Get Answers To Your Florida Personal Injury
Below are answers to frequently asked questions about personal injury in Florida.
What Types Of Compensation Can I Recover For My Auto Accident Injuries?
Many injured parties can recover compensation for lost income, medical expenses, loss of earning potential, relocation and renovation expenses, loss of consortium, and pain and suffering. When representing injured parties, our goal is to obtain the maximum compensation you need. This includes all current and future economic and noneconomic costs associated with your injury.
How Long Do I Have To File A Personal Injury Case For My Slip-And-Fall Injury?
For most personal injury cases in Florida, a person has four years from the date of their injury to file a claim. You should never delay, despite the time frame because the longer you wait, the harder it may be to gather evidence and build your case.
Do I Really Need An Attorney To Handle My Personal Injury Case Or Can I Just Handle It On My Own?
You are not required by law to get an attorney to handle your case if you have been given an offer by an insurance company. However, hiring a lawyer who knows the laws can ensure that no deadlines are missed or insurance companies are not taking advantage of you and offering you a lowball settlement offer for your injury.
What Are Contingency Fees And How Do They Apply To Personal Injury Cases In Florida?
Contingency fees are the method in which you pay a lawyer in your personal injury claim. This type of payment means that you only pay your attorney if they win your injury case for you. You pay nothing upfront.
Our Knowledge Can Be Your Benefit
If you have specific questions about your personal injury claim, contact us today. Schedule a consultation to ask pertinent questions pertaining to your accident. Call 305-703-5397 or email us here to take the first step.
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