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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is my personal injury case worth?

The value of a personal injury case depends on various factors, including the severity of your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Each case is unique, and we will thoroughly evaluate your situation to determine a fair and accurate estimate of your claim's worth.

What should I do immediately after an accident?

Immediately after an accident, follow these steps to protect your health and legal rights

How will I pay my medical bills?

There are several ways to cover medical expenses while your case is pending. These include using your health insurance, MedPay coverage from your auto insurance, or arranging for medical providers to receive payment from the settlement. We can help you navigate these options to ensure your bills are

How much will this cost me?

Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay nothing upfront. We only get paid if we win your case. Our fee is a percentage of the settlement or verdict we secure for you, so there are no out-of-pocket expenses for you.

I'm not happy with my current lawyer. Can I change attorneys?

Yes, you have the right to change your attorney at any time during your case. It's important to have a lawyer who you trust and feel comfortable with. If you decide to switch to our firm, we will handle the transition smoothly and ensure there is no disruption to your case.

How long will my personal injury case take?

The duration of a personal injury case varies depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the case, the severity of the injuries, and the willingness of the insurance company to settle. On average, cases can take anywhere from a few months to a couple of years.

What is Personal Injury in Florida?

Personal injury in Florida refers to physical or psychological harm caused to an individual due to the negligence or wrongful actions of another party. This area of law is designed to help victims receive compensation for their injuries and losses.