How Can Our Personal Injury Attorney Help Your Case?
Unfortunately, when it comes to injury law cases, the victims often find themselves having to defend their own behavior. Despite another party acting negligently, it is the victim who must gather evidence, secure witnesses, find experts, prepare court documents, file motions, and offer a case at trial. Additionally, large insurance companies are typically involved in injury cases. Despite what their representatives may say, these companies are out to protect only their own interests. They work to reduce the victim’s claim using any tactics possible, and once a victim agrees to a settlement, there is no going back.
The time after an accident should not be consumed with these often complex and frustrating legal tasks. Victims should have the time and energy to focus on what matters most—their recovery and the stability of their family life. A skilled personal injury lawyer can help victims meet these goals. Our Help For The Hurt team has handled countless injury cases for victims just like you. We understand what an overwhelming time it can be for victims, know what a fair settlement looks like, and will work hard to help you achieve the best legal outcome.
FAQs about Florida Injury Law
What is considered a personal injury in Florida?
A personal injury is a physical or mental injury to a person that is the result of the negligence of another.
How do I know if I have a Florida personal injury claim?
You must be able to show that your injuries were caused by the negligence of another.
How much financial compensation can I expect to receive from a personal injury case?
It depends on the facts of your case. There are several factors involved in determining the amount of financial compensation you will receive for your injuries. The factors include the severity of your injuries, the length of time that you are disabled by the injury, the cost of your medical treatment, expected future medical expenses and emotional trauma.
The other person’s insurance company has contacted me and wants me to sign documents and give a recorded statement. Should I?
No one should give a statement or sign any documents without fully considering the legal impact of doing so. Before giving a statement or signing any documents, you should consult with an experienced Florida personal injury attorney. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call us.
Call Our Seminole Personal Injury Lawyer for a Free Consultation
Injury victims may hesitate to call a personal injury lawyer because they are not sure how to find the right attorney for them or because they are worried about the cost. The Help For The Hurt team at DeLoach, Hofstra & Cavonis, P.A. makes it easy. Our firm has been a community fixture for many years, and we’ve had success for injury clients time and again. Check out our client testimonials to hear from them directly. Also, we don’t get paid in an injury case unless you do. Our fee comes from your settlement, and we offer free, no-obligation consultations. Our personal injury attorney can’t take away the pain or loss of your injury, but we can work to help you obtain the compensation you deserve to protect you and your family. Call our Seminole office today at 727-397-5571, or take a moment to fill out our online contact form for a prompt response from a member of our legal team.