We all get injured at one time or another. Whether it’s a simple slip and fall, a vehicle accident or some other kind of incident, it happens to all of us. Whether you think your injury was the result of a simple Truck and Car accident or if it seems inconsequential, you may still be entitled to compensation if you miss work, incur medical bills, suffer from pain or develop some kind of permanent disability.
We here at the Law Offices of Stephen K. Miller seek to make sure that victims of personal injuries receive the compensation that they deserve for their troubles.
We are so committed to making sure that our clients get what they are entitled to that we accept all personal injury cases on a contingency basis, meaning that if we don’t collect damages for you, we charge no costs or fees. Essentially, if we don’t win, we don’t get paid.
WE ACCEPT PERSONAL INJURY CASES STATEWIDE!
In addition, if you are injured and unable to come to our office, we will travel to visit you at home or at the hospital. Be advised that all personal injury lawyer cases are subject to one or more statutes of limitations. If you do not file your case within the legal time frame, your case could be permanently barred. Do not hesitate to contact an attorney, or your opportunity to seek compensation could be lost.
TYPES OF CASES WE ACCEPT:
• Transportation Accidents
• Car Accident
• Motorcycle Accident
• Truck & Semi Accident
• Common Carrier Accident
• Airplanes Accident
• Boating / Watercraft Accident
• Train Accident
• Defective Products / Product Liability
• Slip / Trip and Fall
• Dog Bites
• Premises Liability
• Intentional Torts (Battery, etc.)
Note: This list is not all-encompassing. Just because your matter does not appear on this list does not necessarily mean that it is without merit. Please contact our office to speak with an attorney to discuss your case.
AUTO ACCIDENTS DO’S AND DON’TS:
• Call the police
• Immediately seek medical attention
• Log the symptoms of your injuries
• Gather as much information about the accident as possible
• Take pictures of the scene of the accident, property damage, and your injuries
• Admit fault
• Speak to an insurance adjuster
• Accept a check from an insurance adjuster without consulting an attorney
• Sign anything from an insurance company without first consulting an attorney
• In vehicle accidents, injured drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and passengers all have potential cases
• Florida is known as a comparative-fault state. What this means is that if you slightly contributed to the accident, you could potentially still have a case against the party primarily at fault.
• Certain situations can have more than one at-fault party. In these instances, more than one case may be involved, Florida is a comparative fault sate so you still may be able to recover monetary damages.
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