Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer?

When you are injured through the fault of another person, or you have been harmed by a dangerous product produced by a company, you have the right to pursue compensation. However, it's not as easy as it sounds. In fact, it can be incredibly difficult and stressful if you try to obtain fair results on your own.

This brings us to the most significant reason you need a personal injury lawyer: He or she is specifically trained in how to pursue justice and compensation for you. You'll be negotiating with highly skilled insurance adjusters whose job it is to minimize the amount of money they give you. Only a lawyer is better trained than the insurance representatives.

The job of an insurance adjuster is to take advantage of unskilled negotiators. Don't be one. Get a legal advocate on your side.

By retaining a lawyer at the Tampa firm of Anderson & Anderson, you have the opportunity to work with a legal advocate who can help seek the best resolution for your particular case. Our attorneys are well-versed in Florida personal injury law. In fact, Timothy Anderson Sr. has been Board-Certified by The Florida Bar for more than 30 years.

Choose An Attorney Who Will Take Your Case To Trial If Needed

At the law firm of Anderson & Anderson, you will receive personal service and one-on-one attention. We're not a personal injury "mill" that tries to resolve as many cases as possible in the easiest way in order to maximize our own profits. Instead, we're willing to invest the necessary time and energy to take your case to trial, if that would be most beneficial for you.

Choose A Lawyer Who Stays Up-To-Date

Our accident lawyers are also well-versed in Florida's complex no-fault law and personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. These statutes are regularly revised and are fraught with pitfalls for the unwary. However, we stay up-to-date with these changes and can guide you through the process.

Request a free case evaluation today by calling 813-251-0072 or 800-848-3024, or by emailing our office. You won't owe us anything unless we obtain compensation for you.