Florida Attorney Advocating for the Rights of Those Suffering Paralysis Injuries Throughout the United States.
An injury that causes paralysis is devastating and will require a lifetime’s worth of significant medical treatment. These are serious cases involving a host of complex issues that requires an experienced personal injury paralysis attorney. At the Butler Law Group in Jacksonville and Orlando, Florida Howard G. Butler Esq. has been representing people suffering paralysis for over 20 years.
“Every Client Has a Story – Let us Help You Tell Yours”
Hire a Lawyer Who Will Fight for You
After a serious accident, you will need someone who has the experience and knowledge to navigate the insurance claims process successfully. You will need someone who will be able to stand up and tell your story in the courtroom or in settlement negotiations. Get your story heard, whether it be in the courtroom, boardroom or at the negotiation table. For more information, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.
When dealing with a spinal cord injury that causes paralysis, it is important to know that your attorney is capable of addressing even the most complex issues as they arise. It is also important to know what questions you need to ask in order to get the compensation that you need to cope with the long-term medical problems that come with this type of injury. Our firm works with a team of experts including doctors, vocational rehabilitation experts, economists, life care planners and other medical specialists to get you the compensation that you need.
Helping You Address All the Ramifications of Paralysis
Anytime you talk about damages that can reach upwards of a million dollars or more, it is essential that you hire an experienced lawyer who will be able to fight for you. Insurance companies are not your friends; in fact, their goal is to minimize the amount of money that they have to pay out in insurance claims. Our firm understands this reality.
Our firm files personal injury and wrongful death claims on behalf of injured people in order to hold responsible parties liable for your injuries. To learn more about your claim, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.