My physician determined that my injuries from my Florida car accident are permanent. How can I protect my future?
The fact that an injury is permanent establishes certain rights of recovery under the Florida law. That will entitle you to recover, in the event that your case actually goes to a jury trial, certain elements of damages that you would otherwise not be entitled to. Again, the extent of the injury, the extent of the impairment or the limitation, would dictate what the value of that injury would be, and what would be necessary to protect your future. Your lawyer can establish the evidence, the proof that you need to offer in order to protect your future, and can also provide you the value of the approximate settlement, or worth of the case, if the case should go to trial.