If you were hurt because of another person’s careless or reckless actions in Pasco County, a New Port Richey personal injury lawyer from Distasio Law Firm may be able to help. We represent injury victims and build a case for them to those responsible for their damages accountable.
We offer prospective clients a free consultation where they can learn more about their legal options. You can speak with a team member serving New Port Richey today. We will assess your next steps based on the facts and evidence in your case. Our compassionate and caring team will also explain your rights and tell you how our team can make this process easier for you.
Recovering Compensation Based on Your New Port Richey Injuries
Our personal injury team will develop a strong argument to show that our client suffered physical, psychological, and financial harm because of an at-fault party’s actions. We use evidence and expert testimony to prove their case’s value and demand payment from an insurance company.
This often results in a fair settlement to conclude the case. This is even more likely for a renowned trial lawyer because insurers know we are willing and capable of taking a case to trial. This is one reason why we can settle these cases without suing.
A fair settlement includes compensation for various damages, including economic and non-economic losses suffered. Examples include:
- Medical bills and related expenses, both current and future
- Lost wages, benefits, and other income for time away from work
- Diminished earning ability if the client has long-term impairments
- Property damages
- Related costs
- Pain and suffering damages
- Other intangible losses
We manage wrongful death actions for families whose loved ones died from their personal injury accident, as well. This could allow surviving relatives to recover:
- Medical bills
- Funeral and burial costs
- Lost income and benefits
- Non-economic losses designated family members suffer
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving New Port Richey, call (813) 259-0022
Distasio Law Firm Goes Above and Beyond for Clients in Pasco County
When Distasio Law Firm represents a personal injury accident victim in New Port Richey, we build a personal relationship with them. Yes, we want to make the at-fault party pay for their negligent behavior. However, we also want to ensure the client receives support. You can count on our team to listen to your concerns, investigate your case, and fight for a positive outcome.
We have recovered millions in settlements and other compensation for our clients. We may be able to go to work on your case immediately following your initial consultation. We serve New Port Richey from our Wesley Chapel Office. The address is:
Maria Fischer, a client in this office, recommends our personal injury lawyer to others who need legal representation in Pasco County:
“I am beyond pleased with the hard work and dedication given to me. My case was upsetting for me, but the staff was understanding and patient. I am so grateful for the support I received and the outcome of the case.”
At Distasio Law Firm, every team member is willing to go the extra mile for every client. The Distasio Difference is what sets our team apart from other firms. Because of this difference, you will:
- Communicate directly with your attorney
- Have legal representation that will go to trial for you
- Be backed by more than 30 years of handling personal injury cases
- Learn why our personal injury clients are willing to endorse our team
Martindale-Hubbell’s law directory has given an attorney team member an “AV” rating for their ability and ethics. This attorney is also board-certified by the Florida Bar in trial law.
We ensure you are in the loop and can always reach us. Every member of our personal injury team strives to ensure each client feels heard and supported. We know this is likely one of the most difficult times in your life. We cannot reverse your injuries or undo the harm you suffered, but we will fight for justice on your behalf.
New Port Richey Personal Injury Lawyer Near Me (813) 259-0022
Understanding Personal Injuries in New Port Richey
A personal injury occurs when one party’s behavior hurts another person. This can happen in many ways. Some of the most common cases we manage include:
- Traffic collisions
- Truck crashes
- Medical malpractice
- Fall accidents
- Other premises liability injuries
- Nursing home abuse
- Wrongful death
To prove negligence in these cases, we must show:
- The other party acted carelessly or recklessly
- This caused our client’s injuries
- They suffered physical and financial harm
- The value of their case for damages
In some cases, this can be a fairly straightforward process. In others, we may need to utilize our network of experts, accident reconstruction specialists, doctors, and others to help us better understand what happened. We must have evidence to convince the insurer or the judge and jury that our client deserves compensation.
How Long do I Have to Sue the At-Fault Parties in My Pasco County Case?
Most personal injury cases do not go to trial. Our team negotiates a settlement with an insurance company, and it compensates our client according to the agreement we arranged. We then take our contingency fees from this payout. However, we must ensure that insurers know we are serious about suing if necessary. We have the resources ready and will file the paperwork if needed to move the case forward for our client.
How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
We have at least two years to begin this process, although some circumstances can alter the deadlines. In general, the statute of limitations on these cases is:
- Four years for a personal injury case (Florida Statutes § 95.11(3)(a))
- Two years for a wrongful death action (Florida Statutes § 95.11(4)(d))
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Find Out Your Rights During Your Free Consultation with Our Team
You can schedule a time to speak with our Wesley Chapel office about your Pasco County personal injury today. We provide free case evaluations. Call (813) 259-0022 to learn more.