Your personal injury accident in Baker County, FL has inflicted you with physical injuries and serious concerns about how you are going to sustain yourself and your family. The medical bills keep streaming in, and your other bills are not taking a vacation, either. The fact that your injuries have caused you to miss work only makes the situation even bleaker.
Consider this: by law, the party whose negligence caused your accident is liable for the expenses you have incurred as a result.
Whether as a personal injury insurance settlement, jury verdict, or court judgment, you can receive compensation for all your financial damages. The Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine have a steady history of recovering damages for our Baker County, FL clients. Call us today for a free, no-obligation case review.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Accept
We handle just about every type of personal injury in Baker County, FL you can imagine, including, but not limited to the following types of accidents:
- Pedestrian accidents
- Truck accidents
- Defective products
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pool and boat accidents
- Spinal cord injuries
- Slips and falls
- Brain injuries
- Car accidents
If your loved one died as the result of personal injuries sustained due to another party’s negligence, you can pursue a wrongful death action.
Whatever the incident, if another party’s negligence caused you to be injured, we will represent your right to compensation.
You Are Tempted to Handle Your Case Yourself
Some people grab their doctor receipts and estimate from the body repair shop and prepare to do battle with the insurance company on their own. What they do not realize is that the insurance carrier is all too ready for anything you throw at them.
In some cases, the insurer will even call and offer you a settlement. You see this as a sweet victory, life’s way of thanking you for being a good person. To the contrary, the insurance carrier knows enough about your case to sense you will be lawyering up for a lot more. They are all too happy to surprise you with a friendly call and a lowball offer.
Benefits of Using a Personal Injury Lawyer, Rather Than Doing It Yourself
The benefits of hiring a personal injury lawyer can make your case with knowledge of the law and savvy skills of negotiation and litigation.
We Can Determine the Value of Your Claim, Maximizing Your Compensation
Our personal injury lawyers in Baker County, FL know the system. We can review your case and determine its worth—factoring in your current expenses, as well as a slew of costs you would never have considered on your own—or known how to estimate, for that matter.
We have access to a healthy bank of credible sources we tap to advise us in evaluating your claim, so we can incorporate future economic, medical, and vocational costs you will incur as the result of your injuries.
We Know Florida Statutes
We will handle your case promptly, always keeping in mind Florida’s statute of limitations, which limits the amount of time you have to take legal action in a personal injury case.
Florida is a no-fault auto insurance state, meaning that car-accident victims must first go to their personal insurance policies for compensation. Additional expenses beyond this coverage can be recovered from a third-party claim against the at-fault party’s insurer.
Florida’s comparative negligence law stipulates that if you are partly at fault for your accident, the percentage of fault attributed to you is deducted from the damages you receive as compensation.
We Can Negotiate with Insurers and Lawyers to Maximize Your Compensation
Our legal team will negotiate aggressively with insurers, championing your right to recover every damage we have presented. If they refuse to agree to a fair settlement, we will file a legal complaint and pursue compensation in a civil court.
Establishing Who is At-Fault and Liable for Your Personal Injury Damages
Convincing an insurance company, a judge, or a jury that someone else caused your accident and should, therefore, compensate you is not as simple as pointing a finger. These entities require carefully constructed arguments backed by sound evidence before they will see that a check is cut to pay for your damages.
First and foremost, we must prove that the at-fault party was negligent.
We Will Apply the “Duty of Care” Principles to Your Case to Establish Negligence
To advance your case to the point where your compensation is even being considered, we will prove four legal arguments, essential to any personal injury case:
- Duty of Care: The at-fault party owed you a duty of care to take reasonable steps to keep you from being injured.
- Breach of Duty: The at-fault party failed to provide this duty of care.
- Causation: This failure ultimately caused your accident.
- Damages: You sustained damages—physical and emotional injuries and financial loss—as a result of the accident.
Your Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine personal injury lawyer in Baker County, FL will uncover, organize, and document all the evidence we need to prove the above arguments compellingly.
Gathering the Evidence to Build a Sturdy Personal Injury Case
We will construct your personal injury case using airtight building blocks of evidence we gather from our private investigation of your accident.
From the Accident Scene, We Will Collect:
- Videos from smartphones
- Videos from surveillance cameras
- Eyewitness testimony
- Documentation of road conditions, lighting, signage, etc.
- Facility safety records
- Accident reconstruction specialist’s report
From Our Community of Experts, We Will Tap:
- Opinions from medical experts about what your future medical treatment will cost
- Opinions from occupational therapy experts about how your injuries will impact your daily life in the future
- Opinions from economists about the many ways in which your injuries will ripple out to impact you financially
The foundation of evidence we gather for your case will support the duration of our damage recovery efforts, no matter where those efforts take us.
Let Our Personal Injury Lawyer in Baker County, FL Work to Recover Your Damages
Stop struggling to figure out insurance tricks and legal procedure. The stress of doing so is distracting you from what should be your top priority: getting better.
Instead, let our law firm handle the business of seeing that the negligent party who caused your injuries also pays for them.
Call the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine for a no-cost, no-obligation case review with a personal injury lawyer in Baker County, FL.
We Can Help.