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Which areas do you provide legal services?

We help clients all over the state of Florida.  We even help out of state clients who have had an accident in the state of Florida.  Give us a call and see if we can help you.

What should I do if I get in an accident?

Always call the cops out to the scene so they can document the accident and provide paperwork.  This is vital in pursuing a personal injury claim.  If you do not do this, then it is a matter of your word versus the word of the driver you had the accident with.

Exchange all info with the other driver, even if you were at fault.  You will not go to jail for causing an accident accidentally unless you were under the influence or have other pending charges against you.

Try to get witnesses information as well.  This will help with the investigation and proving if you were at fault or not.

How much money can I get for my accident?

The amount of money we are able to get for you depends on many factors:

  • The severity of your injuries
  • What type of insurance policy the other driver carries.
  • What type of insurance policy you carry.
  • How much medical treatment and therapy you receive.

What is no fault in Florida and why do I have to use my insurance if I didn’t cause the accident?

Every driver is required to carry personal injury protection, often called PIP, which is used in case someone is injured in an accident.  You must use this from your own insurance to treat your injuries.  You can also file a personal injury claim against the other driver’s insurance.  Many drivers do not want to file anything against their own insurance for fear of increasing their rates, but in Florida you have to file a claim with your PIP, that is what it is there for.

What if I was not injured in the accident?

Unfortunately, we cannot help with accidents where no party was injured.  This is called property damage and we are specialize in personal injury law.

What if I cannot afford a lawyer?

We do not charge any upfront or out of pocket legal fees.  We work on a contingency basis, meaning we only get paid when we win your case or settle it with the insurance company.