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What is a Contingency Fee?

Posted September 19, 2023

When an accident victim seeks legal counsel from a personal injury lawyer in Tampa, he or she is often struggling with expensive hospital bills, future foreseeable medical costs, property damage and lost wages. The victim may not have the financial ability to pay attorney’s fees during this taxing time. To solve this issue, many personal… read more

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The Statute of Limitations in Florida Personal Injury Cases

Posted September 5, 2023

If you get injured in an accident in Florida, you may be eligible for financial compensation from the person or party at fault. However, a strict time limit applies to personal injury claims in Florida that, if broken, will bar an injured victim from seeking a monetary recovery. This law is called the statute of… read more

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Can I Fire My Personal Injury Lawyer?

Posted August 31, 2023

Yes, you can fire your personal injury lawyer. But, should you? In Florida, you can choose to fire a lawyer from your personal injury case at any time. Here’s a guide on when you should consider firing your personal injury lawyer and how to fire your lawyer if you decide it’s the right choice. When… read more

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Tampa No Win No Fee Lawyer

Posted August 30, 2023

“No win, no fee” How Vanguard Attorneys Contingency Fees Empower Clients “No win, no fee” lawyers operate on a contingency fee basis. This means they don’t require payment upfront. They only get paid if your case is resolved successfully, usually through a settlement or a win in court. This arrangement can be financially favorable for… read more

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The Role of Expert Witnesses

Posted August 23, 2023

During a personal injury claim, the injured party or plaintiff has the burden of proof. To obtain financial compensation, the victim or victim’s Tampa personal injury attorney must establish that someone else is more likely to be at fault for the injury than not. One key type of evidence often used in a personal injury… read more

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Negotiation vs. Litigation in Personal Injury Cases

Posted August 7, 2023

Negotiation vs. Litigation: Understanding Different Approaches in Personal Injury Cases When it comes to personal injury cases, finding the right approach to resolve disputes and seek compensation is crucial. Two primary methods commonly employed are negotiation and litigation. Negotiation involves a cooperative effort between parties to reach a settlement, while litigation involves taking the matter… read more

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