Disability And Injury Article Collection
When you suffer an injury that keeps you from work or you are hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you have rights to compensation. Learn more about those rights and how to protect them with help from this informative collection of articles by our experienced disability and injury attorneys.
Atrial Fibrillation and Disability | AF | A-Fib Attorney in Pensacola
Atrial Fibrillation and Disability: heart problems such as AF or A-Fib may qualify for long term disability benefits and Social Security SSDI and SSI.
Borderline Personality Disorder and Social Security Disability
Borderline Personality Disorder and Social Security Disability: claimants can qualify for SSDI and SSI for mental health impairments, including BPD.
Autism and Disability
Autism and Disability: Autism may be eligible for Long Term Disability benefits, Social Security Disability, SSDI or SSI benefits.
Agoraphobia and Disability
Agoraphobia and Disability: agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder defined by its panic attacks of intense fear and may be eligible for disability.
Paralysis in Accidents
If you or a loved one has become paralyzed as the result of the negligent or wrongful acts of another in Florida, the dedicated Pensacola catastrophic injury Ortiz Law Firm can help.
Many accidents resulting in traumatic injury can be treated appropriately in hospital emergency departments.
Damages in a Personal Injury Claim
This article focuses on the basic types of damages that one injured in a car accident may seek as compensation for one’s losses.
The Litigation Process in Florida
The process for filing and winning a lawsuit in Florida is very complex. Here, attorney Nick Ortiz gives an overview of what happens to your claim.
If you or a loved one was involved in an accident that resulted in a broken ankle , you will need to have your case handled by an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Types of Injuries with Dog Bites and Dog Attacks | Pensacola Attorney
Dog bite injuries include puncture wounds and tears, scarring, emotional and psychological trauma, head and brain injuries, and broken and crushed bones.