George∙Gesten∙McDonald’s Personal Injury Practice Group is led by Matthew R. Chiapperini, who has represented accident victims throughout the State of Florida. Matthew has successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients through zealous advocacy for their rights.
There are many different types of accidents that fall under the broad category of personal injury, including:
Personal injuries are most often the result of someone’s negligence, meaning that someone failed to use reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury to you. Determining who was at fault for your accident can be complex. In most cases, fault is apportioned to each person involved in the accident based on their conduct that may have caused, or contributed to causing, the accident. In some situations, a defendant may be responsible for your injuries regardless of whether that defendant was negligent. Having an experienced attorney on your side may be the determining factor in how fault is determined in your case.
What are my damages?
Damages are difficult to quantify. Many different variables are considered when evaluating your case, including fault. Every case and every victim are different. Every damages assessment is equally different. At George∙Gesten∙McDonald our Personal Injury Practice Group strives to provide up-front, honest case evaluations and to communicate with our clients throughout the claims process so that you are fully informed from the beginning of your case.
How much does this cost?
Our Personal Injury Practice Group represents victims of accidents on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not get paid unless your case is successful. Our attorneys’ fees are based on a percentage of the recovery we secure on your behalf. Our personal injury clients will never be asked to pay a retainer fee or other up-front expenses. Simply put, there are no fees or costs if we are unable to secure compensation for your injuries.
How do I get started?
Call us toll free at (833) 346-3587 to speak with a member of our Personal Injury Practice Group for your free consultation. Do not delay! There are important deadlines associated with every personal injury case, including a Statute of Limitations. Long delays, large gaps in your medical treatment and unsecured benefits may damage your case if you file a lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries.