What kind of compensation might I be entitled to for my personal injury claim in Florida?

What kind of compensation might I be entitled to for my personal injury claim in Florida?

We understand that every client wants resolution as quickly as possible, with the best case result. Our goal is always to recover the maximum compensation available to our clients, depending on the specific circumstances of their case. A critical component to every case is our investigation into the specifics of your accident, the injuries sustained, and the potential damages that need remedying. We take a comprehensive look at bills, receipts, reports, and other documentation to get the full picture of your case, and just how much compensation will be required to serve you justice. It’s our process and experience that allow us to get you the best result for your personal injury case.

We fight for the recovery of compensation for many types of personal injury cases, some of the most common forms of damages we recover include compensation for:

Medical care Wheelchairs, walkers, lifts, and other mobility aids Property damage
Ongoing and future care Home accessibility renovations Pain and suffering
Home healthcare Lost wages Other accident-related costs
Long-term care facility treatment Future lost income

We advise all accident victims to keep complete records of all accident related documentation, including photos, reports, expenses, and any other relevant items to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.

 

Do you need a personal injury attorney for your accident?

 

Victims can choose to pursue compensation for damages related to an accident or injury on their own, but in most cases they are better served by an experienced personal injury attorney who can fight for the justice they deserve while they focus on their lives. We ensure that you not only have a strong advocate fighting for your rights, but that you won’t pay for our services unless and until we recover your compensation. With our lowercase fee, you receive expert legal guidance without breaking the bank.

In many cases, our clients never have to step foot in a courtroom. We are able to get them the compensation they are entitled to without having to file a lawsuit or proceed to a hearing before a judge. Obviously each case is unique and outcomes vary, but due to our in-depth investigation and preparing a strong case on your behalf, many times we negotiate a fair settlement after presenting the evidence.

People that call us are generally looking for guidance, and that’s exactly what we try to provide for every case we take. They aren’t sure what their rights are, how much they may be entitled to, or how to get the process going. We are here to answer those questions and fight to get you the best outcome, fast. You should contact us to speak with one of our experienced attorneys and get answers to your questions today.

 

How much time do you have to file a personal injury lawsuit?

 

Although the Florida statute of limitations to file a personal injury lawsuit is 4 years, you need to act sooner. If you don’t file within 4 years, you will be barred from filing a lawsuit. There are some incidents that have shorter deadlines, even as little as a few months to take action. For that reason, we encourage any victims to take immediate action and reach out to consult one of our experienced personal injury attorneys. We can help you understand how any relevant time limits could affect your case and compensation.

 

What to do after an accident?

 

Contact us today at 833-569-3335 to get an absolutely free personalized consultation with a lowercase personal injury lawyer. Our attorneys can help you obtain fair financial compensation for your injuries.

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