Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney
Highly Qualified. Highly Experienced. Highly Specialized.
If you have been involved in an accident, or if a loved one has sustained
serious injuries due to someone else’s negligence, you may be feeling
overwhelmed, uncertain, or unsure about your next steps. As an innocently
injured victim, you may be eligible to file for a full financial recovery
by way of a personal injury claim.
Attorney Bryan D. Caulfield has helped represent thousands of individuals throughout Clearwater and
other areas in Southwest Florida and the Tampa Bay.
- What sets the firm apart?
4,800 cases successfully handled
- Available 24/7
Millions of dollars recovered for past clients
no fees unless a recovery is made for you
- Daily Business Review Florida Verdicts Hall of Fame, 2015
- American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys "10 Best - Florida"
for Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service/Client Satisfaction
Mr. Caulfield has handled complex cases involving personal injury and
since 1988. He is widely considered to be among the
leading trial lawyers in the area and is one of the very few attorneys who obtained a
Board Certified Specialization in the area of civil trial law. His specialized knowledge, extensive experience,
and expert qualifications set him apart from many firms in the area; however,
it is steadfast commitment to the well-being of his clients that makes
him the preferred choice in legal representation for individuals in the
How Much is My Injury Claim Worth?
Every injury claim is different, and there is unfortunately no exact formula
to calculate the amount that a settlement will be worth. A settlement
will depend on each unique circumstance leading up to your injury. However,
every injury claim has a common factor that is used to distinguish payout
amounts: special damages and general damages.
Special Damages: These damages are also referred to as “economic damages”.
These types of losses are measured by the amount of money that you lost
and will continue to lose due to the negligent accident. Special damages
include medical bills and lost wages.
General Damages: These types of damages are also known as “non-economic damages.”
These losses are intangible and signify what you have endured and will
continue to endure in the future. General damages include pain and emotional trauma.
Should I Hire an Attorney for My Personal Injury Case?
Unlike insurance companies, our Clearwater personal injury attorney is
a true advocate on your side, dedicated to fighting for your best interest
every step along the way. Insurance companies are usually looking out
for what will save their company time and money, not what you need in
order to recover well from your injuries. Attorney Bryan Caulfield will
fight to protect your rights and help you recover the maximum amount of
compensation. Call us today to get started on your case.
How Long Is The Statute Of Limitations In Florida?
According to the Florida Statutes section 95.11(3)(a) the statute of limitations
for personal injury cases in Florida is four years. This means you have
four years from the date of your injury to file a claim or you will lose
your right to do so and your right recover compensation.
Florida does recognize some exceptions to this four-year rule, depending
on the specifics on your case. If you are unsure of how the statute of
limitations may affect your case, contact our firm today to speak to an
attorney. We offer free, no-obligation consultations so you have nothing to lose!
No matter the injury, our
Clearwater injury attorneys have the experience you need to help you achieve maximum compensation
for your losses. Contact our trusted team to begin discussing your case
and finding justice!
- Cases We Handle
Auto Accidents- Motor vehicle accidents are some of the most common reasons for death
in the United States. These unfortunate events can happen as a result
of distracted driving, drunk driving, aggressive drivers, dangerous road
conditions, and many more. If you or a loved one was harmed in a car crash,
you may have grounds for compensation.
Boating Accidents- Florida has some of the most beautiful water destinations in the world,
but this also means that the amount of incidents that happen on the water
are frequent. There are hundreds of fatalities that occur as a result
to negligent behavior in boats, every year. Hold the responsible parties
liable for you or your loved ones' injuries.
Defective Products- When you buy a product, the last thing that you expect is for that item
to cause you harm. When you have been injured due to a defective product
or a malfunctioning product, you can hold the manufacturer responsible
for your damages.
Medical Malpractice- Medical malpractice occurs when a patient was unreasonably harmed by
a medical professional who did not adhere to a required standard of care.
If you or a family member are suffering from injuries due to malpractice
from a doctor, you have the right to seek justice for your suffering by
filing a medical malpractice claim.
Workers' Compensation- When you are injured on the job, you may not feel like you have a lot
of people supporting you during your recovery. Employers have the responsibility
to compensate you for your injuries when you are caused harm in the workplace.
Workers' compensation laws in Florida may be complex, but our attorney
has the experience that you need to seek justice and compensation for
We Handle Many Types of Injury Claims
When you are injured due to negligence, the cause of your injury may be
the result of many different types of accidents. It is normal for victims
of negligence to be faced with several questions about their injuries,
and our Clearwater injury attorneys help accident victims by providing
resources to these questions in our blog.
Learn More About Your Accident using our Resources: