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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

If you or someone you love was injured in an auto accident or any other situation that was caused by another person’s negligence or recklessness, you may be able to take legal action against the responsible party. However, you may have a number of questions about what you should do at this point, what your claim is worth, and much more. A Miami personal injury lawyer at Remer & Georges-Pierre, PLLC may be able to address all of these matters for you during an initial consultation, but we have also included some frequently asked questions below:

Do I have to pay upfront for your legal services?
For all personal injury cases, our firm offers experienced legal services at no charge to our clients, unless we are successful in recovering a settlement or jury award on their behalf. We firmly believe that we should not charge any legal fees unless we are successful in reaching positive case outcomes for our clients.

How long do I have to file a claim?
In Florida, victims of personal injuries, wrongful death and medical malpractice have a limited time in which they may file a claim. The statute of limitations in Florida for personal injury cases is 4 years, and 2 years for medical malpractice or wrongful death. However, the specific time limit to your claim may vary depending on when you discovered the injury and whether you are bringing a case against a government agency. As such, it is important to talk to an attorney about your particular case.

I slipped and fell on another person’s property. Is the property owner responsible?
A slip and fall accident may be grounds for a lawsuit against a property owner on the basis of premises liability, which covers negligence on the part of property owners or managers. Whether you are able to take legal action may depend on the circumstances of the accident, such as whether the property owner knew about a hazardous condition on his or her property and did nothing to fix it, or failed to place a warning sign to help visitors/customers avoid injury. Click here to learn more about slip and fall accident claims.

My spouse was injured in a car accident. Do I really need an attorney even if the injuries are minor?
Of course, the decision to work with an attorney is personal. There are a number of benefits to having a legal professional at your side, however, even in the wake of a relatively minor auto accident. Although medical bills and the property damage resulting from the accident may not number in the hundreds of thousands of dollars as they may in a case involving catastrophic injury, you may still be at risk of being treated unfairly by the insurance company as they evaluate the worth of your claim. Working with an attorney is a valuable way to help ensure that your interests are fully protected and that your claim is given the importance it deserves.

For answers to your questions about personal injury cases in South Florida, contact a Miami personal injury attorney at our law firm today.

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