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Personal Injury

For more than three decades, the Law Office of Gloria Seidule has helped countless people in Stuart, Port St Lucie, and Fort Pierce to understand the complex legal rules and requirements implicated by their personal injury. We understand how overwhelming dealing with “the system” can be and know how to take on insurance companies that refuse to settle in good faith. And we work tirelessly to gain our clients the compensation they’re legally entitled to.

Gloria Seidule is an experienced attorney who will fight for your compensation.

Your Personal Injury Lawyer in Stuart FL

If you or someone you love has suffered long-term, severe, or permanently disabling injuries, or if an insurance company refuses to pay, or engages in bad faith tactics, our firm represents your personal interests in settlement negotiations. If the matter must be decided by the court, we’re ready and prepared to represent your rights there, too..
Gloria Seidule is a skilled personal injury lawyer who is always on your side, ready to sort through all the legal details, making sure your rights are upheld, in or outside the courtroom. Her years of legal experience and negotiating skills have made her effective in holding negligent parties accountable. She can obtain a fair and just award for injuries you have sustained.

Contact the Law Office of Gloria Seidule Today

Our firm takes great pride in putting the “personal” into personal injury representation. We know how stressful the process can be. We provide our clients with strong legal representation and the effective counsel they need. If you want a personal injury lawyer who’s ready to fight for you and your rights, contact the Law Office of Gloria Seidule today for a free consultation. We’ll immediately begin to build the strongest possible case that ensures you receive fair and just compensation for your injuries.
This will depend on the statute of limitations in your state. A personal injury case may need to be filed within a year of the accident, or you may have as much as four years to file. You should check the rule in your state to make sure that you do not accidentally waive your rights. There are some exceptions to the statute of limitations, but they are very narrow, so you should not assume that an exception applies. As a practical matter, moreover, you should try to pursue a claim as soon as possible while the evidence is still fresh. This will help you prove liability and the scope of your damages.
The main type of damages is known as compensatory damages, which is further divided into economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages are based on tangible, relatively objective costs and losses, such as medical bills, lost income and earning capacity, property damage, and the costs of future treatment. Non-economic damages are more subjective, covering items such as pain and suffering, mental anguish, and lost enjoyment of life. Damages must be reasonably quantifiable to be awarded, rather than being speculative. If the defendant has acted in an especially egregious manner, you may be able to recover punitive damages in addition to compensatory damages. These are meant to punish the defendant and deter this type of conduct. Punitive damages are rarely awarded but can be substantial, although there are constitutional limits on how much they can exceed compensatory damages.
This will depend on the specific nature of your injuries and cannot be ascertained until your case has been thoroughly investigated. You can ask personal injury attorneys in your area for a rough estimate, based on similar cases that they have handled. However, you should be aware that attorneys are prohibited from promising that they will recover a certain amount or otherwise predicting the outcome of a case. Any estimate that you receive likely will be vague and qualified. An additional question is how much you can actually collect, which may depend on factors such as the insurance of any at-fault parties, their assets, and your own insurance.

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