Legal Action Should Not Wait After An Accident
Accidents are, by definition, unexpected. They can happen in the middle of your normal routine or interrupt daily activities. When such an unexpected incident results in a serious injury, it can be easy to put off taking legal action. However, you have limited time to pursue a claim or lawsuit.
The statute of limitations in Florida dictates how much time accident victims have to pursue damages. At Gerber Law, we understand the hesitation you may feel about taking legal action. Representing individuals across Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties, as well as statewide, attorney Maria Gerber will provide you with personalized service and aggressive representation to efficiently pursue damages.
Time Limits For Personal Injury Cases
In Florida, the time limits can range from two to four years. If you are unsure whether your accident is still within the statute of limitations, speaking with an attorney can provide both clarification and guidance on your legal options. With a free, no-obligation consultation at our offices, you have nothing to lose by discussing your case with us: 866-233-4529 (4LAW).
Do Not Delay Speaking With An Attorney
Two or four years can seem like plenty of time. However, life moves quickly. Between nursing your injuries and slowly working your way back into your regular routine, it can be incredibly easy to forget to pursue legal action. By the time you consider taking action, you may no longer have the option to do so.
Additionally, taking immediate action can strengthen your case. When you consult with Ms. Gerber as soon as possible, we can thoroughly investigate the cause of the accident and deal with the insurance company to more effectively pursue damages for you.
Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer To Discuss Your Case
If your injury was the result of the negligent or reckless actions of another, pursuing damages for the accident can compensate you for what you have suffered. Schedule a free initial consultation at our offices in Sarasota or Venice, because we operate on a contingency fee basis, you will not pay unless we recover compensation for you. Call us at 866-233-4529 (4LAW) or send us an email.