Gallagher and Hagopian can handle your personal injury case in a safe and secure way, every step of the way; from initial contact to the trial.
At Gallagher & Hagopian, we’ve earned our reputation as tough, tenacious attorneys who fight hard for the rights of injured clients. We offer a diverse range of legal services to residents of Bradenton, Sarasota, and the surrounding areas.
A vehicle accident can completely derail your life in the blink of an eye. The moment of impact is only the beginning of a long and tedious process. Before you can get the closure you need to move on with your life, you’ll need to file an insurance claim, establish the details of your case, and, ultimately, get the settlement you deserve.
If you suffered a vehicle accident injury due to so someone else’s negligence, you have a right to compensation. Don’t get stuck dealing with lost wages and medical bills on your own. The insurance companies are not on your side. In fact, they have teams of attorneys whose job it is to ensure they pay you as little as possible. The experienced attorneys at Gallagher & Hagopian will stand up to them and fight for your rights.
Motorcycle accidents often result in severe injuries or death. If the victim survives, high medical bills and long recovery periods are common. In the case of a traumatic brain injury or a spinal injury, the crash victim may require a lifetime of hospitalization and/or therapy.
Unfortunately, far too many motorcycle accidents result in a fatality. Although no amount of compensation can make up for the loss of your loved one, a successful wrongful death suit can hold the at-fault party liable and help you get a full and fair recovery.
Many motorcycle accidents are caused by reckless or inattentive drivers. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident caused by another party, you deserve compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills. Our attorneys will fight hard to make sure you get it.
A landlord or property owner’s failure to maintain a safe property can lead to serious injuries. The most common type of premises liability injury is a slip and fall. This often results in back injuries, knee or ankle injuries, and other ailments that can create long-term effects. Before a victim can claim damages, Florida law requires proof that the property owner knew of the dangerous situation and had sufficient time to remedy it before the injury occurred. This makes receiving proper compensation extremely difficult without the help of a skilled attorney.
Injuries incurred in swimming pools often result in paralysis or death by drowning. A qualified premises liability attorney can help you or a loved one receive compensation for medical expenses and lost wages. In the case of a fatality, you may also recover funeral costs.
Animal bites are another common type of premises liability injury. These attacks can cause disfiguring scars, the loss of fine motor skills, or even death. Our attorneys can assist you in filing all the necessary paperwork and pursuing compensation.
Work-related accidents and injuries can cause pain and suffering and rob you of your ability to work. When you’ve suffered from an on-the-job injury, worker’s compensation is your first line of defense. However, many workers who are injured on the job don’t receive the full compensation they deserve. Medical reimbursement paperwork is often confusing. Inappropriate denial of coverage is also far too common. This is why it’s so important to have an experienced attorney on your side.
Some work-related accidents are clear-cut. However, if you’ve been in an accident while driving or riding in a company vehicle, you may find that you’re getting the runaround from your employer and their insurance provider. Instead of dealing with the anxiety of trying to figure out who should pay for what, turn the case over to one of our qualified injury attorneys. We’ll fight for you so you can relax and focus on healing.
When you have a medical issue, your trust your healthcare providers to make sound decisions. Unfortunately, medical malpractice has become one of the highest causes of injury and death in the United States each year.
Improper dispensing of medication, mistakes made by surgeons and anesthesiologists, and misdiagnosis are all common examples of medical malpractice. Failure to give “informed consent” is also a form of medical malpractice, even if the provider performs a flawless procedure.
In the state of Florida, you must file a medical malpractice claim within two years from the time you discover the injury. If you’re still recovering, you don’t have to wait. Simply contact us and our attorneys will come to you!
Personal injury law refers to any kind of injury to the body, mind, or emotions that is caused by someone else’s carelessness or neglect. This includes wrongful death.
A personal injury can happen at any time, as a result of a wide variety of circumstances. Some examples include car seat injuries, motor vehicle defects, gas tank explosions, or exposure to toxic materials or chemicals. These accidents often result in serious long-term injuries like loss of vision or hearing, severe burns, whiplash, or concussions.
An experienced injury law attorney can help you prove the other party’s liability so you can receive proper compensation for your medical bills, co-pays, and deductibles. To make you whole, your injury lawsuit may also include a request for compensation for damage to your personal belongings, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
When your freedom is on the line, only the best will do. Don’t make the mistake of relying on a public defender. Board-certified criminal defense attorney Greg Hagopian fights hard to protect the rights and freedoms of every defendant he represents.
He has extensive experience in a variety of criminal law cases, including murder, drug trafficking, sexual battery, shoplifting, and DUI. As a former prosecutor, he understands the inner workings of the criminal justice system and knows how to apply this knowledge to help his clients receive the best possible outcome.
A felony charge brings serious penalties including long prison sentences and large fines. You may also lose your right to vote, the right to possess firearms, and more. Now is not the time to cut corners. You need a tough and dedicated criminal law attorney who is committed to defending your rights.