Brain Injury Attorney in Port St. Lucie

A serious brain injury can instantly alter someone’s life. They may require special care, and they may end up losing their ability to earn the same level of income they once enjoyed.

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The Law Firm of Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd understands the heartache and anguish that can accompany a brain injury. Whether the injury happened to you, your child, or a close family member, we want you to know that you have access to the justice system to help you recover some of your losses. Filing a personal injury claim can allow you and your family to seek compensation from all at-fault parties. 

Common reasons for a brain injury in Port St. Lucie include:

If you or a loved one have been impacted by a traumatic brain injury, know that you don’t have to go through these times alone. You can work with an experienced Port St. Lucie brain injury lawyer to identify liable parties and seek the maximum amount of damages available for all of your losses. A brain injury can change your life, but we want you to be able to take some of your life back from those who caused your suffering.

Call (866) 460-1990 or contact us online to schedule a free, no-obligation case review today.

Leading Causes of Brain Injuries

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury, accounting for nearly half (48%) of all emergency department visits for serious head injuries. Fall-related TBIs are especially common in children ages 0 – 17 and adults 65 and older.

Being struck by or against an object was the second-leading cause of ER visits for TBI.

Motor vehicle crashes are the second-leading cause of hospitalizations related to a TBI.

Damages Available in a Port St. Lucie Brain Injury Claim

When you file an injury claim against all liable parties involved in your brain injury, you are seeking repayment of the losses you and your family have suffered. This can include financial losses, like the costs of your medical treatment, as well as emotional losses, such as the pain and suffering felt during the experience.

If your brain injury causes permanent consequences, then the party responsible for causing it can be held liable for all associated future costs.

Common damages claimed in a brain injury case include:

  • Repayment of medical bills
  • Compensation for future medical care and rehabilitation
  • Lost wages
  • Recovery of future wages lost because of a disability
  • Replacement of domestic services the injury victim can no longer provide
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of familial relationships
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • Compensation for lifelong disability or disfigurement

When filing a personal injury claim, it is important to not only establish who was at fault but also how their actions directly led to the injury. You must also be prepared to document all damages in full, including the predicted costs of future treatments, income loss, or personal hardship.

A brain injury lawyer in Port St. Lucie can help you identify all responsible parties and document the full extent of your damages. We consult with specialists to help you predict the costs of future care needed, estimate the total wages you have lost — past and future — and place a monetary amount on the suffering and hardship you have experienced.

Options for Seeking Compensation After a Brain Injury in Port St. Lucie

Depending on the circumstances of your injury, you may have different options for seeking compensation from a liable party.

If your injury resulted from a car accident, you will need to establish that you have a “serious injury” in order to seek a claim against the other driver’s third-party bodily injury liability insurance.

If your injury happened because of a slip and fall, your brain injury lawyer will seek to establish that the property owner was at fault by way of premises liability law.

If the injury occurred because of inadequate supervision of a minor or another type of negligence, then we can determine if a business liability policy or a property owner’s injury liability policy would be an appropriate means of recovery.

Intentionally inflicted injuries can pose barriers to recovery if the criminal act was carried out by someone with limited financial means. However, a negligent security claim may be capable of proving that the owner of the apartments or business property where your attack occurred failed to prevent a foreseeable event.

Other common causes of action for a Port St. Lucie brain injury case include medical malpractice, defective products, negligent sports organizations, and other possible defendants.

If you are unable to obtain a reasonable settlement offer from an insurance provider or other liable party, then the brain injury attorneys at Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd are prepared to take your case to court and argue it in front of a jury.

Don’t Go Through Your Tragedy Alone. A Port St. Lucie Injury Lawyer Is Here to Help.

You and your family deserve the peace of mind that comes with knowing your brain injury case is in good, experienced hands. You want to focus on healing and adjusting, so let us focus on the legal and technical aspects required to seek the compensation you need.

Learn more about your legal options and possible sources of recovery for your injury during a free, no-obligation case review. Call (866) 460-1990 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation now.

Verdicts and Settlements


$1.2 Million

Auto Accident Settlement

$1.6 Million

Wrongful Death Settlement

$11.1 Million

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Locations


Ft. Pierce Office
302 South Second Street
Ft. Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: (772) 464-4600
Fax: (772) 465-4747
Port St. Lucie Office
1887 S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
Phone: (772) 344-7770
Fax: (772)344-3838
Okeechobee Office
1910 S Parrott Ave
Okeechobee, FL 34974
Phone: (863) 357-5800
Fax: (863) 763-2237
Vero Beach Office
2101 15th Avenue
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Phone: (772) 794-7774
Fax: (772) 794-7773
Sebastian Office
1561 US Highway 1 Sebastian, FL 32958
Phone: (772) 646-0662.
Fax: (772) 646-0662.