Personal Injury Attorney Broward County

Broward County is not exactly known for its good drivers. As a result of the poor quality of drivers in the County, it has a reputation as one of the most dangerous places to drive in the country. We understand how difficult it can be to get caught in an auto accident. We have dedicated our practice to defending and enforcing the rights of people experiencing personal injury in Broward County. If you have been involved in an auto accident in Broward County, please contact our Personal Injury Attorney in Broward County to see what we can do for you.

Personal Injury Attorney Broward County

How Florida Law Favors Accident Victims

There are two ways in which Florida negligence law is plaintiff-friendly, in regards to car accidents.

  1. Florida uses “comparative fault” in negligence cases. This means that the plaintiff who is partially at fault can still get compensation – not as much as if they weren’t at fault at all. This is an improvement on the previous method  of ‘contributory negligence! It used to be that any plaintiff who was even 1% at fault for the accident could not get compensation in a civil court of law because they were “at fault” in the broadest sense of the word.
  2. Florida law applies the “joint and several liability”, meaning that in the cases where more than one person is responsible for the accident they share the compensation. Therefore, the plaintiff is more likely to receive the full amount of recovery. This is especially important for the cases when the defendant cannot afford to pay the full amount of the jury verdict. The amount is now shared between all the defendants, depending on the extent of their responsibility for the accident.

In order to fully exercise your rights and ensure the state laws are properly executed, reach out to our Broward County personal injury attorney. He will guide you through the process and take away the stress associated with the legalities of your accident.

In our articlePersonal Injury Law and Negligence Explainedwe discuss, in detail, how liability is established. We elaborate on the 4 elements required to be defined when proving that the defendant acted negligently. These are:

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Why choose us?

If you or a loved one have recently been involved in a Broward County car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your past medical expenses, future medical bills, as well as any pain and suffering caused by the accident. It is incredibly difficult to defend yourself in court without the support of an experienced professional. Experience is key because not only does the plaintiff (the injured person) needs to know the law, but also how and when to exercise it! If you are filing a suit against an intrinsically powerful entity, like a government agency, it would be almost impossible to reach success without a lawyer.

With our Broward County Personal Injury Attorney’s assistance you will be able to better navigate the complex labyrinth of the Florida court system and will have a better chance of securing a full and fair award from what you have been through.  

No-win, No-fee

At our practice we value our clients. We pride ourselves in how successful we are, therefore we operate on a no-win no-fee basis. This means that we will not ask you to pay unless you get paid. Also, our initial consultation is ALWAYS 100% FREE, so you can find out how we can help you without worrying about your finances. We provide our services to take the stress away, rather than to add to it.

Law of Negligence

The UK citizens advice bureau claims that “the most common claim in a personal injury case is negligence”. Therefore, we specialize in dealing with personal injury cases that do not follow the doctrine of negligence, which states that members of society should act responsibly to avoid putting others at risk. Many accidents are unavoidable and many accidents do not give you the right to recover damages. This is because establishing liability is EXTREMELY DIFFICULT. It requires a plaintiff to prove that a reasonably prudent defendant could have avoided the accident if she/he had acted different in the given situation.

In our articlePersonal Injury Law and Negligence Explainedwe discuss, in detail, how liability is established. We elaborate on the 4 elements required to be defined when proving that the defendant acted negligently. These are:

  1. Duty
  2. Breach
  3. Causation
  4. Damages

Our aim is to bring justice, and support to our clients. We are here for you! Therefore, do not hesitate to contact us, or call 954-961-5100 today to speak to an experienced Broward County personal injury attorney.

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Other areas of expertise

Our  personal injury lawyer is experienced in representing victims of many types of accidents, including auto accidents. He can assist you with securing funding for any medical bills associated with your injury. For advice or assistance, please choose the link below that best matches your needs:

About our attorney near you!

Rafael Gonzalez, Esq. is our extremely experienced, passionate and professional car accident lawyer and personal injury attorney in Broward County. His services are not limited to the ones that have been offered in the past. If you, or you loved ones, have recently been involved in a car accident, contact us to find out what we can offer for your specific case. Our attorney is committed to “help victims and families untangle the legal maze of confusion after a vehicle accident by providing professional answers along with affordable access”.

If you want to find out what we can do for YOU, there are 5 ways in which you can get in touch with us:

  1. Go to our website to do your own research
  2. Use our pop-up live chat
  3. Submit your enquiry on our contact us page
  4. Call us on 95496151000
  5. Visit us at  8751 West Broward Blvd, Suite 106 Plantation, Fl 33324  

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