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If you or a loved one have been hurt and seriously injured due to the negligence of somebody else, you may be entitled to compensation.

Serious Injuries Require Serious Experts!

Serious injuries and accidents happen to people every single day, but not everyday does everybody realize that they may be out compensation that they may be rightfully entitled to. Take a look below at a few types of very serious injuries that people endure throughout their life.

- Broken Bones are also considered fractured bones, commonly caused during automobile accidents, outdoor heavy duty activities and slip and fall accidents.

- Fractures are a partial or complete break in a bone. A few common causes of bone fractures are trauma, excessive use of pressure directly on a bone, also diseases tend to weaken bones that can then make it easier for a bone to fracture.

- Amputee is a person who has had a body limb amputated. A few reasons for having an amputation are excessive trauma to a limb causes by an accident, poor blood flow to the limb, bacterial infection that becomes uncontrollable or un-able to heal.

- Memory Loss is the inability to remember events for a long or short period of time. The human body being sick and suffering from illnesses can cause memory loss along with severe trauma due to a car accident, brain injuries, slip and fall accidents, a hard impact directly to the head & also drugs and alcohol.

- Wrongful Death is “denoting a civil action in which damages are sought against a party for causing a death, typically when criminal action has failed or is not attempted.” - Oxford

When a wrongful death act occurs there is usually a wrongful death lawsuit to follow it up.

- Medical Malpractice refers to professional negligence to a healthcare provider that leads to substandard treatment, resulting in injury to a person. Medical malpractice negligence may arise during diagnostics, treatments, check ups, aftercare or health management.

At absolutely NO cost to you, pick up your phone and give The Sheldrick law firm a call for a free personal injury consultation. We’re here to answer your call 24 hours a day 7 days a week.


Personal Injury Lawyer

Phone: (561) 440-7775

Available 24/7

Location: Florida - New Jersey - New York


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