Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims

Adler Wellikoff, is a law firm in Boca Raton founded on the principle of offering big-firm representation in a personalized manner that only a boutique law firm can provide, priding ourselves on access to our lawyers and responsiveness to our clients' needs. Our founding attorneys have practiced at some of the country's largest law firms, honing their skills in both negotiation and litigation.

With more than 25 years of combined experience, we put your needs first and foremost. Here are a few frequently asked questions about filing a personal injury lawsuit.

What is the statute of limitations for personal injury claims in Florida?

For most cases involving a physical injury, such as a car accident, the time limit for filing a lawsuit is four years.

How do attorney fees work for personal injury cases?

Personal injury cases typically work on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay any attorney fees until we win a monetary award for you.

My child has a severe food allergy and was exposed to the allergen after we were misled about ingredients in a dish at a restaurant. Do we have a claim?

Our firm is passionate about this issue. The daughter of one of our founding attorneys has a severe egg allergy, so we understand firsthand the seriousness of the matter. If there was gross negligence involved, you may have a claim. Most don't realize they have a case. The best way to find out is to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers.

Do most personal injury claims go to trial?

In general, no. But our attorneys do what is in our clients' best interests. We are prepared to go to trial if necessary.

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