Frequently Asked Questions
About Personal Injury

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury

A Personal Injury claim refers to any claims for compensation that you are entitled to make when you’re involved in an accident that was not your fault. Usually, the claims are filed against the person or company that is liable for any injury caused to you, and you then negotiate a settlement with the liable party’s insurance company. If that does not resolve the case, then it will be brought to court, where it’s important to have a lawyer that will help you fight for justice.

You can claim as soon as the accident happens and it’s in fact better to act now than later, as you might end up running out of time or losing any evidence. If you’re not sure whether you can claim, we can advise you on what would be best for your situation at no cost with a free consultation.

Yes, personal injury claims in Florida have a “statute of limitations”, meaning that once you go over that deadline, you can no longer file your claim. The time limit is usually four years since the accident happened but this varies case by case so make sure that you act as soon as possible.

The amount of compensation you are entitled to will vary based on several different factors, such as the severity of your injuries, prior injuries, and liability issues that may arise.  By evaluating your case, we will be able to give you a better idea of what kind of claims you are able to pursue

Delving into the legal system on your own can be difficult and stressful, something that we can simplify and turn worry-free with our help. As a previous claim adjuster, Sean Pleus has an exceptional advantage at knowing exactly what insurance companies are looking for when evaluating claims. We will guide you every step of the way and fight your battles to ensure that you get compensation.

This can vary depending on whether your case can be settled through the insurance of the liable individual or company or if it goes to trial in court. Both can take months or years. There is usually no way to determine this from the start but we guarantee support every step of the way. 

We work on a contingency fee, meaning that we only get paid if we are successful in settling your case or winning at trial.

Yes, if the claim reaches a point of negotiation, then we will take care of that. We will advise you on whether it’s too soon to settle and what course of action would be best for your case but will ultimately act based on your wishes.

We like to use a personal approach for every claim we handle. That’s why we offer an initial free consultation to get to know each other and to allow you to see if we’re the right match for your situation. We intend to make this process as easy and stress-free as possible for you, and this starts from the moment you contact us for the consultation up until we win the case.