Once a personal injury victim retains Hale Law, an experienced attorney takes over and ensures that appropriate evidence is collected, allowing the victim to get better medically and put their life back in order. During the consultation, the victim narrates their account of the accident and provides the negligent party’s name, phone number, insurance card/policy number, or license/number plate information. The attorney then examines the accident report, medical records, property damage receipts, or police reports. Upon completion, they take over communication with insurance companies, large corporations, or other at-fault parties to build a case for settlement or trial.
Clients of Hale Law benefit from the personal attention that comes from a small firm environment. Attorney Patrick Hale and his team value clients and are passionate about walking with them throughout their claims. They answer questions, offer constant updates, communicate promptly, and resolve individual legal issues.
Suffering an injury from a negligent driver is traumatic, disruptive, painful, and costly. Victims are put out of work and incur significant medical expenses. However, personal injury law allows victims to prove the liability of negligent drivers. The attorneys at Hale Law leverage their years of experience representing insurance companies and injured plaintiffs to fight back unfounded claims of comparative fault. To get victims the appropriate level of damages according to the harm they experienced, the attorneys handle claims of amputation injuries, burn injuries, brain injuries, rollover injuries, spinal injuries, soft tissue injuries, and wrongful death. They pursue negligent drivers responsible for car accidents, bicycle accidents, distracted driving incidents, drunk driving accidents, collisions, crashes, multi-vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, and pedestrian accidents.
To determine the worth of a car accident, Hale Law considers the nature/severity of a victim’s injuries, the cost of current/future treatment, type/amount of insurance coverage, the impact of the injuries on work/life, and many more. The attorneys then pursue legal damages such as medical expenses, lost wages, nursing home care, and rehabilitation care. Punitive damages depend on whether the at-fault driver knew they were engaging in wrongful conduct or were reckless at the expense of other people’s safety. When gross negligence is proven, the attorneys can seek emotional trauma, loss of enjoyment of life, and pain and suffering. Check out the Hale Law website at HaleLaw.com or visit their social media pages to learn more about Hale Law.
Attorney Patrick Hale established the law firm to represent people wrongfully injured by the negligence of others. As a former assistant state attorney, Patrick prosecuted numerous misdemeanor and felony criminal cases, giving him much courtroom and litigation experience. While he has handled hundreds of personal injury cases, he works daily to ensure that all his clients resolve their legal issues.
To learn more about their practice areas, visit their website or call 941-735-4529 to schedule a free consultation. Hale Law is located at 2803 Fruitville Road Suite 240, Sarasota, FL, 34237, US.
Patrick M. Hale
2803 Fruitville Road Suite 240
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