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Florida automobile accident attorneys at Odesnik Law have great knowledge and experience to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries and damages.


Legal Claims Arising out of Automobile Accidents

In an automobile wreck claim, you are possibly entitled to recover the following forms of compensation:

  • Financial Damages: Compensation for current and future related medical expenses, lost wages, and loss of earning capacity due to the umbrella of economic damages.
  • Noneconomic Damages: Compensation for pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, paralysis, disfigurement, and amputations fall under the umbrella of noneconomic damages. In the case of a wrongful death lawsuit that was caused by a fatal automobile accident, families may be able to recover funeral expenses and other related costs following the death of their loved one.


What Are the Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases?

Damages in a medical malpractice claim are all of the ways that you suffer losses, personal & financial, from the medical malpractice that occurs.

For example, you may have additional medical bills because of the length of time it took you to heal. You may have extra medical expenses to repair the damage done from the medical malpractice. The damages that you may claim in a medical malpractice case include:

  • Medical bills from delayed care
  • Medical bills from additional treatment needed because of the medical malpractice
  • Pain and suffering
  • Compensation for income from being out of work or unable to work anymore
  • Home health aides if needed at that time
  • Wheelchairs, crutches, and home modification expenses as appropriate
  • Payment for Changes to Lifestyle and things you’re no longer able to do
  • Medication costs
  • Emotional anguish
  • Mental health damages
  • Wrongful death compensation, if applicable





If you suspect a wrongful death, simply describe your case, and we will make sure you receive a fair trial and compensation. We offer a free consultation and advise you on your legal options to collect fair compensation from the responsible parties.

If a person dies because of the misconduct or negligence of a third party, a family member or survivor can sue for wrongful death and be eligible for financial compensation. To bring forth a wrongful death lawsuit, the following elements must be present:

  • A person’s death is caused by another person’s negligence or by another person’s intent to cause the deceased individual harm.
  • Monetary injuries, related to the death, of the surviving family members.
  • Appointment of a personal representative for the estate of the decedent.


A wrongful death case must be filed within a certain time frame depending on the state law where the victim lost their life. Although insurance companies cover small death claims, the compensation amount may not fairly cover the losses you sustained. So, it’s imperative to contact a lawyer right away if you think the cause of death was the direct result of someone’s negligence or misconduct.



Slip/Trip and fall accidents are sometimes unavoidable. However, the hazard presented causing someone to slip/trip can happen due to the negligence of another party, such as a landlord, building owner or building manager. The responsible party or parties are potentially liable for your damages and losses sustained.

While the average compensation is high, the eventual payout depends on the following factors:

  • The amount of lost wages
  • The severity of your injury
  • Strength of your evidence
  • Medical expenses
  • The extent of pain and suffering (includes physical pain, emotional pain, loss of the victim, and disability)


As an experienced accident lawyer, we can handle your claim, help prevent you from accepting unfair settlements, and represent you if your case goes to trial.