Child Injuries Attorneys
in Lake County, Florida
Injuries to children are especially disturbing for many reasons. A child’s injuries may have profound effects on their physical, emotional, and intellectual development. Very young children are unable to communicate or are limited in their ability to communicate about what they are experiencing. It is essential to carefully evaluate injuries to children and assess the full impact those injuries will have on them.
At Oldham & Smith, we frequently work with prominent and respected physicians, including pediatric psychiatrists and plastic surgeons, to address these issues. We can help you bring justice to those responsible for your child’s injuries.
If your child has been injured in an accident, call today for a confidential appointment to see how we can help your family.
How We Can Help Your Family
Handling a personal injury case on behalf of a child requires specialized skill and experience. At Oldham & Smith, we have helped families throughout Florida find peace after a traumatic accident involving children.
Our team represents children who have been injured by:
Dangerous toys and other products
Children are still developing – that is why injuries can be so much more severe for them than for adults. The care they need to recover fully is often extensive and costly. We want to protect your child’s future by ensuring that you get the compensation needed to properly treat their injuries today, tomorrow, and well into the future.
Contingency Fee Arrangement
Insurance companies are not necessarily concerned about you or your child’s best interests. They may try to offer you a settlement that is far less than what you deserve. Your child deserves thorough care, which will require maximizing the compensation you recover. A Lake County personal injury attorney from our firm can help you fight for the settlement you are entitled to.
Attorneys put up large sums of money on these complex cases in order to hire experts, take depositions, gather evidence, and oppose the lawyers of large insurance firms. The attorney you choose must be able to cover the expenses for such battles. At Oldham & Smith, we operate on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not owe us a fee unless we recover compensation for you. There is no risk in working with our team.
Contact us right away if your child has been injured in an accident.