Ask Our Tallahassee, Orlando & Jacksonville Personal Injury Attorneys

If you’ve been injured and someone else was at fault, you may feel confused as to what to do or where to turn. To help, we have included some frequently asked questions (FAQs) we’ve encounter as personal injury attorneys. Serving Orlando, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and all of Florida, our team is here to help however we can. Please feel free to look over the following questions and answers, or call our offices at (850) 777-7777 or (407) 917-9697 for a free consultation and get answers to your specific questions. We are here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to talk about your case and concerns.

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We represent people who have been hurt. Very often it’s a personal injury, where their bodies have been hurt. Sometimes they need our help recouping a financial loss. Whether it’s a car accident, sexual assault, or shareholder dispute, our firm takes away the stress and pressure of a legal claim so you can get back to your life.
Call, text or email us anytime, 24/7/365. There is no cost for a case evaluation and all consultations are free. If we cannot assist you, we’ll tell you why or refer you to someone we know and trust.
We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we get paid out of what we collect for you. The fee is a percentage of the total recovery and it varies, depending on the stage the case is in when it is resolved, which could be through a settlement or trial. If we don’t recover for you, you owe us nothing.
We use a full court press strategy to drive your case by putting pressure on the insurance company to resolve the matter from day one. If a case can be settled without having to file a lawsuit, it can typically be resolved within 10-11 months. If a lawsuit is filed and the case is litigated, that usually takes two or more years. Our attorneys know how to move cases and like you, they have no incentive to delay.
Attorneys are not permitted to loan or advance money to clients, but we are often able to help you get the medical treatment you need, even if you cannot presently afford it. You are not in this alone. Talk to your attorney about your specific needs and let him or her help get you peace of mind.