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Clay County Personal Injury Attorney

At Clay County Personal Injury Attorney, we are dedicated to providing strong advocacy to injured individuals, victims of negligence, and their loved ones. Since we opened our doors, we’ve been proud to provide exceptional legal advice and represent our clients in a wide range of personal injury issues. We’ve earned a reputation for aggressive and sophisticated legal representation that has consistently provided successful outcomes for our clients. We stand up for our clients and stand by them from the beginning to the end of the recovery process. The lawyers at Clay County personal Injury Attorney have the experience you can trust in your time of need. 

Many accident victims come to us confused as to what they should know and what their rights are. The accident and injury lawyers at Clay County Personal Injury Attorney are committed to guiding our clients, helping them understand their legal options and protecting their legal rights.

5 Tips to Follow After an Accident

  • Do not take responsibility for the accident: Avoid acknowledging responsibility or blaming others for the accident because the statements you make can later be used against you. Remain calm and handle the situation in a resolved manner.
  • Contact emergency services: After an accident, do not leave the scene before emergency personnel arrives. Law enforcement can prove helpful in taking a report.
  • Take photos of the scene: If you can, take photos of various elements of the accident, including the location of the accident, property damage, and any resultant visible injuries.
  • Seek medical treatment: Even if you feel okay or have sustained minor injuries, you should seek medical treatment to maintain your health and to also provide a record to prove your condition to the insurance company.
  • Keep all documents intact: Medical bills, police reports, eye witness contact information, and any other information related to the accident can help your attorney develop a strong case.

If you’ve been injured in an accident or lost a loved one due to the negligence of another individual, contact us today at 904-494-8242 to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced attorneys to learn more about how we can help you. We take cases on a contingency basis, meaning you don’t pay anything unless we win. What’s more, we will come to you if you cannot come to our offices.

Our Philosophy

Understanding that our clients are faced with emotional, physical and financial challenges, the law offices of Clay County Personal Injury Attorney is dedicated to delivering friendly and personalized service while aggressively fighting for your rights. We’re committed to providing the highest quality legal representation when the insurance company is standing between our clients and the compensation they need and deserve. Our primary mission is to take a personal interest in every client and every case and provide our clients with the necessary focus and legal care required to achieve desired outcomes.

We understand the nature of personal injury cases and that’s why we provide our clients with the highest quality of representation to ensure they’re not further victimized by the system itself. We encourage a proactive dialogue between our attorneys and clients and this means that you’ll always know who’s responsible for the progress of your case. With our tight legal team, our clients are able to benefit from the counsel and advice of multiple attorneys with diverse experience in the legal industry. We do not consider you as a number. You’re a client who needs immediate help and we’ll provide you with prompt and individualized attention.

What Sets Us Apart

  • First-Class Legal Representation

At Clay County Personal Injury Attorney, our aim is to not only help you obtain the monetary compensation you deserve and need but to also help you pick up the pieces and move on with your life. We do everything we can to ensure you’re completely satisfied with your case result.

  • Trial Ready

While we do all we can reach a fair settlement through negotiations out of court, there are cases where a settlement with the other side can’t be reached. We prepare each case as though it was going to trial. We never back off with a threat of litigation or settle for convenience.

  • Client-focused Stress Relief

After suffering an injury or losing a loved one, we understand that you may feel overwhelmed, angry, and confused. We also believe that your involvement in a claim should be minimal as you focus on getting well. That’s why we’ll handle every aspect of your case from start to finish.

  • Personalized Attention

We keep our clients educated and informed from the outset of a case. We’ll tell what you should expect from us in each stage as the case progresses. This helps keep clients informed about the case, keeps expectations realistic, and avoids surprises by enabling our clients to plan for their future.

  • Power in Numbers

The lawyers at Clay County Personal Injury Attorney each bring a unique view of your case. We work together even in the most niche personal injury cases. No matter how complex your case is, we can help you.

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Understanding the Personal Injury Process

Once you’ve hired an attorney, he or she will begin investigating your case to understand how you were injured as well as the extent of your injuries, costs, and damages. This includes consulting with experts, interviewing witnesses, reviewing medical and police reports, analyzing photos and video footage, and researching local law. The next step involves negotiating with the insurance company or any other party involved. If a settlement offer is made, your attorney will involve you in reviewing it and give you his/her opinion on whether you should accept it. If you do not accept it, your attorney may try to start new negotiations to see if an adequate settlement can be reached. If not, your attorney will file a lawsuit in court and demand arbitration.

