Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers
Seth M. Lehrman
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman litigates class actions, in Florida State and Florida Federal courts as well as across the United States. He represents consumers and businesses in class action and whistleblower instances to hold corporate and business wrong-doers responsible.
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman also serves as class-counsel in class action situations including concealed fees, unfair insurance methods, defective or dangerous products, consumer scams, deceptive and false advertising, and credit scoring issues.
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman is AV rated by his professional peers through the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ranking system. Relating to Martindale-Hubbell, the “AV” ranking of “Highest to Preeminent” legal capability is a testament from peer lawyers of the very highest degree of professional superiority and of unquestionable ethics. He in addition has been chosen as a Highly Rated Attorney by ALM & Martindale-Hubbell. In 2015 the National Association of Distinguished Counsel chosen Mr. Lehrman as one of the country’s Top One Percent.
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman is seen as an experienced digital discovery practitioner and it is a qualified E-Discovery Specialist by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS).
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman is an associate to The Florida Bar, and different other federal government courts, like the U.S. Supreme Courtroom. He’s also an associate of the American Association for Justice, serves on the AAJ’s General public Education Committee, Florida Justice Association, and Broward County’s Justice Association. The Legal Aid Society of Broward has acknowledged Mr. Lehrman many times for his exceptional contribution of pro-bono legal service.
Among his other activities, Mr. Lehrman likes jogging, paddle-boating and playing lacrosse. He’s an active member with the Parkland Buzzards, a men’s lacrosse team in Broward. He’s coached teenage soccer and lacrosse in South Florida for quite some time as a volunteer. He’s a volunteered member at the Daniel D. Cantor Senior Center, a hub of interpersonal, educational and outdoor recreation for elderly people in the Broward Region, Florida. Mr. Lehrman lately joined the panel of the Cornell University College of Human Ecology Alumni Association (HEAA), to sponsor the college’s objective of “Enhancing lives by discovering and shaping human contact with natural, built and social environments.”
The financial difficulties created by medical bills and lost wages caused by personal injury or a wrongful death of someone you care about, combined with pain and struggling triggered by the injuries can cause terrible problems and heartache for both injured victims and family members. When a cherished one has died credited to severe personal injury triggered by the wrongful doing of another, the grieving family also must cope with the financial deficits for specific things like funeral expenditures and dealing with the increased loss of perhaps the families main income source.
By filing an injury claim, your household may meet the requirements to get some alleviation for your problems. Victims, who document an injury lawsuit filed under Florida legislation or somewhere else, may qualify for damages. This may include money for lack of previous and future income (lost income), bills, suffering and pain, emotional stress,and permanent impairment.
Additionally, in Florida, and also other states, has a particular law, Florida Wrongful Loss of life Act, to give justice in case of injuries that lead to death. A wrongful loss of life civil suit can help families recovering from pain and struggling, lost income, mental anguish, lack of companionship, lost of support, loss of savings accumulations, lost of medical coverage and other expenditures.
Lawsuit Deadlines for Personal Injury Statements in Florida
States have laws and regulations called “Statutes of Limitation” which limit amount of time people may bring injury lawsuits. In Florida, there are a number of different laws and regulations that arranged time deadlines on lawsuits: general Personal Injuries need to be filed with in 4 years and wrongful loss of life cases sets a period deadline of 24 months. It’s very important to find out about your rights once you are able to do so. If the deadline passes, your case may be barred.
Free Preliminary Legal Discussion
Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman has dealt with hundreds of injury and wrongful loss of life cases and also have achieved numerous multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements with respect to our clients. Our initial consultations for personal-injury clients are free. If Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman accepts your case, we are paid Lawyers fees and court costs of suit if we are successful in recovering funds for you. We advance all cost to your case, so it’s cost-free for you to start a law suit with Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers Seth M. Lehrman.
To contact us, please call us or email us with the information given below. We would be happy to set up an appointment to discuss your case with you in person.
Fort Lauderdale Law Firms
Seth M. Lehrman
425 N. Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL