Experienced Lawyers for Seriously Injured People
In only a few seconds, an accident can change a life forever. Especially when serious injuries result, accident victims may find themselves facing multiple surgeries, rehabilitation and lifestyle changes. Many find themselves unable to perform jobs they once held or to participate in activities they once enjoyed.
At The Law Offices of Michael R. Herron, P.A., we help people who have suffered serious injury pursue compensation in Florida courts. Our Tampa law firm combines the work of two experienced attorneys who have handled thousands of cases. We have the knowledge, experience and skills to handle even the most challenging cases.
Our lawyers understand the challenges our clients face. We are dedicated to helping them fight for justice by holding negligent parties accountable for the harm caused. We handle a broad range of cases involving serious injuries:
- Brain injuries/traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis, paraplegia and quadriplegia
- Burns and electrocution
- Lost limbs
- Scarring and disfigurement
Many injuries do not manifest themselves until after the accident. Because of the adrenaline rush people often experience in a crash, they do not realize how badly they are hurt until much later. For this reason, you should always seek medical attention after an accident. Avoid talking with another person’s insurance company until you have spoken with a lawyer, and never settle until the full extent of your injuries is known.
Use Experience to Fight for Justice
To talk with an attorney about your serious personal injury, call The Law Offices of Michael R. Herron, P.A., in Tampa, Florida, at 813.258.4878 or complete our online contact form for a free initial consultation. Telephones are answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Off-site, evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.
We accept personal injury cases on contingency. This means that you will only owe us attorneys fees if you receive compensation for your injury. If you do not recover damages, you will not have to pay.