Attorney at Law
Hi, I'm Domenick Lazzara, a Florida Bar certified attorney at law, and practicing partner at Lee & Lazzara, PA. My areas of practice include disability discrimination, personal injury, life threatening injuries, wage and property loss. Florida Law can be difficult to understand, and you may not be aware of all the options available to you. It's important not give a statement to ANYONE until you've discussed your case with an attorney.
Many times, we as individuals are inclined to push difficult issues aside in the hopes that the situation may improve over time. Sadly, and too often, this is the wrong approach if you are faced with any legal issue. More often than not, your legal problem will not get better by avoidance. It's important that you discuss your options with a Florida Bar certified legal professional as soon as possible.
American's with Disability Act
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against people with mental and physical disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodation, communications, and governmental activities.
Personal and Work Related
In the simplest terms, personal injury disputes arise when one person suffers from an accident or injury caused by someone else, or some public or private entity, that may be liable for the harm or injury.
Auto, Boat and Recreational
If you feel that you have a claim based on negligence of another party, you must act immediately. In every accident case, Florida Law and the Statue of Limitations will govern legal remedies and relief.
Loss of Limb and Wrongful Death
Catastrophic injury is defined by law as any serious injury resulting in permanent disability, long-term medical problems or shortened-life expectancy. These injuries are life altering for the victim.
Know the Law in Florida
The December 2015 changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure narrows the breath of federal tort cases and encourages efficient discovery practice while emphasizing cooperation among the parties...
The first step in assessing the importance of physical evidence in tort claims is identifying what that physical evidence is. Identifying the physical evidence begins with client intake, and just as important, what could have caused or contributed to his or her injury...