Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

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Personal Injury Lawyer Joe Zarzaur of Zarzaur Law started the firm with a mission to assist people seriously hurt by the careless actions of another, such as in a car accident or slip and fall, as well as individuals and companies involved in personal and business insurance claim disputes.

Zarzaur Law understands that personal injury matters are trying and emotional experiences. Serving Pensacola and the Florida Panhandle for many years, Joe Zarzaur has eased clients through a variety of personal injury matters with the sensitive, skilled, and creative representation that guides them towards the most positive conclusion possible. In the following videos, Joe Zarzaur covers issues that he feels may affect our Florida neighbors. If you have questions after watching, our firm is here to talk with you about these and other legal matters.

Please take a moment and enjoy this free legal advice video series from Pensacola personal injury lawyer Joe Zarzaur. For Joe’s full list of videos, please visit his YouTube page. For a free case evaluation, please call Joe at (855) HireJoe.

Getting Started

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Frequently Asked QuestionS

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What happens after I sign a fee agreement?
Pensacola Civil Trial Lawyer and personal injury lawyer Joe Zarzaur explains that actually little happens on the legal front since many clients are still treating for their injuries. A personal injury lawyer plays a vital role at this point in making sure that all rights are being preserved but a full case evaluation cannot be completed until the medical treatment has reached the point that the treatment is no longer helping.
Importance of Hiring a Board Certified Lawyer
Pensacola Civil Trial Lawyer and personal injury lawyer Joe Zarzaur of Zarzaur Law, P.A. goes through the steps of becoming a board certified civil trial lawyer in Florida. He discusses the fact that only about 1% of Florida lawyers are board certified and that this designation is the only manner that the Florida Bar permits its members discuss the quality of their services.
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