We Keep Less So You Make More
Auto Negligence $7,250,000
Auto negligence of a rental car employee and a pedestrian, resulting in serious and permanent injuries to both legs of our client.
Motorcycle Crash $5,000,000
Victim of a Motorcycle crash. Partial amputation of the lower extremity and other medical complications.
Car Accident $3,000,000
A pedestrian was struck and killed by a commercial carrier while changing a tire.
Car Accident $1,300,000
Outside vehicle entering a construction site striking worker; resulting in a fatality.
Faulty Equipment $1,000,000
Faulty equipment resulting in paraplegia of young athlete.
Medical Malpractice $1,000,000
Medical error in over-prescribing medication and pharmacy failing to identify an error, resulting in overdose.
Excessive Force $880,000
Excessive Force resulting in C2 fracture requiring surgery.
Negligence in causing a commercial tanker to overturn, resulting in environmental cleanup.
Auto Negligence $600,000
Auto negligence resulting in abdominal surgery for son and cervical surgery for mom.
Civil Rights Violation$500,000
Negligence/Excessive Force in the execution of a search warrant resulting in a fatal shooting.
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Why Are We Reducing our Fees for all Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, and Motorcycle Injury Cases Through 2022?
Simply put, it’s the right thing to do. Mark NeJame and NeJame Law have enjoyed great success over these many years. A native of Orlando, Mark has been instrumental in some of this tremendous growth. Being service oriented his entire life and active socially, politically, and with multiple charities, the motto in the NeJame household is “To those who much is given, much is expected”. As such, it seems only right to give back to those injured or hurt in this way. So many Personal Injury attorneys have made fortunes off the injuries of others. Why do you think you see so many advertising this area of the law? It’s simple…it can be extremely profitable. Although other lawyers may not like us doing this, we really don’t care. It is giving back in the NeJame Law tradition, especially during these times.
No Recovery, No Fee…and we also advance all the costs. If there is no recovery, we cover all your costs and you will owe us nothing. All of our personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis so you will not have to pay any upfront expenses or fees.
Contact our team using the online form provided on this page or by phone at (407) 500-0000 to schedule a consultation—Remember our attorney fees are reduced by 10% by through December 31st, 2022, for all car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle injury cases. We strive to provide clients with as much convenience as possible, so we can come to you, sign you online, or accommodate you wherever and however is most convenient.
What is Considered a Personal Injury?
Personal injury is any physical, mental, or emotional injury that a person may suffer as a result of the negligence of another. In some accidents, it may be immediately apparent that someone’s carelessness contributed to your injuries and damages, such as a rear-end collision or being T-boned. In other cases, such as a slip and fall accident, it may not be so immediately obvious. In some instances there may be what is referred to as comparative negligence, meaning you still may have a damage recovery but it is apportioned by the degree of fault. It only benefits you to have an experienced personal injury attorney evaluate your case and represent your interests. NeJame Law has recovered millions upon millions for their clients and is dedicated to obtaining the maximum recovery for you.
There are many different types of personal injury cases under Florida Law that we handle, including:
- Auto accidents: Car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents account for a large amount of the personal injury claims we see. Also, if you’ve been injured in a hit and run accident or were involved in a school bus accident, you can trust us to know how to find the maximum insurance that may be available through the at fault party to compensate you fully for your injuries.
- Medical malpractice or Pharmaceutical Negligence: Unfortunately, our own doctors, surgeons, and other medical professionals can sometimes make errors, leaving us in pain and sometimes permanently injured. NeJame Law will assist you in determining who is responsible for such life shattering mistakes such as birth injuries, surgical errors, and prescription overdoses.
- Boating accidents: Boating is a favorite pastime of many residents and tourists throughout Central Florida, though it can often end in injury when excessive speed, inexperience, or alcohol intoxication are involved. Our firm can help you seek justice after an injury on the water.
- Serious and Catastrophic Injuries: Some injuries are more serious, or catastrophic, than others and lead to lifelong disability and other complications. Our firm takes these cases seriously and can help you get the justice you deserve after suffering from burn injuries, brain injuries, and neck and back injuries.
- Food poisoning: Restaurants, cafes, and other establishments can be at-fault for instances of food poisoning. However, some measure of permanent or ongoing injury is usually necessary for a substantial claim. We can guide you through this in making a determination.
- Police brutality and misconduct: If you have been injured by an overly aggressive, violent, or negligent police officer and subject to police brutality, we will evaluate your claim with you. This area of the law can be especially challenging and we have the expertise to guide you though it.
- Premises liability: This area of the law covers a range of matters such as being attacked or hurt by the negligent hiring or supervision of another. A lack of providing proper security, not having properly lighted premises, or falling down stairs that weren’t maintained properly, or being involved in theme park accidents are but some examples. Property owners are responsible for keeping their premises safe and when they violate this obligation, they are accountable. Other types of premise liability accidents include slip and falls and Dog bites.
The injuries a person can sustain in an accident vary. Some may seem relatively minor at first but only get worse over time. Conversely, some people fortunately heal fully and quickly. The amount of your financial recovery depends on many factors including these, but also may include one’s age, financial situation, employment, dependents, lifestyle, pre-existing injuries, and degree of injury. Whether whiplash (soft tissue injury), broken bones and fractures, spinal cord and neck injuries, traumatic brain injuries, loss of limbs, or death, we are here to help. The sooner you retain your lawyer, the better it typically is. Obtaining pictures of the accident or injury, securing witness statements, advising on a path of treatment, or a response to an insurance company inquiry could all be essential in securing and maximizing your claim for damages.
Can Families File Claims After Death?
In addition to helping injured individuals seek compensation for their damages, we also provide comfort and guidance for grieving families who have lost spouses, siblings, and children in accidents. In addition to recovering medical bills, property damage, and lost wages, we can recover additional damages through a wrongful death claim. Some of these damages include loss of companionship, burial and funeral expenses, and lost income.
Though your loved one is no longer with you, our lawyers utilize our knowledge, care, and concern to make sure that you have the requisite guidance, representation, and answers as you navigate these painful, new, and very sad waters.
Florida’s Statute of Limitations
Acting quickly after an accident is important if you wish to increase your chances of recovering compensation. Individuals who have been injured don’t have all the time in the world to file personal injury claims—every state, including Florida, has an established statute of limitations. In our state, victims have four years from the date of injury to file a civil lawsuit.
Why Choose NeJame Law?
NeJame Law has the rare distinction to be recognized by the legal community, ranking as both AV-rated (highest ranking available) and the prestigious Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, the definitive guide to the most distinguished law firms in the United States. Additionally, NeJame Law has been voted "Best Law Firm in Central Florida" on multiple occasions and its attorneys have been awarded many recognitions including "Best Lawyers in Orlando" by Orlando Style Magazine, "Legal Elite" by Florida Trend Magazine, and "50 More Powerful People in Orlando" by Orlando Magazine. With a reputation for excellence, success, integrity, and tenacity, our lawyers have handled some of the highest profile cases in the country. Our lawyers have appeared in different national media, including The New York Times, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, HLN, MSNBC, FOX News, and Aljazeera, as well as regularly appearing locally.
The 14 Days Rule
Florida requires you to seek medical attention within 14 days of the accident or otherwise you will lose the right to make a claim. This is a strict and hard fast law. You MUST seek medical attention within this time or you will lose your claim. NeJame Law can assist you in finding or recommending the right health care provider for your injury if you do not have one of your own. Seek the best possible care that you can afford.
Contact our experienced Orlando personal injury attorney at (407) 500-0000. Our compassionate and experienced legal team would be honored to assist you.
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