
Spring Hill Courthouses
- Hernando County Clerk of Court: 7405 Forest Oaks Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34606
Neighborhoods We Serve in Aventura
Dolman Law Group serves the following neighborhoods in Aventura: