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Plantation, FL 33324
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Plantation, Florida Phone (954) 858-5751
Suffering a personal injury can be overwhelming and confusing. You probably have questions regarding who will pay for your medical costs and how you will earn a living. Our Plantation injury lawyers are ready to answer all of your questions and help with a solution.
You may be eligible for compensation if another party was responsible for your injuries. Chalik & Chalik Injury Lawyers can help you move forward with your case. Call someone from our team in Plantation, Florida, to learn more.
Should You Hire an Attorney for Your Personal Injury Case?
When you’re injured, you may not want to deal with paperwork, negotiations with an insurance company, and personal injury law. We can handle all of these things for you.
We offer the following services to our clients:
No two personal injury cases are the same. The complimentary consultation is an important part of the process. It allows us to get to know you and the specific details of your personal injury.
Through this free and confidential consultation, we can determine if you have a case. This consultation also allows you to get to know our personal injury team and ask questions.
Assistance with Settlement Offers from the Insurance Company
Settlement offers are common in personal injury cases. Settlements keep both parties out of court, saving everyone money and time.
The South Florida personal injury attorneys at our law office will assist you with the settlement negotiation process and work to get you the compensation you deserve. If the insurance company’s settlement offer does not appropriately cover your expenses, we are fully prepared to turn down the offer and take the case to trial.
Communication with Insurance Companies
You should not have to deal with the complicated insurance process or with insurance adjusters. We will handle all communications with the insurance providers, giving you time to focus on your injuries.
You can also rest easy knowing that you are represented by personal injury attorneys with your best interests in mind and not the interests of the insurance company.
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We’re Prepared to Handle any Challenges that could Present in Your Case
Suffering a personal injury often leaves you with injuries that may prevent you from working, earning a living, and enjoying life. The legal process can be overwhelming and time-consuming, adding to the frustrations of your accident and injuries.
You may want to work with someone from our team so that you don’t have to be alone in the complexities of personal injury cases. If you run into any of these common complications with your case, we can manage these issues for you:
- You may feel pushed into accepting a lower settlement than you deserve. If you receive an early settlement offer, you may be offered a lower amount than we would otherwise determine through our calculations. We can ensure that you seek the full, fair amount your case warrants.
- The insurance company may deny or challenge your claim. An insurer may argue that your injuries aren’t serious or otherwise refuse to accept your side of the story.
- You may be wrongfully blamed for the accident. While it may be clear to you that someone else was at fault, you may need to gather compelling evidence to prove that you don’t share responsibility for the accident.
Working with a South Florida personal injury lawyer in Plantation, FL, may relieve you of the legal process, allowing you to focus on the most important thing: your well-being.
How do you Prove the Most Important Elements of a Personal Injury Case?
Florida requires that all personal injury cases include the following four elements:
- Duty of care: Personal injury attorneys must prove the defendant owed you a duty of care to act in a particular manner.
- Breach of duty: Personal injury attorneys must also establish the defendant broke this duty of care by acting negligently or recklessly.
- Causation: Personal injury attorneys must also demonstrate the defendant’s negligence or recklessness caused your personal injury.
- Damages. You suffered losses as a result of your injuries.
We will assist you in gathering the necessary documents to establish these essential elements. By collecting your medical records, South Florida police reports, and witness statements, we can help establish fault and seek the financial compensation that you deserve.
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The Statute of Limitations in Your Case
A statute of limitations is the set period in which you can file a personal injury lawsuit in your state. Florida’s statute of limitations depends on the type of personal injury case.
As a general rule, you must file your lawsuit within four years of the injury date, per Florida Statutes §95.11(3)(a). This includes personal injuries from auto accidents in Plantation and throughout South Florida.
Other statutes of limitations deadlines that may affect your case include the following:
- If a government entity caused your injury, then you must file within three years.
- If wrongful death is present in the case, the lawsuit then must be filed within two years from the date of the death.
It is important to pay attention to the statute of limitations because you may be prohibited from filing a lawsuit if you are outside of the time limit. Work with a personal injury lawyer to help you meet Florida’s statute of limitations and other deadlines that may apply to your case.
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How Pure Comparative Negligence Law can Affect Your Case
Florida is a pure comparative fault state. This means that your percentage of fault for the accident can proportionately reduce your settlement or judgment, resulting in a lower amount of financial compensation.
Your percentage of fault reduces your settlement or judgment proportionally. If, for example, you are 10 percent at fault for the wreck and you suffered $100,000 in damages, you would only collect $90,000 for your damages.
For a free legal consultation with a Chalik & Chalik lawyer serving Plantation, call (954) 858-5751
Different Types of Personal Injury Cases We Can Help With
You may have a personal injury case if you suffered injuries in an accident that another party caused. Personal injury cases may include the following:
- Bicycle accidents
- Birth injuries
- Boating accidents
- Car accidents
- Construction accidents
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Slips and falls
- Truck accidents
- Workers’ compensation
- Wrongful death
We can also help you with cases where you may share partial responsibility for the accident, which is also referred to as contributory negligence.
Chalik & Chalik Injury Lawyers have dealt with cases across South Florida, including Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, and Hollywood. We can help you pursue financial compensation for the harm you suffered.
Types of Compensation You Could Seek
Many components make up the value of your case, which is used to determine the amount of financial compensation you can pursue. The value of your case will depend on your medical costs, lost wages, and other damages, in addition to your own portion of fault.
The state of Florida allows you to seek financial compensation for the following:
- Immediate medical costs
- Future medical costs
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning capability
- Physical disfigurement
Florida does not have a maximum compensation limit for personal injury cases.
Call Our Attorneys Today for a Free Case Review
Call someone from our team today at Chalik & Chalik Injury Lawyers. You can reach our law office. Learn more about how our personal injury lawyers may be able to help with your case.
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