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Personal Injury

Our goal is to recover the maximum compensation available after an injury in FL for every client, based on the facts of their case. Central to this is our investigation into your accident, your injuries, and your damages. Our personal injury attorneys in FL collect bills, receipts, and other documentation of your expenses, and identify all possible losses. It is easy to overlook damages and leave a lot of money on the table when you go into negotiations. Our knowledge of personal injury cases allows us to see the full scope of your accident-related losses.

What are the most common types of personal injury related damages that you can recover compensation for?

  • Medical care;

  • Ongoing and future care;

  • Home health care or treatment at long-term care facilities;

  • Wheelchairs, walkers, lifts, and other related products;

  • Home renovation for accessibility;

  • Lost wages;

  • Future lost income;

  • Property damage;

  • Pain and suffering; and

  • Other accident-related costs.

Our Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorneys recommend keeping records of all your expenses and losses related to your accident in one file. This makes it easier to remember all of your costs, and helps to ensure we calculate a fair value for your personal injury claim.

How an Attorney Can Help You Get the Most From Your Claim

You could pursue compensation for your accident on your own, but we often see people recover far more with the help of an attorney. Our Fort Lauderdale accident attorneys can ensure your rights remain protected and keep the insurance company from attempting to take advantage of you. When an injury has you feeling frustrated, angry, and stressed out, the last thing you need to deal with is an insurer’s efforts to reduce the value of your claim.


When people call us, they are not sure how to get the money they need—or if they even can. If you have questions or concerns, or need help recovering the compensation you deserve, do not hesitate to call us. Our Fort Lauderdale attorneys can answer your questions and help you file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit to help you get back on your feet.


In most cases, we can recover the compensation you deserve without having to file a lawsuit or go in front of a judge. Most personal injury cases settle before reaching that step. After investigating your accident and building a strong case on your behalf, we will file a third-party liability insurance claim against the at-fault party. Depending on the case, we could base this claim on their:

  • Business liability insurance;

  • Homeowner’s insurance;

  • Auto liability insurance; or

  • Another policy, such as one that covers a boat or an all-terrain vehicle.

After we file your claim and present evidence, we can usually negotiate a fair settlement. We avoid court when possible to make the process faster and keep costs low for you.


Rarely, the insurance company will deny our claim or refuse to offer a fair settlement. When this occurs, our Fort Lauderdale personal injury law firm will not hesitate to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault party and their insurance company. Sometimes, the insurer will respond with a better offer and we are still able to settle out of court. In other cases, we take your case in front of a judge and ask the court to award you a fair payout.

What kind of evidence is needed to prove negligence?


Most personal injury claims require us to provide evidence that the at-fault party acted negligently. Only if we prove negligence can we hold them liable and recover the compensation you need.

  1. The other party had a certain duty to keep you from unreasonable danger;

  2. They failed to uphold this duty;

  3. Their failure caused your accident and injuries; and

  4. You suffered financial damages in the accident.


The evidence we collect depends heavily on how your injuries happened. The proof in a medical malpractice case is different from the evidence in a car collision, for example. However, we know how to gather the most effective evidence in any case. This may include:

  • Police, first responder, or business accident reports;

  • Eyewitness testimony;

  • Surveillance video;

  • Smartphone photos of the scene; and

  • Your medical records.

Types of Personal Injury Accidents and Injuries

Personal injury accidents can occur in a number of ways. Almost any accident that occurs because of someone else’s carelessness or reckless behavior can fall into this category. We will be glad to review your case, no matter how your injuries occurred.

What are the most common personal injury accidents we deal with?

  • Slips, trips, and other falls;

  • Car accidents;

  • Motorcycle accidents;

  • Truck crashes;

  • Accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists;

  • Premises liability incidents;

  • Medical Malpractice;

  • Nursing home abuse and neglect; and

  • Defective product accidents.

Florida’s Statute of Limitations on Personal Injury Lawsuits

Florida law gives you four years to file most personal injury lawsuits. While this statute refers only to litigating the case and not pursuing an insurance claim, we need to act quickly to ensure you retain the right to take the case to court. Knowing you could file a lawsuit provides an important incentive for the insurance company to offer a fair settlement during negotiations. If we let this deadline pass, the insurer will have little motivation to offer you the compensation you deserve.


Some incidents have much shorter deadlines. When a government agency or on-the-clock employee caused your injuries, for example, you may have only a few months to take action. A Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyer can help you understand the time limits that apply to your case, and how they may affect your payout.

Talk to a Personal Injury Lawyer in FL Today.

If you suffered injuries in a FL personal injury accident, QBM LEGAL can help you hold the negligent party liable for your damages. We will help you recover maximum compensation based on the facts of your case, getting you money to cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.


We are in your corner at every stage of your case.

Our firm pursues your claim in its entirety. You can expect our help throughout the following stages of your case:

  • Initial intake/investigation. We will interview you and any eyewitnesses, review documents, and file a claim on your behalf.

  • Settlement negotiations. Once the other side has looked over your claim, it will likely offer a settlement. In most cases, this settlement is much too low. We will stand up for you and negotiate until the settlement covers the entirety of your losses.

  • Lawsuit. If the other party refuses to cooperate or give you a reasonable settlement, we will file a lawsuit.

  • Written discovery. We will formally request important information from the other party to give you the answers you have been looking for. We will also help you respond to any questions or requests directed at you.

  • Depositions. We will prepare you to give testimony under oath and formally question the other party and witnesses as needed.

  • Mediation. If ordered by the court, we will negotiate with the other party or insurance company during mediation.

  • Trial: Though not every case goes through every stage, we are prepared to go the distance for you, including trial.

Call us today at +1 (954) 669-0809 to schedule a FREE consultation.


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