Personal Injury Lawyer in Lakeland, FL
What does it mean to be a personal injury attorney?
A personal injury attorney provides legal help to those who’ve been injured as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of someone or something else, such as a person, company, government agency, or other similar entity. Those injuries can be from vehicle accidents, slip and falls or medical malpractice. Brooks Law Group provides personal injury legal advice for the Lakeland, Tampa Bay and Winter Haven communities.
Tampa, Lakeland and Winter Haven Personal Injury Law Offices
Have you suffered a personal injury? Was your personal injury caused by another person or an unsafe condition at your workplace? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then the attorneys at Brooks Law Group can represent you in a lawsuit.
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Common Personal Injury Types
Personal injuries can be the result of:
Personal injuries can be serious, such as a spinal or brain injury, resulting in long-term medical treatment and out-of-home placement for the victim. Personal injuries can also be minor.
The Florida personal injury lawyers at Brooks Law Group are willing to evaluate your potential personal injury case and discuss its merits and value with you. There is no charge for our preliminary evaluation and discussion.
We will ask you to bring any medical reports or accident documentation you have, as well as contact information for the individual or company that is responsible for your injury. We stress to all our potential clients that you should speak to an attorney before speaking with an insurance adjuster.
Featured Personal Injury FAQs
Featured Personal Injury FAQ
The personal injury case manager assigned to a client’s file works directly under the direction of the attorney assigned to the file. They work very closely with the attorney and the client to make sure that we follow through with our mission to provide the best client experience possible.
Personal injury cases are not limited to vehicle accidents. A Personal Injury case can be caused by a slip and fall, dog bites, and many more. It is important that you find an attorney with a good standing at the Florida Bar as well as exemplary recognition throughout your state (such as awards, community outreach). Once you have made your selection make a consultation appointment and don’t forget to bring all your questions.
When your case is most likely to settle
Once you know your medical diagnosis and after you know all the responsible parties. Don’t settle before you know your medical diagnosis and the identity of all the responsible parties.
While your case can be settled at any time, the next most logical time to settle the case is before trial. Trials are expensive and juries and judges are not always predictable.
What factors can quicken the settlement time
The ability of the defendant to pay. Ideally, defendants have insurance to pay your claim. Otherwise, they need to pay from their personal or business assets.
The ability of your uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM) coverage to pay. In motor vehicle cases, even if the other side doesn’t have enough insurance/assets to pay a claim, you can claim through your own UM policy.
Once you have determined the insurance coverages available and obtained all medical records and bills, you must set forth the reason why the insurance company should pay a reasonable amount to resolve the claim. You must establish the elements of negligence: liability, causation, and damages.
- A personal injury lawyer can handle the details.
- Injury attorneys can level the playing field.
- An experienced lawyer can prevent errors.
- Personal injury attorneys know what your case is worth.
- No fee unless you win.