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The Alexander Law Practice Takes on Unusual Cases in Florida

Usually, when you suffer a physical injury that involves medical bills or loss of income, the injury you suffered can be classified based on the circumstances surrounding the incident that caused that injury, like an “automobile collision” case or a “slip and fall” case. For example, if you are diagnosed with whiplash after another driver rear-ends your vehicle, you are likely aware that you may have a personal injury claim against the responsible driver. You probably also know that a Jacksonville personal injury lawyer with experience handling motor vehicle accidents can advise you on what to do next and can help you pursue your claim.

Of course, the Alexander Law Practice prosecutes these so-called “standard” personal injury claims on a regular basis, from motor vehicle and slip and fall accidents to wrongful death actions. Although each case is unique and falls along a spectrum of complexity, most cases within the same category will include the same basic elements, follow similar procedures and may have legal strategies or arguments in common.

There are many viable personal injury claims, however, that cannot necessarily be categorized in this manner. At the Alexander Law Practice, our attorneys take pride in representing clients who have suffered injuries that may not fit the cookie-cutter description of a typical personal injury claim. Even though some other personal injury law firms refuse to take an unusual case or one that is not a clear “win,” we will consider and evaluate any injury case whose facts fall outside the norm. Whatever the circumstances of your case, our Jacksonville personal injury lawyers are willing to put in the work to help you get the compensation you deserve.

How Do I Know If I Have A Case?

Personal injury cases arise when one person suffers harm from an accident or incident, and another person or entity is legally responsible for that harm. The potential causes of harm are widely varied. For example, in the past, our attorneys have pursued unusual cases where:

  • our clients drove into a six-foot deep canyon, created on a dirt road washed out by days of rain and camouflaged by trees;
  • our client was thrown from a horse onto a negligently placed fence; 
  • our client’s mentally ill aunt was tasered by local police for over two minutes, causing her death;
  • a preschool child put a used condom in her mouth, that she found on the daycare playground;
  • a store employee deliberately stepped our client’s foot, causing surgical injuries.

If you have suffered a physical, financial, or mental injury, or if you have sustained property damage, our attorneys are well-positioned to review your case. Our experienced professionals can assess whether you may be able to file a claim with an insurance carrier (your own or someone else’s) or pursue a claim in court to recover compensation for your losses. And if we cannot handle your case, we are often in a good position to direct you to someone who can.

Do I Need a Jacksonville Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you believe you have a viable personal injury claim, it is always advisable to partner with a knowledgeable and experienced Jacksonville personal injury lawyer to help you recover any financial compensation to which you may be entitled. Seemingly straightforward claims can easily become overwhelming when emotions are high and competing financial interests are at stake. Even if you are just dealing with your own insurance company, your insurance carrier will usually put its own company’s interests first, and you may not have the leverage to advocate effectively on your own behalf. An attorney who understands the claims process and routinely negotiates with insurers and defense counsel is a powerful ally to have by your side.

The lawyers at the Alexander Law Practice have the skills and experience to handle most personal injury claims, even if your claim arises under unique or unusual circumstances. If you have been injured and are not sure what to do next, contact us for a free initial consultation and let our attorneys point you in the right direction.