What Types of Personal Injury Cases are There?

The most common types of personal injury cases are car accidents, wrongful death, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, defective products, trucking accidents, and premises liability. If you’ve been injured through someone else’s negligence, your case probably falls into one of these categories. You deserve compensation and need quality representation. If you have more Learn More “What Types of Personal Injury Cases are There?”

What is a Personal Injury?

Personal injury is an area of law which allows an injured person to seek remedies for losses sustained due to someone else’s negligence. Such as when you are injured as a result of another person’s negligence or as the result of a defective product. So if you or a loved one has been injured and Learn More “What is a Personal Injury?”

Will My Case go to Trial?

The vast majority of personal injury cases settle before trial. However, you have to prepare your personal injury case as if you are going to trial. If both parties fail to reach an agreement on the appropriate compensation amount, the case will go to trial. You will want an attorney in your corner who will Learn More “Will My Case go to Trial?”

What is a Contingency Fee?

A contingency fee is a percentage that is charged from the final settlement. Usually, the contingency fee is 33% or 40%. The Florida Bar governs the contingency fee a personal injury attorney may charge a client. This fee is collected from the defendant NOT our clients. We get paid only if we win a settlement Learn More “What is a Contingency Fee?”