Are you looking for an accident lawyer in Ortega or the surrounding cities? Florida has close to 250,000 vehicle crashes every year and the most common cause is careless driving, which means the driver was not driving taking into account curves, width of road, traffic, corners, the grade of the road (steepness), and other conditions that effect driving. We are also seeing an increase in reckless driving cases because people are on the phone, texting or otherwise paying attention to something other than the roadway.
Whether you or your family members were involved in a motor vehicle accident resulting from a car crash, truck wreck, bus crash or public transportation accident, motorcycle injury, ATV roll over, accident on your bicycle, accident as a pedestrian, were the victim of a DUI driver or other motor vehicle incident, we can help. Whether or not you know who the at-fault party is, we can help.
Under Florida’s statute of limitations for personal injury cases, you have four years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit. For more information on hiring a personal injury attorney in Ortega contact us!
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Our legal staff can help you get your life back together, by getting compensation for the following:
As personal injury lawyers, we describe what we do as the director and producer of a play – a play about what happened to you. We need you to keep the script. Insurance carriers spend millions to throw mud and attack it and your injuries. Unlike the commercials, they do not act very “neighborly”.
Auto Insurer State Farm admits on their website that even small collisions can cause injury, but we have witnessed them not being a “good neighbor” when you need them most. They keep the money, even though you clearly suffered medical bills and owe them, for as long as they can. Proper documentation helps us help you.