Once you’ve filed a Complaint, the defendant has 30 days to admit or deny the allegations. What follows is the discovery phase in which the parties involved gather evidence, testimony, information, and documents from each other and from third parties. The defendant can then file a motion to get the court to take action on their behalf. Your attorney, in this phase, will have 28 days to file a response in opposition to the motion. After the trial, the judge or jury will determine if the defendant is liable for the accident and injuries, and if so, the amount of damages the plaintiff is entitled to.

How We Operate

Our process begins with a free consultation and case assessment where we’ll learn about your accident and your situation. This also offers you an opportunity to learn more about the process and ask questions about our firm and attorneys. Once you retain our legal services, we handle every aspect and every step of your case. This includes investigating the accident scene and collecting the evidence required, interviewing witnesses, and negotiating a settlement to get you the most money.

We work with a team of forensic experts and medical experts to reconstruct the scene and assess your injuries. And if the other side won’t have a reasonable offer, we’re ready to take your case to trial. You can rest assured that you’ll have one of the best trial attorneys in Clay County, FL by your side.

Our Practice Areas

Though automobile accidents have been a common occurrence ever since cars were developed, there are now more forms of car accidents that happen on the road than ever before. Drivers in Clay County have a duty of care not to injure others but there are many who are negligent and reckless. A car wreck can be life-threatening and cost-inhibiting for the driver who’s not at fault. Our team routinely handles all types of car accident cases, including rear-end accidents, head-on collisions, and side-impact collisions. We understand that being involved in a car accident can be an extremely overwhelming experience and that’s why we offer each client with efficient, compassionate services. And since personal injury cases often involve dealing with insurance companies that are only interested in their bottom line, we pull our knowledge, experience, and negotiating skills to obtain maximum compensation for our clients.

Most motorcycle riders have minimal protection, exposing them to an increased risk of suffering a catastrophic or fatal injury. A motorcyclist has 5 times the chances of sustaining serious injuries and 30 times the chances of dying in an accident, as an individual in a car, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, (NHTSA). Far too many of these motorcycle accidents are as a result of negligence on the part of a driver.

The costs of medical treatment following a motorcycle accident quickly add up, from the emergency room and hospitalization to at-home care and rehabilitation. The injuries can also leave an individual, suffering from chronic pain or permanently disabled and requiring lifelong medical care. Clay County Personal Injury Attorney knows how to handle these complex cases and take an aggressive approach to motorcycle accidents. We’ll collect the appropriate evidence, analyze every possible cause of the collision and work tirelessly to maximize the financial award you receive.

With an extensive network of bicycle lanes, bike paths, and competitive and recreational events for serious bicycle enthusiasts, Clay County offers a wide range of opportunities for bike riders. For this reason, the number of bicyclists on the road is higher than ever before. This also means that there has been a significant spike in the number of bicycle accidents over the years. Bicyclists are at extremely high risk of injury in accidents involving automobiles because they lack protective gear other than maybe a helmet. 

Many bicycle accidents involve motorists and usually occur because the driver fails to see the bike rider. However, the same drivers will try to avoid responsibility by pinning the blame on the cyclists. A thorough and detailed analysis of the crash is the best way to combat these attacks. At Clay County Personal Injury Attorney, we believe in holding negligent parties accountable for their action, inaction, or negligence. We’ll aggressively pursue compensation and recover the money you need to help ease the stress resulting from the crash.

Because of the behemoth size of trucks, the consequences can be severe when a truck driver or any other involved party makes a mistake. In most cases, it’s the occupants of a car struck by a truck that gets severely injured after a collision. When you consider the immense size of an 18-wheeler as long as 75 feet and weighing up to 80,000 pounds when compared to a passenger car weighing up to 3,500 you can see why there’s an increased risk of catastrophic and fatal injuries. The common causes of truck accidents include bad brakes, poorly secured cargo, overloading, inexperienced drivers, driving under the influence, drowsy driving, and commercial truck under-ride accidents.

