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Under Florida law, people who have been injured in accidents caused by someone else’s carelessness — the legal term is “negligence” — are entitled to recover damages from the person who caused the accident. The injured person must establish that the person who allegedly caused the accident is legally liable for damages. This applies to most kinds of injuries, with some important exceptions. Injuries sustained in car accidents, for example, are subject to Florida’s “no-fault” insurance law.

Asserting a claim for personal injury in Florida usually starts by making a claim to the other person’s insurance company, which is obligated to pay any valid claim for damages. Personal injury law therefore requires knowledge of both the Florida legal system and the insurance business. The Orlando personal injury attorneys at Cordova Law Firm PLLC have years of professional experience in both worlds. We understand the ins-and-outs of personal injury, cases, and understand how to present these cases to both to an insurance company and, if necessary, to a judge or jury in a courtroom. Learn more about how we can help you with your personal injury claim by calling us or contacting us online. Your initial consultation with us is free and confidential.

Contact an Orlando Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation

If you have been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you need someone on your side to fight for your rights. Cordova Law Firm’s team of Orlando personal injury attorneys can help you. Please call us at (321) 267-3682 or contact us online today to speak to someone about your case. Your first consultation with us is always 100% free.

Orlando Personal Injury Claims We Help With

Car Accidents

Automobile accidents can cause severe, debilitating injuries, or worse, but Florida law treats auto accident injury claims differently than most other personal injury claims. Usually, a person who has suffered injuries because of someone else's negligent or wrongful actions makes a claim on that person's insurance.

Slip & Fall

People who are injured because of hazardous conditions on someone else's property may be able to recover damages for their injuries. Florida property owners have legal duties to people that they invite or allow into their homes or businesses. This includes, at a minimum, a duty to warn about dangers on the premises.

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