The Jesse James Law Firm aggressively pursues catastrophic injury claims across the State of Florida with our primary client base located in Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, Pasco County, Manatee County, Sarasota County, St. Lucie County, and Palm Beach County. At the Jesse James Law Firm, we win when you win.
Our firm does not treat clients like a number of high-volume plaintiffs’ firms. Our cases and clients are carefully selected, and all of our clients are treated like family members. From the start to the finish of your case, you can expect to meet with me personally, not a paralegal, not a case manager, and not a legal secretary. Simply put, if you hire the Jesse James Law Firm, your case will get the personal attention it deserves.
Catastrophic injuries often occur suddenly and without warning. Many types of injuries exist that are considered catastrophic, but the most common types include brain damage, nerve damage, burn damage, childhood fractures, spinal cord injuries, amputation, paralysis, and tetraplegia. These types of injuries have an enormous physical and financial impact on the lives of not only the victims who experience the injuries, but also the families of the victims. Catastrophic injuries almost always affect victims and their families for the remainder of their lives.
Compensation sources for catastrophic injury victims are not always known immediately after the injury occurs. In some cases, the available insurance coverage for an at-fault party may be inadequate to fully compensate a catastrophically injured victim. Therefore, alternative compensation sources or government assistance is often necessary.
In cases involving inadequate insurance coverage it is important seek all possible compensation sources, including those sources not readily identifiable at the outset of a claim. It is necessary to consider whether compensation is due from other liable parties. A comprehensive liability and damages analysis should consider vehicle defects, roadway defects, product or manufacturer defects, negligent medical treatment, negligent business policies and procedures, building code violations, umbrella policies, and hidden personal assets of negligent parties.
The Jesse James Law Firm has the knowledge and experience to analyze all aspects regarding liability and will pursue commonly overlooked compensation resources, all of which could result in a significantly greater recovery for you and your family.
Catastrophically injured individuals almost always require lifelong care and support. That is why it is so important to have a life care plan for yourself or a loved one in the event of a catastrophic injury. The Jesse James law Firm can put together a detailed planning package that addresses short and long term needs, including lifetime care and nursing.
A carefully prepared and detailed life care plan will take into consideration alternative care measures in the event a victim's family support system significantly changes. Life care plans should be dynamic and continually updated and modified as the victim’s needs change over time.
A carefully prepared and detailed life care plan will consider all costs associated with each aspect of required care for a catastrophically injured person.