Helping The Wrongfully Injured Get Fair Compensation
The costs associated with serious injuries can be devastating. Hospital bills and lost income during the initial recovery are just the beginning. Continuing therapy, loss of earning capacity and other expenses can follow an accident victim for a lifetime. At Tanney, Griffith & Bresler, P.A., we have the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to identify and recognize the current and future costs of injuries caused by the negligence of others. We help our clients secure the fair and full compensation they deserve.
Representing People In A Range Of Injury Cases
For more than 65 years, we have helped accident victims get financial compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering. We have decades of experience representing clients in a wide range of accident cases including:
- Animal bites
- Auto accidents
- Negligent security and unsafe premises conditions
- Defective products
- Wrongful death
Our experienced legal team negotiates with insurance companies to find the most cost-effective way to get compensation for our clients. If it becomes necessary, we are always fully prepared to go to court and fight for our clients.
Helping People Injured In Slip And Fall/Trip And Fall Accidents
If you get injured due to unsafe conditions on public or private property, you may be eligible to file an injury claim. This includes more than just injuries caused by slipping and falling because a supermarket neglected to clean up a spill. It also includes things like getting hurt by an overzealous bouncer at a bar. We often take on cases where people were attacked in a high crime area outside of a business or apartment building that lacked proper outdoor lighting or security. In these cases, the property owner is liable for the safety of their guests and patrons. We hold property owners accountable in these types of injury cases.
Compensation For Dog Bite Victims
In Florida, dog owners can be held liable if their dog bites someone in a public place and on private property if the victim is legally on the property. The dog owner is liable regardless of whether the dog has a history of aggressiveness or if the owner has prior knowledge of the dog’s viciousness. However, Florida law does reduce the damages paid if the dog bite victim failed to act with caution or care; if the dog was taunted by the bite victim, the victim is held partially to blame and the compensation for the injury is reduced accordingly.