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St. Petersburg Personal Injury Lawyer

Our law firm is focused on one thing and one thing only – personal injury law. This intense focus has allowed us to become experts in the field, and we offer representation for legal cases involving accidents of all kinds including:

  • Personal Injury
  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Boat accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Insurance disputes
  • Negligent actions
  • Workplace injuries
  • Pedestrian Accidents

We're fully aware of just how varied the personal injury field can be, and have successfully represented countless clients seeking compensation for wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, spinal injuries, and much more. In short, we can help with any kind of personal injury case that you might be facing.

The Importance of Witnesses During a Claim or Lawsuit

 The Importance of Witnesses During a Claim or LawsuitPersonal injury cases are unfortunately extremely commonplace in today’s society and are largely due to the incompetence and neglect of another person. If you are involved in any kind of accident, it is important that you take the proper steps following the incident and gather the right information that you will need to later prove this negligence regarding your personal injury claim. What is Considered Personal Injury? Personal injury is typically the result of an accident or other type of incident that happened due to the carelessness or neglect of another person. It is important to note that a personal injury claim only applies to physical injuries sustained, as the name implies. It does not include any damage done to a person’s property such as a vehicle becoming damaged due to a car accident. Gather Your Evidence The most critical time for a personal injury claim is the days immediately following the accident or incident. It is within this timeframe that you should be gathering important information that pertains to your claim including any physical evidence you have along with documentation for all of your injuries. Physical... ...read full post


The Importance Of Taking Car Accident Photos

The Importance Of Taking Car Accident Photos After experiencing a car accident, taking photos is probably the furthest thing on your mind. The scene is chaotic, you may be hurt or traumatized, and stress is running high. However, the photos you’re able to take at the car accident scene are some of the best pieces of evidence you can collect. Of course, it’s most important to get to a safe place first, but your next step should be taking full photographic account of the accident scene, damage, witnesses, and any injuries you may have suffered.   What Is So Important About Car Accident Photos?   There are several reasons why car accident photos are particularly important. For starters, they’re the only way to gather a physical photo of the scene, which allows your attorney and insurance claims adjuster to get a first-hand view of just what happened and the results of the accident. While verbal descriptions and police reports provide a useful picture, the only way you’re going to be able to acquire a physical one is by using a camera.   A few specific reasons why taking car accident photos is so important are: • Comprehensive proof... ...read full post


The 5 Most Common Causes Of Car Accidents In St. Petersburg

The 5 Most Common Causes Of Car Accidents In St. PetersburgGetting caught up in a St. Petersburg car accident is a situation no one wants to find themselves in, and this rings particularly true for those who have been in an accident caused by another party’s negligence. Over 200,000 car accidents can be expected each and every year throughout the state of Florida, and each is caused by its own specific and particular series of events. The 5 most common causes of car accidents in the St. Petersburg area are: • Driving while intoxicated – Florida has a particular sunny, laid back, and vacation-ready atmosphere, which often contributes to one of the state’s most common car accident causes. Intoxicated driving in Florida is higher than the national average, and both tourists and locals are guilty of drinking and getting behind the wheel. • Distracted driving – With the advent of smartphones and handheld tech, distracted driving is a bigger problem now than ever. While 20 years ago distracted driving may be the result of eating while driving, talking, flipping through a CD book, or performing some other type of activity, the most common... ...read full post


Summertime Hazards on the Beach

Summertime Hazards on the BeachSummertime is finally upon us, and with it, we have the hot Florida sun and the relaxing Florida beaches on the horizon. But before you pack your beach towel and sunscreen, there are a few summertime beach hazards you should be aware of because they can potentially cause injury which will ruin your fun day out. If you live in Florida, then you are probably one of many that find any and every excuse to escape to the beach for some much-needed sun and relaxation. However, your day of fun can quickly turn into a nightmare when you are involved in an accident either in or around the water.   Common Types of Accidents on the Beach   There are a few very common accidents that occur at the beach annually: Drowning Drowning or even near-drowning accidents are prevalent on Florida beaches. Even if you consider yourself a good swimmer, there is still a chance you can be faced with the possibility of this kind of accident while at the beach. There are a few signs you should learn that can help you recognize if someone is in danger of drowning. You would think if... ...read full post


No-Fault Car Accident Cases And The Serious Injury Threshold

No-Fault Car Accident Cases And The Serious Injury ThresholdThe state of Florida is one that observes no-fault car accident laws. What this means is that, whether a driver is negligent in causing the accident or not, they will first go to their own insurance provider in order to obtain a settlement to cover their car accident damages. However, if an accident passes the serious injury threshold, a person may be able to bypass the no-fault system and instead pursue a lawsuit against a negligent driver. What Is No-Fault? Before delving into the serious injury threshold, one must first understand the no-fault system and what that system means. In a typical car accident with some injuries and some damage, a person will file a claim with their own insurance policy regardless of their fault in the accident. This means that even if a person was injured in an accident not caused by them, they will still need to pursue damages through the insurance policy they hold. Through a negotiations process, the injured party will typically receive a settlement through their insurance provider, but in some cases the insurance company may still need to be brought... ...read full post


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