Our Practice Areas

Sometimes in life, unexpected tragedies, such as injury or illness, can occur. Oftentimes, this can be a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness, leaving you or a loved one to deal with the consequences and financial burdens entailed. This can include:

  • Medical bills
  • Long-term rehabilitation treatments
  • Loss of income
  • Loss of ability to work
  • Dealing with health insurance companies
  • Mental and emotional trauma
  • Physical disability
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

This is not a battle that anyone should have to fight alone and Anderson Trial Group is here to make sure no one has to. We, here at Anderson Trial Group, are experienced attorneys dedicated to getting our clients the justice and compensation they are entitled to. We focus on two main areas of practice, personal injury and mesothelioma.

Personal Injury Law

Burn Injury

Brain Injuries

Dog Bite Accidents

Bus Accidents

Spinal Cord Injuries

Unanticipated injuries are an almost certain part of life, but the burden of dealing with the financial, emotional, and physical troubles should not be the responsibility of the victim or victims alone. If negligence or recklessness has played a part in a victim’s injury, the responsible party should be held accountable.

That is our mission at Anderson Trial Group. Our attorneys specialize in representing clients with personal injury claims in Florida. We will work tirelessly to ensure our clients receive the compensation they are entitled to following an injury.

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When to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

When an accident or injury has occurred, it is important to determine whether or not a personal injury attorney should be involved. Before retaining a lawyer’s services, always take advantage of an (free?) initial consultation and case evaluation.

An experienced personal injury attorney, such as Robert Anderson, can take a look at your case and advise you on whether or not to involve a lawyer in your case. They can also provide guidance for your unique situation.

Under Florida personal injury law, you may have a legal claim to financial compensation. However, without an experienced lawyer to fight for your rights and navigate the legal hurdles of your case, you will likely end up with a payout that is significantly less than your claim is really worth.

Determining If You Have a Case

Before pursuing a personal injury claim, it is important to determine if there is an actual case to be made. In Florida, a personal injury lawsuit can be filed against any individual or entity that is responsible for causing physical or emotional injury.

However, before taking legal action, it must first be determined if the injuries in the case were caused by negligence, intentional wrongdoing, or strict liability. Having a personal injury attorney evaluate your case can help determine whether or not you have a strong claim. This is why Anderson Trial Group offers complimentary case evaluations. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with a personal injury lawyer in Ocala and see if you have a case we can help you win. Due to the COVID pandemic, we are offering online video consultations as well.

The primary grounds for pursuing a personal injury claim are:

  • Negligence: Any action or inaction that constitutes a failure to provide reasonable care or caution, and causes injury to another person.
  • Intentional Wrongdoing: Purposeful conduct by a person or entity that causes injury or suffering to another person.
  • Strict Liability: Strict liability occurs when a person or entity is held accountable for another person’s injuries regardless of specific intent or negligence, such as a worker’s compensation claim following a workplace accident or injury.

Anderson Trial Group will review your case and determine if it meets any of these three criteria to pursue a lawsuit.

Common Forms of Compensation in a Personal Injury Case

The type of compensation awarded in a personal injury lawsuit can depend on a wide number of factors and will not be the same for every client. However, here are some common forms of compensation for personal injury cases:

  • Monetary compensation to cover medical bills, treatments, and all medical expenses related to the injury
  • Compensation for loss wages due to missing work after an injury
  • Compensation in the event the injury caused serious disability and loss of potential earnings
  • Monetary compensation to cover any future medical or rehab treatments needed
  • Compensation for non-economic damages, such as physical disfigurement, emotional trauma, and pain and suffering
  • Monetary compensation to cover burial and funeral expenses, lost income, and lost companionship in a wrongful death case.

Our other main area of practice at Anderson Trial Group is mesothelioma lawsuits. Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that develops within the mesothelium, a protective line that encases the internal organs. Mesothelioma is commonly caused by exposure to asbestos.

Asbestos is a heat-resistant fibrous silicate material commonly used in insulation. The material is composed of microscopic fibrils that can be released into the air and inhaled, becoming permanently trapped in the body. These fibrils can then lead to cancer, such as mesothelioma.

Who’s at Risk of Developing Mesothelioma?

Fortunately, asbestos is no longer a commonly used building material in houses. However, there are still many ways a person can be exposed to asbestos. In particular, certain jobs can involve dangerously high levels of asbestos exposure, such as:

  • Construction/contract workers
  • Military personnel
  • Factory employees
  • Railroad employees

Even minimal exposure to asbestos can cause mesothelioma to develop within the body. With greater exposure asbestos comes greater risk of mesothelioma. If you or a loved one has been unknowingly exposed to asbestos or faced serious asbestos exposure due to your work, you may be entitled to compensation for your illness.

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Hire an Experienced Personal Injury Law Firm in Florida.

If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, or developed mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure, don’t miss out on the compensation you are entitled to. Contact Anderson Trial Group today or schedule a consultation on our website.

The attorneys at Anderson Trial Group will help you evaluate whether or not you have a strong legal case for compensation and will fight in the courtroom to ensure you get the justice you deserve. No one should have to navigate these legal waters alone and Anderson Trial Group is here for you.