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How We Work
Let our expertise and experience work for you. Our attention to detail and preparation of your case may allow us to achieve excellent results, even before trial.
A crucial aspect of litigation is knowing how to deal with insurance companies and defense firms. We are familiar with the defense’s tactics and are poised to strategically challenge them.
The best case scenario is that the accident never would have happened. Let us help you get the medical attention you need and the compensation you deserve.
When you call, we will immediately make an appointment for you, and that appointment with the attorney can be in person or by phone. We also make house calls or go to hospitals when someone can’t make it to us. Count on us speaking to you clearly about your case and letting you know what to expect.
We understand these are difficult times but we will help you get the necessary support and medical attention you need.
How It Works
The Call is FREE
The Consultation is FREE
We Fight For You
No Fees or Costs Unless We Recover Money For You
No fees or costs, unless we recover money for you!
In Florida, personal injury matters are handled on a contingency fee basis. No fees or costs unless we recover money for you. If the matter is settled without having to file a lawsuit, the attorney fees are 33.3% of the settlement amount. If a lawsuit has to be filed and answered, the attorney fees are 40%. Investigative or medical costs incurred are additional. After the first $1,000,000.00, attorney fees are reduced.
We make important decisions together. At the end of the successful resolution of your case, we provide you with a closing statement detailing the amount recovered, all of the expenses, what you get, and copies of all of the checks. Without you signing that closing statement the case is not concluded. It is important to us that you make an informed decision.
Let our experience with catastrophic injuries help you or a loved one in a time of need.
Knowing what your options are in serious injuries involving fractures, spinal cord injury, or brain injury is half the battle. In Florida, an accident victim has 4 years to file suit, but only 2 years for medical malpractice. We will speak clearly to you and act in your best interest. Every case is different, so call for a FREE consultation to discuss your options.