Truck accident cases tend to be complicated than most other types of accidents because there are usually multiple parties involved. The lawyers at Clay County Personal Injury Attorney are knowledgeable, experienced, and have the resources to investigate these complex cases. We’ll help identify liable parties to ensure that you’re properly compensated for your injuries.

When people are crossing the street or walking on a sidewalk, they expect to be safe but a negligent and reckless driver can change everything in the blink of an eye. The top causes of pedestrian accidents include a driver not making a complete stop, a driver failing to yield to a pedestrian’s right-of-way at a crosswalk. Many victims hope that the insurance companies will cover the damages but one thing you should keep in mind is that insurers are only interested in protecting their bottom line. And once the pain and stress of the accident fade, victims are often left with medical bills and lost wages that can negatively impact their budget. A talented and skilled Clay County Personal Injury Attorney can help you get the best treatment available by analyzing your case, evaluating your injuries, examining medical evidence, calculating your losses, and working to obtain the maximum compensation that you deserve.

Medical professionals have a duty to provide a reasonable standard of care by making medically justifiable decisions that are in the best interests of the patients. Sadly, mistakes are also made in the healthcare sector, injuring the patient, causing illness, or causing the patient’s death as a result. And when this happens, it’s not uncommon for healthcare providers to try and cover up their mistakes. Medical malpractice can take many forms, including surgical errors, failing to make an accurate and timely diagnosis, failing to order the right tests, misinterpreting test results, overlooking dangerous drug interactions, failing to take a thorough medical history, or administering the wrong drug or dosage.

Due to the high volume of medical malpractice in Florida, hospitals, physicians, and insurance companies ensure that they have a team of knowledgeable defense attorneys to protect them in case of a lawsuit. For this reason, you also need to obtain an equally experienced and aggressive attorney to obtain a successful result. Clay County Personal Injury Attorney law firm works with a wide network of medical experts to strengthen our clients’ cases and prove that medical malpractice actually occurred.

Every day, dangerous products are sold whether it’s a flawed work valve, a poisonous toy, a piece of metal in a can of food, faulty sidewalk, an electronic that overheats without warning, or an improperly manufactured tire. Such products could result in serious fires, burns, cuts, rollover accidents, severe cuts, or broken limbs. Manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers of products have an implied duty to ensure that the products they create, distribute, or sell are safe for consumption.

When you’re harmed by a defective and dangerous product, you have the right to receive compensation for your injuries. However, under Florida’s product liability law, the injured party has the burden of proof and must, therefore, present evidence showing a direct connection between the product defect and the physical injuries.  This can be quite difficult to prove without the help of a seasoned lawyer. The law offices of Clay County Personal Injury Attorney work closely with you every step of the way to help you understand your rights and legal options. We also work with experienced design experts, engineers, and forensic experts to recreate the product and show the design flaws. These experts can also provide invaluable testimonials in the court.

Grieving over the loss of a loved one can be emotionally challenging but it can be more traumatic is the death was caused by the reckless or negligent behavior of another person. Surviving family members deserve compassion and support of a caring, yet aggressive wrongful death attorney. The victim’s family can be left with an uncertain future, especially if they were financially dependent on the deceased. While nothing can replace a lost loved one, we’re committed to helping you avoid any further financial or emotional harm. We can hold the responsible parties accountable and seek financial compensation for your loss. Our goal is to help you and your family establish some stability by securing monetary compensation to help you meet expenses to your loss, medical bills, funeral and burial expenses.  We also help you secure compensation for pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of consortium, and loss of future benefits such as retirement benefits and medical benefits.

Clay County Personal Attorney law firm offers clients the dignity and compassion to help them overcome grief and anger and move past this difficult time. We’ll fight to recover compensation for the full value of the victim’s life but if the insurance company does not offer a fair settlement, we stand ready to vigorously litigate the case in court.

Many people have the perception that buses rarely get involved in accidents but the truth is that bus accidents happen more often that one might think. Florida has large bus line providers working to transport people every day to and from schools, work locations, and leisure activities. While buses may be considered one of the safer methods to move around, they also get into accidents that result in personal injuries. Common causes of bus accidents in Clay County may include speeding, fatigued driving, improper training, jaywalking, mechanical issues, driving under the influence, and/or distracted driving. Bus carriers are considered a common carrier and this means that bus drivers and companies are held to the utmost care standard in operating these vehicles. When it comes to bus accidents, it’s often more complicated to determine liability because there may be multiple parties that share a percentage of fault. This may include the bus driver, the bus company, auto part manufacturer, the bus maintenance company, operators of a tour bus, school boards, a government entity, and other drivers.

