If you have been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, an experienced Broward County personal injury lawyer can help protect your rights. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Florida Personal Injury lawsuits:

Do I have a case?

Many elements will influence the nature of your lawsuit. Experienced Delray Beach attorney, Shane M. Fansworth will investigate the circumstances of your case, including:

How much is my case worth?

This question can be difficult for an attorney to answer without thoroughly investigating the case. Many factors will determine the amount of compensation that you are entitled to if you or a loved on has been injured by someone else’s negligence. These factors include:

Shane M. Farnsworth, experienced Delray Beach personal injury attorney, can help you protect your rights and ensure that you and your loved ones receive compensation for your injuries and loss. Contact him today to start your consultation.

How long will it take to process my case?

As each case is unique, the time frame will vary depending on the extent of the injuries and damage to personal property. Lost wages, medical expenses, and negotiations with insurance companies can also increase the length of your case.

By contacting an experienced Florida personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, you may be able to reduce the time it takes to process your case, and thus, receive the compensation that you are entitled to faster.

What is product liability?

Product liability laws are in place to protect individuals from defective or malfunctioning products. This encompasses everything from tires to medical devices. The laws are meant to ensure that in the event of injury by a defective product, the individual has the right to seek legal reparations for injuries and damages.

Products become defective for a number of reasons, including:

If you or a loved one was injured – or worse – as the result of a defective product, contact Shane M. Farnsworth today to speak with an experienced Broward County Product Liability attorney.