Miami Personal Injury Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

Personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary helps those who have sustained different types of injuries due to another's negligence.

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Miami Personal Injury Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

Serious personal injuries occur as a result of motorcycle accidents (50,000 serious injuries and 2,300 deaths each year), train accidents (820 deaths occur in about 2,500 accidents every year), ATV accidents (97,200 injuries and 340 fatalities in 2015), and boating accidents (4,463 injuries and 701 deaths occurred in 2016).

Mr. Sean M. Cleary and his team have extensive experience providing compassionate assistance to families of victims who have suffered brain injury and wrongful death due to someone else's misconduct.


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What Is the Discovery Phase in Litigation? »

The discovery phase in litigation refers to the pre-trial period during which the attorneys and the parties have the opportunity to find out what their positions are and what they are going to say regarding the case. Additionally, during this period, each party can use the so-called means of discovery, such as requests for production of documents or requests for admissions and depositions. Based on what happens during the discovery phase, parties can decide whether to settle the case or go to trial.

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How to Prove that Someone's Negligence Led to Your Injuries? »

In order to prove that someone's negligence led to your injuries, you will have to show that the negligent person or company had a duty of care which was breached, and the breach of duty was the reason for your injury, which in turn, resulted in financial damages and losses.

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Can You Receive Compensation for Minor Injuries in Miami? »

Yes, you can receive compensation for minor injuries but your claim could have a small value. However, for certain body areas like the neck, even a small injury can cause severe pain, and the healing process can be long and challenging. Therefore, even if your injuries were minor, you should be entitled to compensation for your medical costs, for lost wages, for pain and suffering, and for any other losses.

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Can I Still Recover Compensation If I Am Partially at Fault for the Accident? »

Yes, you can still recover compensation even when you are partially at fault for your personal injury. However, your percentage of fault will reduce the amount that you'll be able to recover. In Florida, your recovery is limited to whatever percent you were negligent. For example, for 25% negligence, your damages decrease by 25%.

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What Is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases in Miami? »

The statute of limitations for personal injury cases, in Florida, can vary as there are numerous exceptions to these laws. However, if you are worried about losing your right to sue, you should consult a lawyer as soon as possible. In general, personal injury lawsuits must be filed within four years after an accident. For example, if you are injured on January 1, 2016, you must submit a Florida personal injury claim by January 1, 2020.

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