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Recently, a law change in Florida changed the statute of limitations to bring a negligence claim to 2 years from the date of loss or incident.

No; we handle cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that our attorney’s fees are paid as a percentage of the amount we recover for you. If we do not obtain a recovery for you, you do not owe us attorney’s fees.

The statute of limitations for a medical malpractice claim is 2 years from the date of loss, or from the date you knew or should have known injury was inflicted.

No; you are not required to give a recorded statement to the other driver’s insurance company. However, your own insurance company can require you to provide one.

There are many opportunities to settle your case before it goes to trial, such as through a pre-suit demand or mediation. The decision to go to trial is up to you as the client, and you can settle your case at any point in time.

We provide a free case evaluation. Our attorneys will meet with you to listen to your story and get the facts of your case, determine whether there is a cause of action, and advise you of the next steps. Please call our office to schedule an appointment.

Your injuries are referred to as “damages.” Damages are an element that you are required to prove in a negligence claim. In order to determine the damages that you have suffered, you will be required to provide your medical records as a part of your claim.

Paralegals are the attorney’s support staff. They are crucial to the legal process and assist the attorneys in administrative tasks, such as handling paperwork, filing documents, and obtaining client information. It is very common for you to work with the paralegals at a law firm, as they are helping the attorneys prepare your case.

When you have been involved in an accident, it is common for an insurance company to offer you a sum of money and provide you with a release to sign. This may come in the form of a hard copy, or even electronic paperwork asking for your signature. If you accept this check and sign the release, chances are you will be releasing your rights to pursue a claim against the tortfeasor. This means that you will not be able to bring a claim. It is important to contact a personal injury attorney to review the paperwork before accepting any money. That way, the attorney can make sure you are not unknowingly settling your claim for an amount significantly inferior to the compensation you deserve.

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