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        THERE’S A REASON FOR OUR SUCCESS

        We have successfully handled hundreds of state and federal cases, securing millions of dollars for victims of auto accidents, truck accidents and personal injury.

        Why are we successful for our clients? Although most personal injury cases settle before ever going to trial, we prepare every case as if it will go to court, applying a comprehensive standard of attention and detail that helps ensure success. In every case, we employ our legal expertise, experienced negotiating skills and our passion for justice for our clients. If a defendant refuses to settle or offer compensation our clients deserve, we are ready and willing to pursue the maximum compensation available at trial.

        What is the difference between a

        Verdict and a Settlement?

        Verdict

        A verdict is defined as a judgment or decision reached by a judge or jury in court proceedings. If a personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, a jury will have the task of hearing both sides of the case and then evaluating evidence in order to determine whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty. In civil court, it takes a majority of jurors and the burden of proof is not as strict.

        Settlement

        A settlement is an out-of-court agreement, wherein two parties to a lawsuit reach an arrangement without completing legal proceedings. The plaintiff is the injured party and the defendant is the party accused of causing harm to the plaintiff. Either the plaintiff or the defendant may make an offer of a certain payment amount to settle the case; the other party may accept, counter or deny the offer.

        $3.5

        MILLION

        MOTORCYCLE
        ACCIDENT

        $1.7

        MILLION

        MOTORCYCLE
        ACCIDENT

        $2.5

        MILLION

        WRONGFUL
        DEATH

        $10

        MILLION

        ATV
        ACCIDENT

        $2.4

        MILLION

        MOTOR VEHICLE
        ACCIDENT

        $3

        MILLION

        ATV
        ACCIDENT

        $3.5

        MILLION

        MOTOR VEHICLE
        ACCIDENT

        $3.5

        MILLION

        MOTORCYCLE
        ACCIDENT

        $2.4

        MILLION

        MOTOR VEHICLE
        ACCIDENT

        What is the difference between a

        Verdict and a Settlement?

        Verdict

        A verdict is defined as a judgment or decision reached by a judge or jury in court proceedings. If a personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, a jury will have the task of hearing both sides of the case and then evaluating evidence in order to determine whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty. In civil court, it takes a majority of jurors and the burden of proof is not as strict.

        Settlement

        A settlement is an out-of-court agreement, wherein two parties to a lawsuit reach an arrangement without completing legal proceedings. The plaintiff is the injured party and the defendant is the party accused of causing harm to the plaintiff. Either the plaintiff or the defendant may make an offer of a certain payment amount to settle the case; the other party may accept, counter or deny the offer.

        What is the difference between a

        Verdict and a Settlement?

        Verdict

        A verdict is defined as a judgment or decision reached by a judge or jury in court proceedings. If a personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, a jury will have the task of hearing both sides of the case and then evaluating evidence in order to determine whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty. In civil court, it takes a majority of jurors and the burden of proof is not as strict.

        Settlement

        A settlement is an out-of-court agreement, wherein two parties to a lawsuit reach an arrangement without completing legal proceedings. The plaintiff is the injured party and the defendant is the party accused of causing harm to the plaintiff. Either the plaintiff or the defendant may make an offer of a certain payment amount to settle the case; the other party may accept, counter or deny the offer.

        Awards, Recognition & Memberships

        Florida justice association
        martindale hubbell
        Expertise best car accident Lawyers in Fort Myers
        Super Lawyers