Pensacola personal injury lawyer Joe Zarzaur has won thousands of cases for his clients, including one of the largest single injury verdicts in Escambia County, Florida history. Because of this, Joe has become known for his record results and million dollar recoveries in a broad spectrum of personal injury cases.
Joe has experience with personal injury matters, including:
- Automobile Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Trucking Accidents
- Dog Bites
- Boating Accidents
- Birth Injures
- Cycling Accidents
- Brain Injuries
- Medical Malpractice
- Triathlon Injuries
- Burn Injuries
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Defective Products
- Wrongful Death
At Zarzaur Law, Joe and his staff pride themselves on providing the highest quality services, regardless of the size of the case. Licensed in Florida and Alabama, Joe can provide assistance to clients across the Gulf Coast. Your case will be handled by a skilled team with proven success. And remember, there is no fee unless we win your personal injury case.
How Can a Pensacola Personal Injury Attorney Help You?
A person who wants to make a personal injury claim for damages must do so according to the provisions of the law. Each state determines what claims can be made for personal injury and the procedures that claimants must follow to commence and prosecute a claim. The law does not provide separate rules for those who do not understand the law and court processes. It is best to work with an experienced Pensacola personal injury lawyer who can help you navigate the legal process, and has the resources to prepare a strong case on your behalf.
Proving a Personal Injury Claim
In every personal injury case, the burden is on the victim to prove their claim. For instance, if the claim is based on negligence, the victim must prove all the elements of negligence in the case. The victim must prove that the defendant owed them a duty of care, the defendant breached their duty of care, the breach was the legal cause of the victim’s injury, and the victim suffered actual damages.
Proving all the elements of negligence can be very complex in some cases. A claimant’s case must be very precise because the law allows little room for error. The victim must prove all elements of their negligence claim in order to be successful in their case. Proving all the elements in a case requires relevant evidence. An experienced Pensacola personal injury law attorney with trial experience knows how to identify compelling evidence to prove your case. He or she is also aware of the tactics that defendants, like insurance companies and big corporations, use to deny victims of their fair compensation.
You do not get two chances to prosecute a personal injury claim. Once a settlement is reached or a verdict is delivered, that is the end of the case. It is very rare, if not impossible, for your case to be revisited. You deserve solid representation in the one chance that you get to present your case and make a claim for the damages you have suffered. Your future and the future of your loved ones could be hanging in the balance when you leave your case in the hands of a lawyer with no experience.
At Zarzaur Law, we have the experience and the resources to provide you with the strong legal representation required to pursue your claim. Besides establishing who is legally responsible for your injury, another crucial part of preparing your case is determining the value of your claim. Our attorneys understand both the law and the medicine involved in serious injury cases. We have an on-staff medical doctor who works with the firm in preparing cases for trial. We also have access to experts who can provide valuable expert testimony and assist us in determining the value of your monetary and non-monetary damages.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Case?
If you have been injured as a result of another person’s negligence, time may be running out for you. Under Florida Statutes section 95.11, personal injury cases based on negligence must be filed within four years of the injury. Medical malpractice and wrongful death cases must be filed within two years. There is an advantage to filing your claim as quickly as possible to avoid the loss of evidence that may be valuable to your case. If you think you have a personal injury case, take action as quickly as possible and call Joe and his team at Zarzaur Law.
Be confident you have a legal expert on your side. If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, contact Zarzaur Law today for a free case evaluation at (855) 447-3563.