Weber Law Firm Can Help You in New Port Richey Florida
New Port Richey is located on the Gulf of Mexico. This waterfront city, combined with its historic downtown, beautiful parks, and vibrant arts scene, is a popular destination for visitors and residents alike. A busy city has its downfalls. New Port Richey experiences heavy traffic, congested roadways, distractions, driving while under the influence, and unkept establishments. A New Port Richey Injury Lawyer will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
If another person negligently injured you or a loved one in New Port Richey, contact Weber Law Firm to speak to a New Port Richey Personal Injury Attorney today!
New Port Richey Car Accidents
New Port Richey is in Pasco County, Florida and surrounded by major highways, including U.S. Highway 19 (one the deadliest roads in the United States) and State Road 54, which means that car accidents can are a common occurrence. Weber Law Firm can help you get the compensation you deserve for your New Port Richey car accident. Our team has experience representing clients in a wide range of car accident cases, including cases involving drunk driving, distracted driving, road rage, and other forms of negligence.
Speak to a New Port Richey Injury Lawyer today
If you were injured in a car crash, speak to a New Port Richey Injury Lawyer before you talk to an insurance adjuster. Weber Law Firm will deal with the insurance companies so you can focus on your recovery. Attorney Weber has experience representing accident victims who sustained soft tissue injuries, spinal injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and much more.
New Port Richey Rideshare Accidents
Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are popular throughout New Port Richey. If you were injured in a New Port Richey rideshare accident, as a passenger, driver, or pedestrian, Weber Law Firm will get you the compensation you deserve. We have experience navigating the complex legal issues involved in rideshare accidents and can help you understand your rights and options. Weber Law Firm will work to help you recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
New Port Richey Uber Eats Accidents
Many restaurants in New Port Richey are open 24/7 and the roadways are almost always occupied by Uber Eats delivery drivers. We will investigate to determine who is liable and pursue compensation on your behalf. Our firm has experience representing clients in a wide range of delivery accident cases, including cases involving car accidents, bicycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents. We handle New Port Richey Uber Eats car accidents.
- Injured while Delivering for Uber Eats
- Injured by an Uber Eats Driver making a delivery
- Hit by an Uber Eats Driver as a Pedestrian
Contact Weber Law Firm today for a free consultation. We are committed to fgetting you the compensation you deserve.
New Port Richey Boat Accidents
New Port Richey is a waterfront city located on the Gulf of Mexico, which means that boating is popular amongst residents and visitor, and accidents can be a concern. If you were injured in a boating accident or jet ski accident, we can help. Our team has experience representing clients in a wide range of boating accident cases, including cases involving collisions, capsizing, and other types of accidents.
New Port Richey Dog Bites
Dog bites can result in serious injuries with permanent scarring and trauma. Were you or a loved one were attacked by a dog in New Port Richey? Weber Law Firm will help you hold the owner accountable and get the compensation you deserve. We understand the physical and emotional toll that a dog bite can take. Weber Law Firm iscommitted to helping you get the care and compensation you need to move forward. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your case and learn more about how we can help.
New Port Richey Slip & Fall Accidents
Slip and falls can happen anywhere, from a grocery store to a friend’s house. Slip and fall accident can be embarrassing and often result in serious injuries. Hazardous conditions cause New Port Richey slip and falls. Hazardous condition range from wet floors, uneven surfaces, depressions in walkways, slippery substances and much more. If you have slipped, tripped, or fallen and suffered an injury in New Port Richey, don’t hesitate to contact Weber Law Firm for a free consultation with a New Port Richey Premise Liability Attorney. We can help you understand your rights and options and work to get you the compensation you deserve.
What is a Personal Injury Case?
A personal injury case is a negligence action, where the at-fault or negligent party (Defendant) is held accountable for causing personal injuries to another. In Florida, the injured victim (Plaintiff) can demand payment from the responsible party for the damages caused by their actions.
A negligence action has four (4) elements:
- Defendant had a duty to act reasonably under the circumstances as determined by the standard of care.
- The standard of care is exercising reasonable care under the circumstances, as a reasonably prudent person would in the same or similar circumstances. (e.g., The at-fault party has a duty to operate their vehicle in a safe and reasonable manner.)
- A breach occurs when the Defendant fails to perform the required standard of care.
- For example, in a car accident, the Defendant breaches their duty when they operate their car in a negligent manner and rear-ended the person in front of them.
- Cause-in-Fact “SINE QUA NON”
- The Defendant’s failure to act with reasonable care was the “cause-in-fact” of the injury to the Plaintiff.It’s the connection between the breach and the injury or loss that followed.
- Legal Proximate Cause
- The legal proximate cause if the connection between the Defendant’s act of negligence and the harm the Plaintiff suffered.
- Whether the injury was a legally foreseeable consequence.
- Cause-in-Fact “SINE QUA NON”
- The Plaintiff must have suffered an actual loss or damages from the injury or loss.
- These are the actual damages the Plaintiff incurs because of the car accident, such as:
- Economic Damages
- Unpaid Medical Bills
- Wage Loss
- Future Earnings
- Funeral Expenses
- Damage to Property
- Non-Economic Damages
- Pain and Suffering
- Loss of Quality of Life
- Emotional Distress
- Loss of Consortium (companionship, sexual relationship with spouse, etc.)
- Loss of Limb
- Economic Damages
The Plaintiff has the burden of proof and must prove all four (4) elements to bring a successful personal injury case against the Defendant. The Plaintiff must prove their case by a preponderance of the evidence.
Contact Weber Law Firm LLC for a Free Case Evaluation
If a car crash disrupted your life or the life of a loved one, contact a skilled Florida car accident attorney from Weber Law Firm today and schedule a free case evaluation or call us at 727.297.2032.