The firm’s experienced attorneys have a proven track record of success in personal injury cases in Southwest Florida. We combine our extensive experience in this practice area with a sincere dedication to making client’s interests our top priority.
Medical problems incurred can appear months or even years after the original accident, effecting your financial stability through costly medical bills and decreasing your earning potential. That’s why we analyze every detail of your case, negotiating with insurance companies on your behalf to ensure fair compensation for your losses, even if you’re partially to blame for the accident.
We take into consideration several factors to determine fit compensation, including:
- The Extent of Injuries
- Physical and Mental Pain and Suffering
- Impairments and Disfigurements
- The Amount of Medical Treatment Required
- The Length of Medical Treatment Required
- Economic Hardships
- Financial Loss
- Impairments and Effects on Earning Potential
Many injury claims can be settled outside of the courtroom through negotiation, mediation or arbitration. However, if your case is complex, it may require you to participate in legal proceedings. Our firm focuses our substantial resources and expertise on each client to handle your case from inception to resolution without turning it over to a paralegal.
Our firm is dedicated to the individual client’s best interests. We will provide you with a free, no obligation evaluation of your prospective personal injury claim. We strictly follow the Rules of Professional Conduct for Florida attorneys, written by the Florida Bar, and no attorney’s fees are paid unless a settlement or jury verdict is secured. That’s why we accept a contingency fee, meaning if no compensation is recovered, then no fees are charged for our legal services. We will also be reimbursed for all the costs we advance on your behalf. This allows you and your family to receive assistance at a time you need it most. Our contingency fee agreements are always carefully reviewed, line by line, with the client before the agreement is signed by both client and attorney.