Experienced Clearwater personal injury attorney Paul Genet can answer questions about your rights after a Clearwater accident. Law Office of Paul B. Genet, P.A. handles auto accidents, boating accidents, motorcycle accidents, birth injuries and medical malpractice cases, among others.
Below, we have provided answers to some frequently asked questions about personal injury law in Clearwater. When you are ready to further explore your options and rights, Law Office of Paul B. Genet, P.A. can discuss the details of your case with you at length.
If you or a family member has been injured because of someone else's negligent behavior, you may be entitled to a monetary award. Call Law Office of Paul B. Genet, P.A. at 727.400.3010 or contact us online for experienced personal injury and Clearwater car accident representation.
There is no charge for your initial consultation.
It is in your best interests to only provide your contact information to an insurance company until you consult with a Clearwater personal injury lawyer. The more significant your injuries, the more imperative it is to seek legal counsel before providing any statement.
It depends on the details of your case. However, the vast majority of personal injury cases settle prior to trial.
Pain and suffering includes physical injuries and mental anguish. Mental anguish can be a factor when individuals can no longer do the activities they were able to perform before the accident. An impending surgery may also cause mental anguish.
The compensation for most cases is based on the following factors:
An experienced Clearwater personal injury attorney can review and interpret your information to determine an appropriate value for your claim. Law Office of Paul B. Genet, P.A. considers these factors:
The goal is fair and adequate compensation for your injury, and an experienced attorney knows what a jury is likely to award. The strength of lay and expert witness testimony may influence that amount.
Many factors determine how much compensation you may receive, including the severity of your injuries, your past medical history and the insurance coverage carried by the responsible person or company. A Clearwater accident attorney can assess the potential value of your claim.