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Glover Law Firm Ocala & The Villages Personal Injury Lawyer

Sumter County Golf Cart Accident Lawyer 

Top-Rated Golf Cart Injury Lawyer Serving Clients in The Villages and Throughout Central Florida

At the Glover Law Firm, our Sumter County golf car accident lawyer is a skilled, results-focused advocate for injured victims. With extensive experience handling golf cart accident injuries claims, we will help you get accountability and full financial compensation. To set up a free, no obligation case evaluation with an experienced Florida personal injury lawyer, please contact our The Villages law office at 352-205-4495 or reach out to us directly online.

Common Golf Cart Injuries

Street-worthy golf carts are a very common sight in our region. Indeed, NPR WUFT reports that The Villages is home to more than 50,000 golf carts. While goft carts provide a useful and efficient form of transportation, accidents can and do happen. Unfortunately, a collision has the potential to cause severe injuries, or even death. Some of the most common golf cart accident injuries include:

  • Broken/fractured bones;
  • Soft tissue damage (whiplash);
  • Strained muscles;
  • Back injuries;
  • Concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs);
  • Internal organ damages; and
  • Spinal cord injuries.

Who Can Be Held Responsible for a Golf Cart Accident?

Golf cart accident claims are fault-based legal cases. A defendant is responsible for a golf cart accident only if you can prove that their negligent conduct contributed to your collision. Depending on the specific facts of the case, you may be able to bring a golf cart accident claim against:

  • A motorist;
  • Another golf cart operator;
  • A trucking company;
  • A business or property owner; or
  • A golf cart manufacturer.

A serious golf cart accident requires an in-depth investigation from an experienced personal injury lawyer. If you were hurt in a collision in The Villages, we will help you gather and organize all of the evidence needed to prove liability. 

What Compensation is Available in a Golf Cart Accident Claim

Even after liability is clear, defendants and insurance companies often fight aggressively to limit settlement offers. We can help you get the financial compensation you need to pay your bills and support your family. You may be eligible to recover money damages for:

  • Emergency room care;
  • Medical bills;
  • Physical therapy;
  • Loss of earning capacity;
  • Pain and suffering;
  • Permanent disability/disfigurement; and
  • Wrongful death.

How Florida Golf Cart Accident Lawyer Gordon Glover Can Help

Possessing an AV-rating by Martindale-Hubbell and a proven record of success advocating for clients, our founding attorney Gordon Glover has deep experience handling complex golf accident injury claims. We will take aggressive action to help you prove liability and maximize your financial recovery. Among other things, our The Villages golf cart attorney is prepared to:

  • Conduct a free, comprehensive assessment of your golf cart accident;
  • Answer questions and explain your options;
  • Gather your medical records and document your injuries;
  • Investigate the collision—obtaining relevant evidence; and
  • Take legal action to help you maximize your financial compensation.

Call Our Sumter County Golf Cart Accident Lawyer Today

At the Glover Law Firm, our Sumter County golf cart accident lawyer is committed to seeking justice and fair financial compensation for our clients. If you or your loved one was harmed in a golf car accident, we are here to help. For a no cost, no obligation initial consultation, please contact our legal team at 352-205-4495. With a golf cart accessible office in The Villages, we serve communities throughout Sumter County.

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