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When the unthinkable happens, do you know where to turn for help? Personal injury accidents occur every day throughout Florida. If you or a member of your family is involved in an accident-don’t go it alone.
At Olowu Law, P.A., we handle personal injury cases throughout the State of Florida. We approach all Personal Injury cases with compassion for our injured clients and are committed to obtaining the highest compensation possible for our client's cases. If you have sustained an injury or have been harmed as a result of the negligence or actions of another, you may be entitled to some compensation. We specialize in handling car accidents, premises liability, slip, and fall, trip, and fall, medical negligence, and malpractice.
At Olowu Law, P.A., we understand that victims who sustained an injury are often too busy trying to recover from the accident and do not consider all the financial issues that arise from having an accident and how much money they might be entitled to in compensation. If you or your loved ones have been injured- contact Olowu Law, P.A., and let us get you the compensation you deserve.
Our promise is simple, Our Service Is Free If We Don’t Win – simply put - you have nothing to lose by contacting us today. We are available 24/7, and if you cannot come to us, we will come to you.
One of the key reasons I chose to start Olowu Law, P.A., was to make sure every client gets a personalized service tailored to their specific needs because if it matters to our client, it matters to us. We want our clients to be heard and understood in an increasingly lonely world. We want our clients to know they- Don’t have to go it alone-, no matter how small or big their case may be. Unlike other law firms, our clients are never just another number or potential income source, our clients are family.
Slip And Fall / Trip And Fall
Property owners – both residential and commercial – have a legal duty to ensure their properties are safe, and free of any dangerous or hazardous conditions that could potentially cause injury to visitors. When you, or a loved one, sustain an injury due to such a condition- Don’t have to go it alone; Olowu Law, P.A., can help you hold the property owners accountable for their negligence.
Under Florida law, you are entitled to recover monetary damages when you have been injured on somebody else’s property, especially if your injuries were due to a hazardous or dangerous condition on the property or that the property owner was aware of or could reasonably be expected to be aware of that hazardous or dangerous condition and failed to repair it. Call Olowu Law, P.A., today, and let us fight to recover the compensation you deserve.
Every day, people suffer accidental injuries resulting from a fall—causing pain and suffering while increasing their medical bills. Before you decide whether you have a case or not, speak to a lawyer. Remember, you don’t have to go it alone - you could be leaving money on the table.
One mistake most people make is to wait too long before speaking to a lawyer; once the accident occurs, contact Olowu Law, P.A., so we can begin gathering evidence to get you the compensation you deserve. Under Florida law, you have 4 years from the date of your slip and fall/trip and fall accident to file a lawsuit. If the accident resulted in the death of a loved one, you have just 2 years to file a wrongful death claim. While this may seem like plenty of time to file a lawsuit, delays can complicate your case by making it difficult or impossible to gather sufficient evidence. So do not waste any time; call Olowu Law, P.A., today; we are available 24/7- and if you cannot come to our office, we come to you.
Is Slip And Fall Accident Common?
Yes, according to the National Floor safety institute, slips and falls account for over 1 million visits to hospitals or emergency rooms. According to the Florida Department of Health, the median admission charge for non-fatal unintentional fall-related injury hospitalization was $46,067; total charges exceeded $3.6 billion. As you can see, you are not alone in your experience and struggles dealing with unexpected injuries. Don’t spend your hard-earned money or get in debt paying medical bills for an accident that wasn’t your fault. Contact Olowu Law, P.A., remember - Don’t Go It Alone.
At Olowu Law, P.A., we understand the emotional, physical, and economic challenges that develop following a car accident. Car accidents are traumatic experiences and are among the leading cause of injury in the US. Most people will experience car accidents at least once in their lifetime, whether as a driver, pedestrians, or even a cyclist. For those who are seriously hurt in a car accident, their injuries can have devastating and potentially life-changing consequences, such as massive medical bills, loss of bodily function, loss of income, ongoing pain and suffering, etc. In fact, the National Center for Statistics and Analysis estimates the economic cost of an auto accident in 2010 to be $242 billion. To navigate this complicated process and reduce the risk, you’ll be held financially responsible for an accident that wasn’t your fault; you need someone advocating for you. Don’t Go It Alone- Contact Olowu Law, P.A., focus on getting better, and we will work relentlessly on your behalf, collecting, analyzing, and presenting evidence to ensure you receive the fair and just settlement you deserve.
Medical Negligence / Malpractice
As a patient, your healthcare providers are responsible for your well-being, and you put a unique kind of trust in them. Sadly, that unique trust is not always rewarded, and the action or lack of action from your healthcare providers can rise to a level of malpractice.
A medical malpractice case could result from claims related to failure to diagnose, surgery mistakes, improper treatments, adverse drug effects, adverse reactions to anesthesia, injuries at the injection or incision site, lack informed consent, improper monitoring, etc.
In the simplest sense, medical malpractice is when a healthcare worker, e.g., a nurse, doctor, or surgeon, makes a mistake that injures their patient. To be successful in a medical malpractice case, the injured patient has to prove three elements:
Negligence- meaning the healthcare provider’s action fell below the standard of care set forth in Florida statutes 766.102.
Injury- meaning their negligence cause injury or death.
Damages- meaning the injury led to damages, and this is not restricted to just economic damages.
If you believe that you or a loved one is the victim of medical malpractice, contact the Olowu Law, P.A., We offer a 100% FREE consultation. We will work vigorously to make sure you receive all the compensation you deserve. Remember- Don’t Go It Alone.
Is Medical Malpractice Common?
Yes, it is commonplace, and you are not alone. According to Institute for Healthcare Improvement / National Patient Safety Foundation, 1 in 5 American adults say they have personally experienced a medical error at some point in their lives. In 2008, according to a study sponsored by the Society of Actuaries Health Section, medical errors cost the United States $19.5 billion. Medical malpractice is common, so if you suspect that your medical provider has committed malpractice, don’t wait, Don’t Go It Alone- contact Olowu Law, P.A., and let us fight for you.