How will my attorney determine whether I have a case following my injury caused by another person?
If you are injured in the state of Florida due to the negligence of someone else and you consult with an attorney for the purposes of determining whether you have a case or not, that attorney will need to look at several different factors.
The main factor is liability, and the second factor is damages. So, the liability determination will be made based upon information that you give and bring to the attorney, if you have pictures of how the accident occurred or the aftermath of the accident, and as far as the injuries themselves, the medical records will speak for themselves on the injuries, and the cost of future medical bills and past medical bills. All of those things have to be considered to determine if you have a case that you want to proceed with.
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