Personal Injury Lawyers | Work Comp Lawyers
Licata Injury Law is a division of the Licata Law Firm focused on helping injured clients. Our team provides personalized legal services to guide our clients through their injury cases.
We charge no up-front fees. Our fees are paid from the recovery we obtain for you.
Motor Vehicle Collisions
Motor vehicle injury cases may involve passenger vehicles, motorcycles, tractor-trailers, bicycles, and trains. Working with an experienced injury attorney maximizes your recovery in these cases. Whether you were a driver, a passenger or pedestrian you may be entitled to compensation.
Premises Liability Cases
Premises liability cases arise from slip and falls, dog bites, inadequate security, and defective conditions. Premises liability claims come in many forms. For example, claims may arise from injuries sustained on commercial property or residential property. An attorney well-versed in premises liability claims can help navigate your premises liability claim.
Workers’ Compensation Claims
Workers injured on the job may be entitled to compensation for injuries, disability, and lost wages. Work related injuries may include car wrecks, job site injuries, repetitive motion injuries, and occupational diseases. It is important to know and understand your rights as an employee and the benefits provided under Workers’ Compensation laws.
Product Liability Cases
When a defective product causes injury, individuals can be left with life-altering injuries. Product liability cases include faulty products, defective equipment, inadequate warnings, and dangerous medications. If you were injured by a product, or medication it is important to have a knowledgeable attorney investigate your potential claims.
Wrongful Death Claims
Wrongful death cases may arise from motor vehicle collisions or other cases of negligence. Surviving family members may be able to receive financial compensation for burial costs, loss of future earnings of the deceased family member, loss of household services performed by their deceased family member, and loss of companionship.