As one of the most skilled personal injury lawyers in Miami, Sean M. Cleary is dedicated to helping victims receive substantial settlements that allow them to offset damages caused by their injuries.
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Sean M. Cleary has many years of experience advancing his clients' legal rights in state and federal courts. By demonstrating that negligence caused injuries, Mr. Cleary has helped numerous clients obtain compensation for medical expenses, physical and mental suffering, lost wages, and reduction in lifestyle.
Throughout the years, the status-quo of our law offices has changed and evolved towards a proactive and communication-oriented approach in our efforts to resolve problems and help people.
Our main goal is to offer effective and successful legal representation in state and federal courts in a way that goes beyond individual interests.
Under the leadership of attorney Sean M. Cleary, his talented and competent team of legal assistants works tirelessly in order to respond with the utmost proficiency to any personal injury case in the state of Florida or the United States.
At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, we are always accountable for the information and legal procedures used in every single case we have to deal with.
At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, PA, we have considerable personal injury experience and provide personalized attention, along with skilled and knowledgeable representation, pursuing your rights and interests in even the most complex cases.
Our practice areas include vehicle accidents, defective/dangerous products, aviation and boating injuries, medical malpractice, wrongful death.
If you have suffered an injury because of negligence you may be entitled to reimbursements for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and reduced future income, and diminution in lifestyle.
Our law firm is among the premier personal injury firms in Florida. We accept clients statewide and nationwide. Statewide, we serve clients throughout Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Broward County, and Palm Beach County. The uniqueness of each of our clients and the diversity of cases we have dealt with are constantly keeping us up-to-date with the best legal practices and services in many industries or areas of activity. This enthusiastic legal activity allowed us to obtain important verdicts and many various multi-million dollar settlements in various personal injury, product liability, medical malpractice, and auto accident cases.
More than 490.000 aerospace engineers, miscellaneous managers, and software system developers are employed in the US aerospace products and parts manufacturing industry. When accidents happen, the airlines' employees can seek legal compensation to recover their loss. At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, our specialized attorneys provide legal assistance and representation in the court. We can help you build a strong personal injury case and get maximum compensation for your damage.
In 2014, approximately 12000 young workers were hurt in the U.S farms and there were about 4000 injury cases caused by the farm work. Sprain or strains were the most frequent workplace injuries and they required medical treatment and days away from work.
You should consult immediately our lawyers for a free initial evaluation case if you were injured in a farm accident:
Agritourism companies sustain and diversify our national economy. Agritourism activities must be risk-free and their practitioners must be kept away from injuries and their negative consequences. At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, our specialized attorneys can help you file a lawsuit if you were the victim of common injuries, like:
Workers are provided with appropriate equipment and specialized information in order to prevent workplace accidents. Nevertheless, they are not an exception when speaking of common injuries:
According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, there were about 44,800 young restaurant employees injured in two years’ time.
The manufacturing industry represents about 5% of our state’s working force and supposes diversified tasks performed by the manufacturers. The risks they take vary depending on the difficulty of the tasks. The workers can suffer non-fatal accidents that include days away from work. Among common injuries suffered by manufacturers, there are:
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest report, there were about 2.9 million nonfatal work-related accidents in 2018. If you suffered a workplace injury, you should ask our professional lawyers to help you file a lawsuit and claim damage compensation.
Fatal construction injuries increased alarmingly in 2015. Ironworkers and steelworkers’ fatal injuries went from 28.3 to 29.8, ranking the sixth on the deadliest jobs list with 17 lives lost. Census Fatal Occupational Injuries’ reports show that structure and building workers had a 27% increasing injury rate in 2015. Nonfatal injuries suffered by construction workers that require days off include:
Construction employees are mostly exposed to chronic lung diseases, including cancer and asbestosis, because of dust and chemical substances inhalation (silica, heavy metals, and toxic gases). Because of the exposure to poisonous substances, approximately 50% of construction workers suffer from hearing loss, neurological damage, but also infertility, and chronic pain.
When working in the defense or homeland security industries, you can suffer fatal or nonfatal injuries. At The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary, our experienced lawyers can help you file a claim for damage compensation if you were the victim of common injuries like:
Employment has been constantly increasing from September 2010 to June 2016. The logistic & transportation companies created more than 538,920 jobs. Unfortunately, the employees are exposed to many accidents and they can be seriously injured. The victims are entitled to suitable damage compensation for their loss.
Personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary and his team work in Miami's Biscayne Building, one of the city's landmark places. Being an important historical building, it has become a Dade Heritage Trust inductee in 2005 and is part of the Miami Historic Landmark Building roster. While it may be a historic landmark, the building in which attorney Sean M. Cleary has his office is also the first historic building to get Energy Star status in the Central Business District of Miami, in 2008.