Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyers




Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorneys: Frequently Asked Questions

The legal process can be rather intimidating and confusing for those persons who have not previously had reason to be engaged with the civil justice system. It is natural then that you may have questions about what options may be available to you, what actions may be required of you, and other general concerns that might bear upon your decision to pursue or forego legal action. In an effort to assist you in this matter we have here compiled some of the questions that we are asked most frequently, as well as their answers.

For further explanation or to inquire about issues not addressed here, please do not hesitate to contact the skilled and experienced Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyers of Salpeter Gitkin, LLP at 954-467-8622.

  • Can I change attorneys during a case?
  • What is a deposition?
  • What is premises liability?
  • How much money can I get for my case?
  • What is workers’ compensation?
  • What qualifies as medical malpractice?
  • Can I be taxed for settlement money?
  • Can a case be opened again following settlement?
  • What if I contributed to my accident?
  • Who is allowed to file a wrongful death suit?
  • How do I know if negligence occurred?
  • When do I really need a lawyer?
  • What is the statute of limitations for my claim?
  • Will my case go to trial?
  • What might I gain from filing a lawsuit?
  • How long will I have to wait until my case is resolved?
  • Do I really need to file a lawsuit, or can I just file an insurance claim?