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Pembroke Pines Physical Abuse

After an assault or battery in Pembroke Pines or your community, there may be criminal charges filed against the perpetrator. These will usually be prosecuted by the District Attorney's office in a criminal court. If the perpetrator is found guilty, he or she may face jail time, fines, or other punishment. However, even if the perpetrator is found guilty the person who has been injured will not receive compensation or other support from the criminal court. For this to happen, the victim must file a civil claim against the perpetrator and any other liable parties.

If you would like to explore your legal options with a personal injury attorney, contact Flaxman Law Group to review your rights. Your initial consultation with our full service law firm is free and comes with no obligation.

Challenges in Battery and Assault Cases

One of the challenges in assault and battery civil cases is that you may be facing an individual perpetrator who is not insured and does not have significant assets to cover the considerable medical bills and other costs you may be facing. In these cases, it is important to find all liable parties in order to find all possible avenues for compensation.

For example, even if the assault and battery was committed by a perpetrator who does not have insurance, the assault or battery may only have been possible due to a property owner’s negligence in creating a safe environment. For example, if the assault and battery occurred at a bar without adequate security or crowd control measures, you may have a claim against the bar owner. Speaking with a personal injury attorney in Pembroke Pines or your community can help you review what your legal options are after an attack and can help you find out whether there may be liable parties in your case.

Recovery Damages After Physical Assault and Battery

If your injuries were caused by assault and battery, you may be able to recover damages such as:

  • Loss of income potential
  • Lost wages
  • Medical bills
  • Future expected medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Property damage

If you have been the victim of an attack, keep in mind that the financial expenses of your ordeal may be significant. You may have to spend time in the hospital if you have been seriously injured and you may have to lose weeks or even months from work. In some cases, assault and battery leads to permanent injuries such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, or other serious injuries. Seeking fair compensation in these cases is important if you do not want have to pay for these injuries out of pocket.

If you would like help protecting your rights, contact Flaxman Law Group at t 1-866-FLAXMAN (1-866-352-9626) to determine whether you have a case and to find out how much your potential case may be worth. Your first consultation with our law firm is free and confidential, so you risk nothing by reviewing your situation with one of our compassionate and professional personal injury attorneys.