Personal Injury Law
If you are hurt because of the negligence of another party, Tannenbaum Scro Hanewich & Alpert can help you.
Our offices are conveniently located in Sarasota and Clearwater, but if you are bedridden or in the hospital due to an injury, please let us know and we will make arrangements to travel to you for a consultation.
Tannenbaum Scro Hanewich & Alpert assures that our clients receive one-on-one consultation and communication with our clients throughout the case. Our competent staff is always available and provides assistance throughout the case; however, our attorneys will always be the primary contact for our client and always available. We believe that a law firm should be more than a slogan and we will fight for your right to recovery when you are injured. We represent clients in:
- Auto accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Boating accidents
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Negligent security
- Medical Malpractice
- Other premises liability
- Wrongful death
Personal injury cases are subject to time limits, so it's important that we begin discovery, or the process of gathering evidence, on your case as soon as possible. Additionally, evidence may be missing or damaged if you wait too long. Medical Malpractice claims and some personal injury claims against governmental entities involve taking certain action in order to preserve your right to seek recovery. Our attorneys are available to guide our clients so that their rights are protected.
Please contact us today to for a free consultation regarding a personal injury, medical malpractice or wrongful death claim.
What you can recover under Florida personal injury law
In Florida, you can recover the sum of your losses and damages caused by the negligence of another party:
- Past, current and future estimated medical expenses
- Time lost from work, including time spent going to medical appointments or therapy
- Any property that was damaged, such as your vehicle
- The cost of hiring someone to do household chores when you couldn't
- Any permanent disfigurement or disability
- Your emotional distress, including anxiety, depression, and any interference with your family relationships
- Any other costs that were a direct result of your injury