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Personal Injury

injury-150The O’Brien Law Firm handles cases involving personal injuries, wrongful death and insurance disputes.

The firm’s personal injury practice is focused on providing our clients excellent service, results, and support during some of the most difficult times of their lives.

Aaron O’Brien combines real world sensibilities and their legal experiences to provide our clients successful, aggressive and conscientious representation. We combine a thorough understanding of insurance issues and personal injury matters to ensure that every detail is addressed in your case. We are a resource for families when they need us most.

Personal injury cases are typically those cases where you or a loved one has been injured as a result of someone else’s failure to use reasonable care. The types of personal injury cases our firm handles include:

  • Catastrophic injury claims
  • Automobile collisions
  • Premises liability(i.e. injuries happening when you are invited on to someone’s property)
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents

These claims are personal in nature and require an understanding of how your injuries have altered your daily living. An injury victim’s damages may include:

  • Medical bills
  • Future medical bills and treatment
  • Lost income
  • Future lost income
  • Pain and suffering
  • Life alterations
  • Out-of-pocket expenses

Aaron O’Brien helps families who have lost loved ones or seen them injured after the negligence of car and truck drivers.

He has handled wrongful death and Personal Injury cases involving car and truck drivers injuring or causing the death of bicyclists and motorcyclists.

Recently, Attorney Aaron O’Brien, in a car vs. biker crash causing death case, wrote a warning to the insurance company for the driver. Mr. O’Brien asserted boldly that although it may not have been done yet in Florida, he intended to seek and collect punitive damages from the driver, whom O’Brien alleged was texting and driving at or near the time of the crash.

The insurance company bitterly scoffed at such a suggestion. But not anymore – a Twentieth Judicial Circuit court judge here in Southwest Florida has ruled that punitive damages can be sought in a case involving the allegation of texting and driving resulting in the injury and death of a cyclist.