Selecting the right attorney can make all the difference in the outcome of your Florida personal injury case, whether you’ve been injured at work, in a boating accident, in a traffic collision, or in any incident. With so many legal professionals to choose from, you may wonder who to choose for your case. Here, we break down what you need to look for so you make the right choice for your financial future.
Accidents happen when we least expect them. When they do occur, a Florida personal injury attorney can be important in protecting your rights and seeking compensation for you, so you have the resources you need to heal.
At Flaxman Law Group, our offices in Hollywood, Homestead, and Miami too often see injured people deciding to put off contacting an attorney. This can mean important evidence in their case is lost or that witness memories become less reliable. Flaxman Law Group offers a free initial consultation to anyone who has been injured, so you can speak with a personal injury lawyer right away after your injury, so you can start taking steps to protect your rights to fair compensation.
When you contact a personal injury attorney and decide on pursuing a personal injury case in Florida, you may have different paths available for seeking compensation. In many cases, personal injury claims are resolved through either a settlement or a trial. These are different options, each with their benefits and potential drawbacks.
If you have been injured due to someone’s negligence and are wondering whether to pursue a settlement or a court case, contact Flaxman Law Group at 866-352-9626 or contact us online to schedule a free case consultation. We can review whether you have a claim and develop a strategy for maximizing your chances of compensation.
The discovery process is a fundamental part of civil litigation in Florida. It allows both parties to uncover and gather essential information to build their personal injury cases.
At Flaxman Law Group, for example, we work with a team of expert witnesses, legal research assistants, investigators, and a network of professionals to build strong cases and to work through the discovery process, so we can build strong personal injury cases for our clients.
In most injury cases, you’ll be dealing with insurance companies. For example, if you’ve been in a boating or car accident, you’ll be dealing with the insurance company covering your vehicle or boat.
If your home has suffered damage, you’ll be working with your homeowner’s policy provider. Even if you’re injured by a faulty appliance in your home, you’ll probably be dealing with your medical insurance provider as you seek medical treatment.
There’s no law requiring you to hire a Florida personal injury attorney if you’ve been injured in Hollywood, Miami, or any other Florida community. You can simply absorb the costs of your injury or submit a claim with your insurance company yourself.
Despite this, many injured people call the attorneys at Flaxman Law Group if they’re injured in a workplace accident, car collision, or other situation. Our clients tell us that working with an attorney is important to them.
Patients go to the emergency room when they’re suffering serious, potentially life-threatening illnesses and injuries, including strokes, broken bones, appendicitis, and other conditions. These patients expect timely, quality care.
In some cases, however, the outcomes are not what patients want. Delayed care, misdiagnosis, and other problems can occur in the ER.
If you have suffered a fire in your home, an injury on your property or have been injured in a car accident, you may need to deal with your insurance carrier. This can be daunting for most people, especially those who don’t have a background in insurance law, which is quite complex.
When you are paying for insurance or trying to sign up with a new insurance company, an insurance agent may be very helpful. However, once you need to make a claim, the process may change. Keep in mind that insurance companies make money by taking your premiums every month and by paying out to the least amount possible. The larger the profit margins, the happier their shareholders are and ultimately insurance companies are beholden to their shareholders. Continue reading →