Were you or a loved one seriously injured in Florida?
Finding the right attorney near you is the first step to financial recovery.
Personal injury law is a broad category that encompasses many types of civil actions called “torts.” It is important to understand that Florida law places a deadline, also called a statute of limitations, on all personal injury cases. In general, you only have between 2 and 4 years from the date of an accident, injury or death to file a personal injury lawsuit in court. The purpose of a personal injury claim is to help make the injured individual (the “plaintiff”) financially whole again after suffering harm due to another’s negligence or misconduct.
Our Florida personal injury lawyers specialize in the following types of cases:
Justice and compensation for Tampa injury victims
One of the many factors that makes personal injury lawsuits particularly challenging and confusing is that local, state and federal laws can all determine how much compensation you’re entitled to. For this reason, it’s important you talk to a lawyer who is intimately familiar with the relevant laws in your area. Our Tampa personal injury attorneys help accident victims and their families get the financial compensation they need for the best possible recovery.GET A FREE CASE EVALUATION
The minutes, days and weeks following a motor vehicle collision are often full of confusion, anxiety and stress. During this difficult time, it’s also extremely important that you take the right steps and avoid common pitfalls in order to get compensated for your damages and injuries. Even though Florida is a no-fault state when it comes to auto accidents (which means that each driver’s own car insurance pays for his or her injuries and damages that result, regardless of who was at fault for the crash), sometimes the basic coverage isn’t enough to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. In serious accidents, you’ll need an experienced attorney near you to secure additional compensation.
Our Florida auto accident lawyers specialize in the following types of crash cases:
Collisions and crashes in Tampa, FL
Hundreds of people die each year on the clogged roads, highways and interstates in the Tampa Bay area and Hillsborough County, and tens of thousands more are injured in car accidents. With statistics such as these, it’s no wonder why many residents are concerned about being involved in a crash in Tampa. If you were in a serious collision, or if you lost a loved one in a fatal car crash, it’s time to talk with an experienced Tampa car accident lawyer as soon as possible to learn about your legal options and financial future.
St. Petersburg auto accidents
In St. Petersburg, Florida, it’s common to hear about serious and deadly car crashes on the local news. Despite these stories, it still comes as a shock when you or a loved one are involved in a wreck. Whether you were the victim of a hit and run, drunk driving accident, pedestrian collision, or a distracted or reckless driver, our St. Petersburg car accident lawyers can explain what steps to take next and how to ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
All businesses and property owners in Florida have a legal duty to reasonably protect visitors from harm. So when a person is seriously hurt or killed in a store, in a backyard pool or even on public property, they may have recourse to get compensated for injuries and damages. However, premises liability law in the Sunshine State is complex and confusing, which is why it’s vital to consult a local attorney who is knowledgeable in these types of cases.
Doctors owe patients a duty of care. When a doctor, hospital or practice fails to uphold this duty, and a patient is injured or dies as a result, then legal recourse may be possible in the form of a medical malpractice lawsuit. As with most other personal injury cases, a successful medical malpractice claim requires you to prove that a healthcare provider or facility breached their duty of care — known as “negligence.” If you or a loved one were the victim of medical negligence, it’s essential you act quickly since there is a 2-year statute of limitations on malpractice cases in Florida.
Attorney Peter Tragos’ tips for choosing an injury lawyer
- Ask the attorney how many cases they have taken to court and all the way to trial.
- We assign an attorney to your case from beginning to end.
- We care about EVERY SINGLE ONE of our cases.
If you schedule a meeting with our car accident lawyers, your first consultation is 100% free. During your free case evaluation, we’ll review your case and give you all the information you need to make the best decision moving forward.
Have questions about your case? Get answers now
If you or a loved one were injured, you probably have a lot of questions right now about your legal options. While every personal case is different and we strongly recommend consulting a knowledgeable attorney about your specific situation, we’ve also developed a comprehensive and free online resource for accident victims in Florida. For helpful information and answers, visit
Florida Auto Accident &
Personal Injury Guide