Frequently Asked Questions
Technically no, but some injuries start giving symptoms even weeks after an accident. So even though you may think you were not injured, you might just be. That is why it is so important if you are experiencing any discomfort after an accident that you go see a doctor.
It depends, the vast majority of cases take at least a few months, however, this all depends on your injuries, your treatment schedule and what your treatment consists of.
Nothing, we will do everything for you. The only thing you have to do is get treatment for your injuries and feel better.
Over 90% of these cases never make it to court, however, there is a small chance you may go to court over it.
Maybe, it really depends on a few factors. If you have any proof that you were not at fault (witnesses, dash cams, etc) you may be able to get the police officer to change it. It also depends on whether you were the only one to get a ticket at the scene because if the other vehicle did as well then they may be liable for at least part of your injury.
Maybe, normally you have about two weeks to go to see a doctor about your injuries after an accident. However, there could be some exceptions and it is much more case specific.
It depends, hospitals are more for emergency situations, so if your injuries are not quite emergencies but you are injured you can go to an urgent care which is usually cheaper and the lines are shorter.
No, these type of claims are run on a contingency fee, so I will only charge if I make you money. These fees are pretty standard across the country and usually, ranging from 33.3% to 40%
There are too many factors to truly guarantee any amount. It is all contingent on your injuries, how much the insurance policy of the at-fault is worth, how much your bills are, how much at fault you were, etc. If any attorney ever guarantees you a certain amount you should be wary.
No, your insurance will not go up for making a claim for your injuries. However, your insurance may go up just for being in an accident, independently from whether you make a claim or not.
We specialize in personal injury (accidents, slip and falls, etc) but as with all lawyers in the state of Florida we must know all types of law. So if you have another type of case do not hesitate and call us, as we may be able to help you or at least give you some guidance as to what you should be looking for.