• Brain Injuries
• Burns, Lacerations, And Contusions
• Broken And Fractured Bones
• Full Or Partial Paralysis
• Loss Of Life
It is not always necessary to hire representation to obtain compensation. However, insurance companies and other legal teams tend to take advantage of people, and especially since they only have one goal in mind, which is to pay out as little as possible, so employing an experienced law firm frequently proves to be beneficial. First of all, the Florida legal system is full of complicated jargon and lingo that can leave a person confused and bewildered. Plus, there are the time-consuming tasks of collecting witness testimonies, police reports, and other forms of evidence to build a strong case. Our attorney has over 30-years of experience. He has represented many southwest Florida residents, but rather than continuing to toot our own horn we invite you to check out the results for yourself. The firm services…
• Port Charlotte, Fort Meyers, Englewood
• Arcadia, North Port, Cape Coral, Sarasota
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Don't Make These Harmful Mistakes
Providing false information or making fraudulent claims can be a recipe for disaster. The legal system is not a get rich quick scheme, but rather, it helps victims receive compensation to recover from their injuries. Lying and scheming is usually uncovered, and the judge will throw the claim out. Instead of winning a financial settlement, the plaintiff may wind up with nothing.
Never Post Information About The Case On Social Media
Investigators and lawyers look anywhere and everywhere for things to discredit claims including social media accounts. Therefore, it is vital not to post incriminating pictures, videos, or even messages. For instance, if your injury is serious, and it prevents you from working, do not share a photo of yourself surfing, playing basketball, or partaking in other strenuous activities.
Be Careful Not To Sign Your Rights Away
It is a good idea to let your personal injury attorney review any and all documents before you sign them. Insurance companies use fine printing and complicated wording on releases to eliminate your rights for future injury claims. In many instances, the documents are even used to access medical records, which invades and violates your privacy.
Don't leave anything to chance when health is the main topic of concern. Allow us to exceed your expectations with friendly, professional service, and create a winning plan to get the compensation you deserve. So, avoid delaying any longer, and instead, give our office a call today at 1-888-538-4878.