At Clay County Personal Injury Attorney, we believe that your main focus after a bus accident should be on recovering rather than dealing with the complex legal process. Our Clay County bus accident lawyers are dedicated and determined in holding the negligent parties liable for their conduct or recklessness. We understand your concerns and we’ll work with you and the involved parties to ensure that your needs are addressed promptly and appropriately.

All residential and commercial property owners have a duty to provide and ensure safe environments for all visitors. Slip/trip and fall injuries most commonly occur as a result of slippery or uneven surfaces but can also occur from wet floors, poorly lit walkways, exposed electrical wiring, crumbling stairs, raised flooring, obstructed pathways, and falling debris. If you’ve been injured by a hazardous condition on another person’s property, including a restaurant, hotel, mall, park, personal residence, sidewalk, office building, museum, theater, park, or school, you may be eligible to file a premises liability claim and be compensated for the injuries.

And while Florida’s premise liability law seeks to protect individuals who are injured due to the negligence of the property owner, it’s often difficult to prove liability because the owner may be quick to correct the condition. For this reason, it’s important to take a few photos of the area before you leave. The lawyers at Clay County Personal Injury Attorney have the resources and experience to help you obtain compensation for pain and suffering, emotional trauma, lost wages, and medical expenses.

A catastrophic injury is a severe injury to the brain, spinal cord, and spine and also includes loss of limb, hearing or sight as well as spinal and skull fractures. This type of injury does not only affect the victim, but it also affects those close to them. The physical, financial, and emotional strain brought about by catastrophic injuries often puts stress on family members and other people who are close to the victim. In most cases, a victim of a catastrophic injury needs constant support and care, consequentially altering the lives of relatives and loved ones.

For any act of negligence or accident that results in catastrophic injury, the victim will be entitled to recover compensatory damages. We understand that each plaintiff is different and our team will try to pinpoint how your daily life or that of a loved one has been altered by the catastrophic injury in order to paint an accurate and compelling picture for the insurance adjuster or the jury. We will stop at nothing to help you gain some peace of mind after the devastating event.

Accidents can and do happen in any type of workplace and that’s why the workers’ compensation system was developed to provide a way to compensate workers who’ve sustained injuries while involved in the job. However, many insurance companies want to limit the amount of compensation paid out to the worker or will come up with excuses to deny benefits. This is not in the best interests of the employee who has medical debt, reduce income, bills to pay and other future medical care needs. Workers’ compensation is a complicated and dizziness system with the potential to harm an employee’s ability to fully recover their livelihoods after sustaining a work-related injury. Get the opinion of Clay County Personal Injury Attorney before agreeing to any offer put forth by the employer or their insurance company.

In addition, if your workplace accident occurred as a result of the negligent actions of a third-party, you may also be able to obtain compensation in addition to the workers’ comp benefits. We can help you file a personal injury claim and a workers’ comp claim against the third-party who caused the accident.

Faulty equipment is any electronic or mechanical equipment that is unsafe or dangerous to use. This typically refers to equipment used in the workforce for manufacturing or producing goods. Equipment can be faulty due to broken or old parts, design defects, improper maintenance, incorrect instruction manuals, manufacturing defects, and errors with regards to warnings. For instance, a conveyor belt that isn’t properly lubricated can jam or catch fire, resulting in damaged properties or injuries.  Common injuries caused by faulty equipment include burns and abrasions, toxic injuries such as those caused by sprays of chemicals, and injuries to the limbs or other body parts.

It can become challenging to prove that equipment is faulty or pinpoint the exact cause. After a faulty equipment injury in Clay County, we at the Clay County Personal Injury Attorney want to be your advocate so you can feel protected and have you obtain compensation for lost wages and medical treatment and rehabilitation while you focus on getting better. We can help you through the workers’ compensation application process, investigate your claim, and also determine if you have a right to another legal claim. We stand ready to go against big corporations, insurance companies, and medical facilities.


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