Children’s Injuries

If your child has been hurt due to an act of negligence, you may have the right to take action against the negligent party. You want to make certain that the lawyer you choose to represent you understands the nuances involved in representing injured children. At Heintz Law, our board-certified civil trial lawyers have decades of experience handling these cases. We know the steps that need to be taken to get all the compensation your child needs and deserves.

Your Child May Need Compensation For Life

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Compensation for past and present medical bills may not be sufficient. If your child has an injury that requires long-term treatment, or if items like replacement wheelchairs may be necessary years in the future, that should all be covered. We take great care to make sure it is, thoroughly reviewing the case to understand all costs — past, present and future.

In Florida, the law requires that children receiving large settlements have a guardian established in some situations. Our child injury attorneys know when and how to address this issue.

Burn Injuries

Burn injuries are among the most common injuries to children in Bradenton, Sarasota and the surrounding parts of Florida. We help victims of burn injuries, as well as victims of traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and all other types of injuries.

We handle accidents of all kinds, including:

  • Day care accidents
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Defective products

Free Consultation — No Fees Or Costs Unless We Get Results

To discuss your case with one of our child injury attorneys in Bradenton or Sarasota, call us at 941-748-2916 or send us an e-mail. If you are unable to come to us, we can come to you.

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