Fighting For Crime Victims In Southwest Florida
As personal injury attorneys, we help victims of many types of situations that have caused them a serious injury or, in some cases, even their death. We have spent decades fighting for the rights to financial compensation for motor vehicle crash victims, people who have suffered an injury from slipping and falling, construction accident injuries and other cases in which someone acted in a negligent or careless way.
But many people don't realize that Goldberg Noone Abraham attorneys also fight for justice for people who have been victimized by someone committing a violent crime against them.
There are many circumstances where a person can be injured because they were the victim of a crime.
- Shooting victims
- Sexual assault victims
- Assault and battery victims
- Drunk driver victims
- Child molestation victims
There are still other situations in which you may have been injured by a reckless act performed by someone else, like drivers who cause automobile crashes because they were driving drunk, under the influence of drugs or distracted by their cellphones.
Many crime victims have no idea what to do when they are victimized by a violent criminal act and may not realize they have legal rights as well. Our job is to fight for financial compensation to help you with things like medical bills, emotional and mental distress, and other economic hardships caused by the criminal act.
Additionally, one of our firm's managing partners, Scot Goldberg, was an assistant state attorney prior to opening his private practice. In that role, Scot prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases and gained immeasurable experience that helps our efforts in civil criminal cases.
Other Victim Resources
We can also help you find other resources for crime victims. There are several local, state and federal programs that have been established to provide help to those victimized by a criminal act, and we know the most advantageous ways to connect our clients to those resources to begin to put their lives back together.
The Florida Attorney General's Office has a comprehensive library of available information about what to do if you're a victim of a crime – you can find it here.
One Call Will Answer All Your Questions
It never costs a thing to call and speak with an attorney about your situation. We'll gladly sit down with you to review all of your possible options, and we can guide you through what you should do to ensure your legal rights are fully protected. Call our main office in Fort Myers at 239-461-5508, or just complete this simple form, and an attorney will contact you directly.
Crime victims have rights in Florida, and we're here to make certain our clients are never pushed aside or forgotten.