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Has the negligent or reckless behavior of another person left you injured? Since 1995, the experienced personal injury lawyers at Viles & Beckman, LLC have helped clients recover the financial assistance they need in the aftermath of an unfair or unexpected injury. Your story is worth our time and attention. We know that no two injuries are quite alike and that the same accident might involve numerous, complex areas of law. That’s why the legal team you choose should be a deeply experienced one.
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Why Clients Trust Viles & Beckman, LLC:
- We don’t get paid unless we settle your case or win at trial
- Attorney Marcus W. Viles is a Board-Certified Civil Trial Attorney
- Attorney Michael Beckman has achieved some of the largest monetary verdicts in FL history
- We offer more than 40 years of experience to our clients
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Common Injuries We Specialize In
When it comes to personal injury law, there tend to be certain injuries that will come up more frequently in cases than others. Viles & Beckman pride themselves on their experience when handling cases that feature these severe injuries. Our lawyer’s specialty in handling cases such as these can give you invaluable insight regarding your case and pursuit of compensation for the damages that you suffered.
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Possibly one of the most severe and common injuries that our lawyers will see as part of personal injury claims are traumatic brain injuries. These injuries typically inflict damage that can potentially cause long-term issues with the brain and its cognitive functions leading to permanent disability. A traumatic brain injury is defined as an injury where the brain is damaged as a result of direct forces that act upon the skull. Common traumatic brain injuries include concussions, brain contusions, and coup-contrecoup injuries.
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Damage to the back is quite common across a number of different accident types and can potentially be quite severe. Damage inflicted on the back can cause soft tissue injuries where muscles and tendons in the back are damaged. In other instances, the spine itself can end up compromised when bones such as the vertebrae are broken, fractured, or dislocated because of trauma. This can lead to damage to the spinal cord itself which is considered to be especially severe since these injuries can result in paralysis, loss of sensation, and incontinence that can end up being permanent.
Broken or Fractured Bones
Intense trauma is common among a number of accident types and commonly leads to bones being broken or fractured. Typically, these kinds of injuries are fairly straight forward with a person having the bone set in a cast where it heals completely after a couple of weeks. While this is the case for many instances of broken or fractured bones, there are some cases where the damage is a little more complex. For example, the elderly that suffer broken bones sustain much more damage since their bones are much frailer and their bodies heal much slower.
Consider Viles & Beckman as Your Accident Claim Representation
Unlike many other law firms, we do not dismiss case inquiries just because they involve relatively modest damages. Likewise, we are not afraid to take on extremely complicated or unusual cases. Our combined experience, with more than 40 years of practice in Florida personal injury law, has equipped us to competently and strategically handle virtually any kind of personal injury claim. Every victim deserves justice. Every person deserves to be heard. Don’t give up on your claim until you’ve at least scheduled a free case review with our office first.
About the Author of this Page: The above information was written or reviewed by one of the attorneys at Viles & Beckman LLC who have a combined experience of nearly 60 years: Marcus Viles, Michael Beckman or Maria Alaimo. The information provided in this article comes from years of experience trying legal cases outside and inside courtrooms throughout Florida along with extensive research.