Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Tavares
Morgan & Morgan is one of America’s largest and most successful
plaintiffs’ firms and our attorneys are committed to protecting the
rights of clients in matters of negligent and reckless behaviors. If you
or a loved one has been injured in an accident, the personal injury
attorneys in our Tavares office may be able to help you pursue
compensation to cover damages including medical expenses, pain and
suffering, and lost wages.
Our Tavares attorneys have decades of
combined experience handling lawsuits in multiple areas of personal
injury law and have a thorough understanding of the legislation,
regulations, and policies that may come into play in your case.
experienced trial attorneys who are not afraid to bring your case to
court to help you recover the compensation to which you are entitled.
Schedule a free case evaluation today.
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
When Can I Sue?
If you are injured in an accident, you are not automatically entitled to seek compensation for your losses. To have grounds for a personal injury case, your attorney must prove that your injury resulted from the
negligence of the other party.
A person acts negligently if he or she fails to exercise the level of care that a reasonably prudent person would use under similar
circumstances. For example, if a driver of a car fails to follow the speed limit and causes an accident, he or she didn’t operate his or her vehicle responsibly and may be held liable in a civil lawsuit for any damages caused by the accident. Other examples of negligence include:
- Grocery stores that fail to clean up spills in a timely manner,
causing injuries to customers
- Drug companies that do not perform sufficient clinical tests before
taking a new drug to market, causing harm to patients
- Trucking companies that do not adequately maintain their fleet,
causing roadway accidents
In Florida, there is a limited amount of time, known as the statute of limitations, in which a personal injury lawsuit may be filed. This timeframe will vary based on the type of accident in which you are involved, the severity of your injury, and the point at which the statute of limitations for your case will begin to run.
In some cases, this window may be extended to provide the injured party additional time to file a lawsuit.
How a Tavares Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help
Your attorney will listen to your account of the incident and explain how a lawsuit will proceed in your particular case. If you decide to file a lawsuit, your attorney will handle most aspects of the process while keeping you up to date and discussing your options each step of the way. Your attorney may:
- Investigate the cause of the accident
- Collect evidence supporting your allegation that the other party was negligent
- Handle all discussions with insurance companies, other opposing
parties and the court on your behalf
- Create a claim on which your lawsuit will be based
- Negotiate with opposing parties for a fair settlement using your claim as leverage
- Prepare and bring your case to trial if settlement negotiations are unsuccessful
If you were injured in an accident, contact our Tavares attorneys as soon as possible for a free consultation to discuss your case. We can help determine when you may file a lawsuit for damages and the length of time in which you have to recover compensation for your