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Florida Personal Injury Lawyers

Florida personal injury lawyers may practice in one of the key tourist destinations in the U. S., but like other states, it's all business when it comes to settling claims. In fact, with all the sunshine and other distractions, Florida personal injury lawyers often need to focus just a bit more than others.

 

Personal Injury Lawyer Referral
Find a qualified and extremely competent personal injury lawyer in your location.
 

For information on choosing a Florida personal injury lawyer, first see the general section on personal injury lawyers for questions to ask when screening for someone who is well-suited for your specific interests. Afterwards, please return to this page for specifics on choosing a Florida personal injury lawyer to fit your needs.

Like any state, personal injury laws are influenced by politics, geography and social attitudes. Florida is no different. At one time, Florida was largely Democratic, but in the last half of the century, conservative Democrats have swung into voting Republican, a large Republican influx has crowded into the state and Democrats have left. This means in 8 out of the last 10 presidential elections, Florida has voted Republican and is regarded by many as the ultimate swing state in presidential elections.

Geography also has a big influence in Florida since its part of Hurricane Alley and has been pummeled by many large hurricanes within the last 5 years. Central Florida is also known as the lightening capital since more lightening strikes happen here than anywhere else in the U. S. Like New York and California, Florida also is a state made up from a large immigrant population, which reflect unique social mores and belief.

Florida personal injury lawyers need to be aware of the politics, geographical / environmental and social aspects unique to Florida all the way from the Keys to Jacksonville to Tallahassee and beyond in order to be effective. They need to know how these different elements interplay with injury and state law. For instance, since Hurricane Wilma swept through Florida in 2005, there have been many personal injury claims for those doing home repair in the aftermath. The Florida personal injury lawyer you choose needs to be up-to-date on the injury trends throughout the state.

In order to find a pool of Florida personal injury attorneys in which to interview for your particular case (or to see if you have a case), the Florida State Bar is one place to start as they have a low-cost lawyer referral service that can be accessed either online or by phone. Checking with friends, colleagues and neighbors can also yield valuable referrals.

Once you have set up initial meetings with a few personal injury lawyers, it is important to ask the general screening questions and also questions specific to the injury as it applies to Florida law. For instance, you may wish to ask the prospects what the current trends are in Hurricane Wilma-related personal injury cases. Quizzing prospects about the Florida Medical Consent Law also known as the Good Samaritan Act may also yield valuable information about the lawyer. If you'd like to get really specific, ask the lawyer about the 2006 Florida Statute Title XLV, Chapter 767, which concerns a dog owner's liability in cases where their dog bites someone else. Or you may wish to inquire about 2006 Florida Statute Title XLV, Chapter 774, which involves the statute of limitations for asbestos and silica claims.

It is important to ask as many questions as possible of the Florida personal injury lawyer so that you can later compare choices and make a decision based upon the attorney's qualifications, experience, knowledge-base, current knowledge of law and rapport. Don't forget rapport as having a positive attitude with your lawyer during a long trial process will make a big difference in seeing the case through to its natural conclusion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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