Personal Injury

Have you or a loved one been injured due to the fault of another? Did someone else’s negligence contribute to or cause an injury? Our team of skilled personal injury attorneys represent clients from our office in Pensacola, Florida, and are here to help.

Representing Floridians in a Wide Range of Injury Cases

Whether you were injured in a car accident, as a result of medical malpractice, a slip-and-fall or something else, we are available to answer your questions.

Our initial case review is free and there is no cost unless you win.

Complete our free case review form or call our office to learn more about how we can help.

Don’t Lose Evidence by Waiting. Call 850-741-7381.

In every case, performing a thorough and timely investigation is essential. Evidence can disappear quickly. It is crucial that you contact our firm as soon as possible to preserve the evidence before evidence is lost.

When you hire our firm, we will immediately get to work investigating the cause of your injury.

“This office works very hard for their clients. I would recommend this office to anyone.” – D.W.

Free Consultation With a Pensacola Personal Injury Lawyer

No matter the source of the injury, we can help you. Call 850-741-7381 or contact our law firm online to schedule a free initial consultation. We promptly return calls and provide courteous legal guidance to assist you after your accident. If you cannot leave the hospital, we can come visit you.

Don't Lose Evidence by Waiting.

With Over $100,000,000 in Verdicts and Settlements, the Victories Just Keep On Coming.

AUTO ACCIDENTS

$325,000 was awarded to a client who experienced a head-on collision resulting in serious injuries to their legs.

WORKERS' COMPENSATION

$1,100,000 was awarded in a workers' compensation settlement. The client was moving a heavy object resulting in permanent total disability.

SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY

$90,000 in back due benefits and ongoing payments after judge’s hearing for 45-year-old mechanic suffering from severe sleep disorder, leaving him unable to maintain any full-time employment.