A Florida personal injury lawsuit may take months or even years before it is finally resolved. The process itself can be quite complicated for someone who is unfamiliar with the laws relating to Florida personal injury claims, not to mention someone who is inexperienced at dealing with insurance companies.

In our article, Stages of a Florida Personal Injury Claim, we offer you a good overview of what the process entails.

Some of the basics include:

  • Establishing negligence;
  • the types of damages you can recover;
  • the settlement negotiation process; and
  • the lawsuit process timeline.

Since every accident is unique, your Florida personal injury lawsuit will take into consideration the unique circumstances surrounding the event. That is why no one can tell you what your Florida personal injury claim is worth until they have examined all the particulars of your accident and begun the settlement negotiation process.

When to Consider a Florida Personal Injury Lawsuit

A personal injury lawsuit in Florida does not have to be your first move if you have been injured. Typically a personal injury claim is filed with the insurance company first and if no settlement resolution can be agreed upon, your South Florida accident attorney can file a Florida personal injury lawsuit in a formal court of law.

This means that your case will be presented in court and a judge or jury may decide the final outcome of your case. It is important to note however, that the vast majority of personal injury cases settle out of court through settlement negotiations between your South Florida accident attorney and the defendant’s legal council.

Contacting a South Florida Accident Attorney

Florida has strict limits on when you can bring a claim against another party so, you shouldn’t wait too long after your accident to file your personal injury claim. It’s always best to schedule a no cost consultation with an experienced South Florida accident attorney as soon as possible.

With Ellsley Sobol, P.L. on your side you can focus on your recovery while we fight to obtain just compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. Contact us today at 954-888-7720 or toll-free 888-258-6914.