Several Car Accident Treatment Clinic Owners In Orlando, Florida, Arrested For Fraud
As an Orlando car accident attorney, I am very concerned about recent news involving fairly widespread auto insurance fraud, allegedly being committed by car accident victim treatment clinics in Orlando. Anyone who commits fraud makes the plight of real victims, politically, much more difficult. Also, those currently needing or receiving treatment for auto accident injuries should be aware of these allegations. Finally, while I fully support arrests of anyone who committed auto accident ... Continue Reading →
Personal Injury Case Value Relies Heavily On Medical Treatment
I just have to gripe for a second.
A few minutes ago, I spoke with one of my clients. When he and I first talked, I told him very clearly that he had to continue medical treatment for the duration of his personal injury case. I do this with all of my clients. During initial consultations, I repeat myself, over and over, making the point that my clients must continue treatment, or they will ... Continue Reading →
As an Orlando accident & injury attorney, I learn more about how other injury law firms operate every time I receive a call from a client who is unhappy with how another firm has handled their case. In fact, in a prior blog post, I shared another story that amounted to a huge warning to watch for law firms who admit right in their retainer agreement that they will ... Continue Reading →
As an Orlando personal injury and auto accident attorney, I believe it is very important that new clients have proper expectations about the range of possible outcomes in their cases. Unfortunately, billboards touting high dollar value verdicts have done nothing to help consumers understand what really happens, and what they should fairly expect, following an auto or other accident involving insurance coverage or a corporate defendant.
The Extent Of Your Injuries May Be Unknown
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Typically when you hire a personal injury attorney to represent you, he or she will require that you sign a “Retainer Agreement.” This is the contract between you and them, which lays out the terms of your agreement. Typically this contract will cover such things as the percentage of recovery that you will have to pay for attorneys fees (from the proceeds of your personal injury settlement or verdict), how expenses will be handled, and your responsibilities, such as keeping ... Continue Reading →