If you’re wondering whether or not you have a case, or if you have questions regarding estate planning or probate, check out a few of our commonly asked questions. However, the quickest way to determine if you have a case, is to contact the Bostick Law Group today.
PERSONAL INJURY QUESTIONS
The best way to know if you have a case is to contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC immediately following your accidentor injury. Our dedicated and experienced team will speak with youlisten to hear the facts and circumstances of your case, then one of our skilled attorneys will provide you with their legal opinion about whether you have a case worth pursuing. Do not delay, contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC today to begin the process of putting justice on your side!
Not a problem. Under Florida law, you are still entitled to recover monies from the other party for the portion of injuries that they caused. If your personal injury case goes to trial, a judge or jury will assign a percentage of fault to each party involved in the accident. You will be allowed to recover for the damages you did not cause. Give us a call at the Bostick Law Group, PLLC and our experienced and proven team will be more than happy to educate and guide you through this process.
Hiring a skilled and dedicated team to prosecute your claim determines the difference between receiving a gesture of financial compensation or obtaining full recovery for your injuries. Here at the Bostick Law Group, PLLC, our trial team prepares each and every case for trial from the moment you call our firm for legal assistance. Large insurance companies and corporations fear the expense and exposure of trials so they attempt to avoid trials at all costs. By hiring an experienced and proven team like the Bostick Law Group, PLLC, your case is prepared at the beginning for the judge and jury to decide the insurance company’s fate. Don’t waste time, contact the trial team at the Bostick Law Group, PLLC today to begin preparing your claim to receive a full recovery.
You should immediately dial 911 to report the accident and request medical assistance. It is extremely important that you document your accident by way of a police report. It is a terrible idea to accept advice from someone who caused an accident who suggests that you not call the police and to just “work it out.” DO NOT LISTEN TO BAD ADVICE! Call the police so that they may investigate the accident scene, record all proof of motor vehicle ownership and insurance, record all witnesses’ contact information, and record the involved parties’ contact information. Last but not least, contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC to begin the process of putting justice on your side.
No! You should seek immediate medical attention if you are injured. Failure to seek immediate medical attention may hinder your ability to obtain a full financial recovery for your injuries. Additionally, delaying medical treatment could result in furthering your injuries. Do not delay– seek medical attention and contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC today!
Yes. You should take photographs of the accident scene, vehicle damage and your injuries. Preserving and sharing any and all potential evidence for trial will assist our team in prosecuting your claim to recover the maximum justice you deserve. Take photographs then submit them to the Bostick Law Group, PLLC as soon as possible.
No! The insurance company is not your friend and will not work to get you the most money for your injuries. In fact, their job is to save as much money as possible for their company and their insured. As such, do not speak with the other driver’s insurance company. Contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC and allow us to set up the claim for you. Our team will immediately begin preparing your claim for the best outcome possible.
Immediately! The Bostick Law Group, PLLC will guide you through the process of preserving and collecting evidence, will communicate with all insurance companies involved, and most importantly, will provide you with sound legal advice during your critical time of need. Contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC to begin the process of putting justice on your side.
The Bostick Law Group, PLLC is paid under a contingency fee agreement for its personal injury cases. In other words, you will not have upfront or out of pocket expenses and you will not pay us anything unless we recover monies for you. . The Bostick Law Group, PLLC will advance all expenses associated with your personal injury case (e.g., court filing fees, expert witness fees, deposition expenses, service of process expenses, and court reporter expenses). If we successfully recover money for you, our fee is a percentage of the total amount recovered along with our advanced expenses. If we are not successful in recovery, you pay nothing. The Bostick Law Group, PLLC is fully committed to helping you regain control of your life and to obtaining a full recovery for you. You have nothing to lose. Give our team at the Bostick Law Group, PLLC a call today and allow us to help you make your life whole again.
Currently, Florida law requires all drivers to carry Personal Injury Protection (No-Fault) insurance coverage (aka, “PIP Insurance”). PIP insurance provides monies for immediate medical coverage and lost wages up to $10,000.00, without proof of fault. Thus, each driver is responsible for the immediate coverage for their own medical treatment following a motor vehicle accident.
You should immediately report the incident to the owner of the premises and request that an incident report be completed. Next, you should document the incident by taking photographs of the scene and of the dangerous hazard condition that caused you to trip or slip, and fall. Also, you should record the name and contact information of the premise’s owner, witnesses, and a brief description of how the incident transpired, if possible. After completing these steps (if completion of the prior steps is feasible), you should seek immediate medical attention for your injuries. Lastly, contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC to begin the process of putting justice on your side.
ESTATE PLANNING QUESTIONS
No. An agent’s authority in a power of attorney does not survive death. In other words, the power of attorney dies with the decedent. Contact the Bostick Law Group, PLLC today to figure out how best to plan your estate and to avoid probate.
The information contained in this page is intended to be a general review of the topics discussed. Because each case is unique, you should discuss your case with a qualified attorney before relying on the information provided. By providing this information, there is no intent to establish an attorney-client relationship.