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Kendall Personal Injury Lawyer

This area of Miami grew slowly and gradually until 1992, when Hurricane Andrew suddenly devastated this area as well as neighboring communities in South Dade. Hurricanes unexpectedly strike communities and personal injuries unexpectedly strike families. Many victims live quiet and productive lives until a car crash or other personal injury incident turns the world upside down. When that happens, the Kendall personal injury lawyer at Spencer Morgan Law provides the support these victims need.

This support begins when we attend to your immediate needs. Our team has professional relationships with doctors, mechanics, and other accident-related providers who help calm the unexpected storm. Then, we evaluate your case and explain your legal options in language you can understand. Next, we collect evidence that supports your claims and refutes possible defenses. Finally, when the case goes to court, we do not settle for anything less than the best possible results under the circumstances.

Why Do I Need a Kendall Personal Injury Lawyer?

Usually within a few hours of a car crash or other such event, teams of insurance company lawyers begin looking for ways to reduce or deny compensation to victims. Unless a victim has a Kendall personal injury lawyer, the ensuing court case is like a game between the Sunset Knights and the Miami Heat. It’s not a fair fight.

Attorneys even the odds, so injury victims get the compensation they need to pay accident related-bills and the justice they need to obtain closure.

This compensation usually includes money for economic losses, such as medical bills, and noneconomic losses, such as pain and suffering. Additional punitive damages may be available as well, in some extreme cases.

Quite frankly, victims without lawyers almost always settle for less. Attorney-represented victims receive about 80 percent of the settlement money that insurance companies pay victims. Everyone else gets the leftovers, and your family deserves more than leftovers.

Financial compensation also reinforces a basic “you break it, you buy it” responsibility. In this respect, settlements don’t just meet financial needs. They also meet emotional needs. When tortfeasors (negligent actors) accept responsibility for their mistakes, people everywhere, and not just injury victims, benefit.

How Do I Find the Right Lawyer?

Almost any lawyer can negotiate a favorable settlement in a straightforward personal injury case. But straightforward cases are few and far between. Insurance companies often dispute liability (legal responsibility for injury) and/or damages (amount of compensation the victim should receive). Only an experienced, dedicated, and accessible lawyer can negotiate a favorable settlement in such matters.

Experience means more than years of experience. Many lawyers practice law for many years and still have poor litigation and negotiation skills. Your attorney should have a successful track record. Past performance does not guarantee future success, but it makes future success much more likely.

A dedicated lawyer does not look for a quick settlement or an easy way out. A dedicated lawyer is committed to maximum compensation. An accessible lawyer promptly addresses any questions or concerns. Accessible lawyers do not delegate such tasks to paralegal or other office assistants.

Work With a Savvy Kendall Personal Injury Lawyer

Injury victims are entitled to substantial compensation. For a free consultation with an experienced Kendall personal injury lawyer, contact Spencer G. Morgan, Attorney at Law. Virtual, home, and hospital visits are available.

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