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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Our personal injury attorneys understand that in the time after a serious injury you may have concerns or questions about what exactly your next step should be. There can be a myriad of terms and legal issues to deal with that can be cause for confusion and it is our goal to clear the air on some of the most frequently asked questions related to personal injury. If you have additional inquiries regarding what we can do on your behalf, please do not hesitate to contact our office as soon as possible.

What is a personal injury case?

Any form of injury that is a result of another’s negligent actions may qualify as a personal injury case. Whether the damage is minor or quite substantial, it is important that justice be served in these types of situations. Obtaining the knowledge of an accomplished lawyer will prove most beneficial if you are looking to discover whether or not you have a successful case. Potential cases include:
Car Accidents
Truck Accidents
Motorcycle Accidents
Bicycle Accidents
Pedestrian Accidents
Brain Injury Accidents
Wrongful Death

How much is my case worth?

There can be many different factors that affect the outcome of your personal injury case. Of course, the number one determinant is looking at the extent of the injuries that were sustained. This included looking at any medical bills, amount income that was lost, any amount of damage to the person’s property, and any other pain or suffering that was experienced. Present debilities and harm presented by the accident are considered as well as any future disabilities that may occur as a result of the injury. Additional factors are brought into question such as the current financial situation of the defendant and any insurance payments the injured will receive from their provider. If the victim was in any way at fault for part of the accident, it can also affect the outcome of the financial compensation. We recommend that you speak with an attorney.

What should be my plan of action if I get hurt in an accident?

It is always most important that you take care of any medical needs immediately following an accident. Depending on the severity of your injuries, it is best if you can take photographs of the scene straight away. Having a record on file of how the incident happened can only help your case. In addition, it is a wise idea to produce a written record of the event with as much detail as you can remember. Get the names and contact information of any witnesses or other individuals involved in the accident. Contact a knowledgeable lawyer in the days following the incident so that he or she can guide you in the best legal action to take next.

How A Ft. Lauderdale Injury Lawyer Can Help You Pursue Legal Action

Highly educated and passionate about personal injury law, Attorneys Posner and Feingold have committed their practice to helping those in need of fair compensation. Working as a former insurance defense attorney, Mr. Posner has knowledge of how the other side operates allowing him to provide insight into your particular case. With his extensive practice, he can utilize his aggressive tactics to counterbalance the insurance providers’ claims.

Attorney Feingold has spent years as a public defender that was and still is committed to protecting the rights of individuals throughout Ft. Lauderdale. Do not underestimate their ability to create a solid case, full of evidence compiled from various investigations. Our firm does not easily relent and will stand by your side until the end. Contact our office to learn more and to receive answers to any further questions.

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