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What Does a Personal Injury Attorney or Wrongful Death Lawyer Do?
"Colson Hicks Eidson is recognized as one of the top litigation firms in the country, handling local, national and international litigation for a wide range of clients." - Chambers USA
The personal injury attorneys at the Florida law firm of Colson Hicks Eidson understand how hard it can be when you or someone in your family has suffered a catastrophic injury or wrongful death. Our team of personal injury attorneys works tirelessly and closely with our client to make sure they are properly compensated for not only lost income but also receive justice for the suffering and emotional damages that are involved with these cases. To discuss your or a family member’s situation with an experienced lawyer near you to set up an appointment.
Here at Colson Hicks and Eidson, we help the families not just by handling their litigation, but also by helping them secure the support they need in the community. We’ll help families who are caring for catastrophically injured family members find the resources in the community, find rehabilitation people who can come and help work with the families, and generally access the different areas of medical care and facilities that their family member might need.
In those circumstances where a family member was killed, we here at Colson Hicks and Eidson use every resource available to us to make sure that the family is fully compensated for those injuries and for that death. Oftentimes when a family’s breadwinner is killed, it’s devastating for a family, and here at Colson Hicks and Eidson, we do everything humanly possible to make sure that those family members are compensated for the loss of income that the loss of that breadwinner has given.
Additionally, when a family member is killed, certain family members are entitled by statute to recover pain and suffering damages. We here at Colson Hicks and Eidson make sure that is fully compensated to the best of the ability of the negligent party. and that the family has the best possible resources available to it after their case is over.