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Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Fighting For You

A serious accident has a ripple effect in your life. There is pain and suffering of the injury itself. Then, there are medical bills and lost earnings. A lasting injury affects your job, your family and possibly your future.

After seeking medical help, one of the most crucial steps to take following a personal injury is to seek professional legal advice as early as possible. At the law firm of Law Offices of Sharon L. Azoulay, P.A., we can start building a claim to ensure you are compensated appropriately. We are on your side and will manage everything for you.

If you were injured because of someone’s negligence or recklessness, call us for a free consultation. Our personal injury lawyers take cases in Palm Beach County and throughout South Florida and Central Florida.

Common Personal Injuries We Represent

We work with clients who have suffered any type of personal injuries, including those that are particularly serious or catastrophic, such as:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs): TBIs can range from mild concussions to severe brain damage.
  • Spinal cord injuries (SCIs): SCIs can lead to paralysis or loss of sensation below the injury site.
  • Fractured/broken bones: These can range from minor fractures to severe breaks requiring multiple surgeries.
  • Burn injuries: Caused by heat, chemicals and electricity, burns can cause significant damage to the skin and underlying tissues.
  • Amputations: The loss of a limb due to trauma in industrial accidents or car crashes.
  • Internal organ damage: Blunt force trauma or penetrating wounds can cause damage to internal organs like the liver, spleen, kidneys or lungs.
  • Crush Injuries: These injuries involve a part of the body trapped between two heavy objects, which can cause compression injuries and internal damage.
  • Eye injuries: Trauma to the eye can cause vision loss or permanent damage, ranging from corneal abrasions to retinal detachments.
  • Severe scarring: Whether from surgical intervention, burns or other wounds, scars can have a tremendous effect on someone’s confidence and life.
  • Joint injuries: Damage to joints, such as the knees, shoulders or hips, can lead to long-term pain and the need for surgery or joint replacement.
  • Psychological trauma: Psychological injuries, such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, or depression, can have lifelong consequences.

These kinds of injuries can have profound effects on someone’s well-being for the rest of their life.

The Long-Term Consequences Of Serious Injuries

The victims of serious accidents can be left with long-term needs such as:

  • Continued medical monitoring, future surgeries or nursing home care
  • Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy
  • Wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs and other assistive devices
  • Home modifications, such as ramps, handrails and accessible bathrooms
  • Personal care assistance with their activities of daily living
  • Ongoing pain management, including medication
  • Psychological support for the trauma and ongoing adjustment difficulties

For some personal injury victims, the healing is a lifelong process, and the compensation they receive from the negligent party should reflect that.

Three Decades Of Helping The Injured

Sharon Azoulay has been representing personal injury victims for more than 30 years. She can capably advocate for you in pursuit of your full and rightful compensation. Our attorneys handle many types of injury claims, including:

Our Legal Team Is Committed To Your Recovery

Sharon Azoulay and Adam Azoulay work hard to prove negligence and obtain a settlement that reflects your losses and future needs. We extend a free consultation and we work on contingency, meaning we don’t earn attorney fees unless you receive compensation.

Call our Delray Beach law office today at 786-772-2449 or contact us online. We welcome local residents as well as out-of-state visitors who were injured while vacationing or traveling in Florida.