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What kinds of fees are associated with personal injury lawsuits?

The fees associated with personal injury lawsuits are typically a contingency fee contract is what the client would sign. What that means is the attorney would get one third of the recovery once the case is settled. There’s no fee owed unless there’s a recovery made. The only way that would change is that a […]

What is your process?

My process in representing a client is to get involved very early on so that I can fully investigate the case and make sure all the clients needs are being met. Making sure the client gets all the treatment that the client needs. And that’s important for me to be involved early on and throughout […]

What is your approach?

My approach whenever a client contacts me about an injury case is to first and foremost meet with the client in person right away. I do that whether I need to come to the client, I’m always happy to do that, or of course have the client come to my office. It’s important for me […]

What is the statute of limitations for filing a wrongful death claim?

The statute of limitations for wrongful death in Florida is two years. Whether the negligence is caused by a car accident or a medical malpractice, a wrongful death lawsuit always must be brought within two years of the death or the negligent act.

What is uninsured motorist coverage used for?

Uninsured motorist coverage is used to cover your damages from injuries from an accident if the other driver who is at fault does not have bodily injury liability coverage. Uninsured motorist coverage is an optional coverage in Florida, but every person should purchase uninsured motorist coverage because liability coverage is not required in the state […]

What is the statute of limitations to bring a Florida auto accident case?

The statute of limitations in Florida for automobile accident cases is four years for negligence in general. If the automobile accident case results in a wrongful death, then the statute of limitations is two years. Now what the statute of limitations means is that you have this period of two years or four years to […]

What is the purpose of obtaining uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage?

The purpose for obtaining uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage in Florida is to cover you in case you get hit by a driver that has no liability insurance for injuries. Unfortunately, the state of Florida does not require a driver to carry any coverage for liability coverage, so it is particularly important to carry this […]

What is the first thing I should do if I have been injured in a Florida truck accident?

If you’re injured in a Florida truck accident, the first thing you should do is to make sure that the police are called to the scene, and they document the accident, and that any parties are identified. It’s also important to take photographs of any damage to the vehicles or to your own, document your […]

What is the first thing I should do after a Florida car accident?

Immediately after a Florida car accident, you should notify the police and make sure a police report is done and make sure, of course, you identify any and all other drivers involved in the accident. Also, take photographs of any damage to any of the vehicles, whether it’s outside the vehicle or inside the vehicle. […]

What is the advantage of referring you a case?

When I get referred a case the advantage is that I can immediately get involved and thoroughly investigate the case and pursue every angle available. Over the years I’ve worked for various firms when I’ve owned my law firm for the past eight years, and I pride myself on representing people and communicating with the […]

What is negligent security?

Negligence security is a case that could involve negligence on the part of a property or business owner if you’re injured on that property. You’re allowed to make a claim under the theory that the property owner or building owner or business owner should’ve had security due to the crime in the area and on […]

What is no-fault insurance?

Florida is a no-fault state, so Florida requires you, as a automobile owner, to carry coverage for your own medical bills. Florida no-fault coverage is called personal injury protection insurance. If you own a vehicle, you’re required to carry coverage called personal injury protection, which will pay for your medical bills at 80% and lost […]