Personal Injury Lawsuits
If you have suffered a personal injury as the result of someone else’s negligence you should contact the personal injury attorneys at Tuttle Servos, P.A. as soon as possible. You have rights under the law and you need not only to protect them, but to assert them via a personal injury lawsuit . If this is your first personal injury lawsuit you may have some misinformation regarding the process of filing a lawsuit. We will gladly educate you on the process by first dispelling some common misconceptions.
Misconception: Insurance companies are obligated to cover all of the medical expenses related to my personal injury.
Truth: Insurance companies are in business to make money. They develop convoluted formulas and calculations to determine how much they will pay on a claim and it is usually well below what victims ask for. Partnering with a reputable and experienced injury lawyers will help you get closer to the amount you feel you deserve.
Misconception: If offered a settlement from an insurance company, I should take it for fear of not receiving a better offer.
Truth: You should never accept a quick settlement offer from an insurance company. Insurance company agents understand that in many personal injury cases a victim’s condition or symptoms worsen over time. They are looking to settle the claim quickly for fear they will have to pay out more money down the line.
Misconception: I can’t afford to hire a personal injury attorney.
Truth: Most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency basis. This means you are not required to pay any legal fees associated with your lawsuit until you receive a settlement award for your damages.
We Can Help You
The personal injury attorneys at Tuttle Servos, P.A. are well-versed in Florida personal injury and accident law and can satisfactorily represent you and file your lawsuit. Call us at 772-563-0032 or fill out our online quick contact form to schedule your initial free consultation. We look forward to hearing the specifics of your personal injury case.