Orlando Car Accident Lawyer
Millions of Dollars Recovered for Our Clients
If you were injured in a car accident, you are surely dealing with a great deal of stress and pain—especially if you have suffered serious injuries. Getting a strong settlement for your damages may not even feel like a priority. In moments such as these, it is imperative that you retain the services of an Orlando car accident lawyer from Todd Miner Law. Our firm is dedicated to lending a helping hand to those who have been negligently injured. We can help you file a claim so that you and your loved ones don't have to experience financial strain as a result of your car accident.
How Can You Benefit From Working with the Team at Todd Miner Law?
- We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients
- We have over 25 years of experience in personal injury law
- Todd Miner has experience as an insurance defense attorney
- We work on a contingency fee basis – no recovery, no fee
- We have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau
Car Accident Statute Of Limitations
Filing a claim and filing a lawsuit are not the same. A claim usually refers to the process of notifying the insurance company, while filing a lawsuit refers to the legal process that gets the case into the court system with the intention of having a judge or jury ultimately decide the outcome of an otherwise unresolved claim for damages. The deadline to file a lawsuit is commonly referred to as the statute of limitations. In Florida, the statute of limitations for most negligence actions, such as car accidents, is four years from the date of the incident. If you file your lawsuit after four years, it will likely be dismissed by the judge, and you will have lost your chance to seek damages for your injuries.
In addition to the statute of limitations, there are many other reasons why delaying your claim can be detrimental to your claim and potentially prevent you from recovering compensation for all of your damages. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, it’s imperative that you take immediate action as soon as possible and call Todd Miner Law. All of the auto accident attorneys at Todd Miner Law are former insurance company defense attorneys. We’ve all been on “the other side”, and understand the complex nature and law of personal injury and will work hard to ensure that we secure the compensation you deserve.
What Damages Can I Recover from an Auto Accident?
There are three main types of compensation you can recover for after an accident, economic, non-economic and punitive. Economic damages compensate for financial losses while non-economic damages compensate for the more abstract losses associated with suffering an injury. Punitive damages are not often awarded since they are usually reserved for cases where the defendant knew their actions cause harm but did them anyway.
Economic and Non-Economic Damages Usually Cover:
- Loss of income or wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Past and future medical bills
- Mental and emotional anguish
- Physical pain and suffering
If you were injured by a careless, reckless, or otherwise negligent driver, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. Similarly, if your loved one was killed in a car accident caused by another driver, our attorneys can help you file a wrongful death claim—which can help your family pay for funeral costs and any medical bills. Whatever the case, we are here to help you deal with this challenging situation by taking effective legal action.
At Todd Miner Law, we know that the aftermath of an auto accident can be challenging—not just emotionally and physically, but financially. This is why our firm works on a contingency fee basis. To put it simply: we don’t ask for any legal fees unless we secure a financial award on your behalf. That way, we can focus on your case while you focus on your recovery. If our firm doesn’t win your case, you don’t pay.
What is Pure Comparative Negligence?
Can you file a claim even if you are partially at fault for the accident that led to your injuries? In Florida you can. Just like nearly one-third of states in the United States, Florida is a “pure comparative negligence” state.
Pure comparative negligence is a rule which allows an injured person to pursue compensation for their injuries no matter their degree of fault for the accident that led to their injuries, however, any compensation won will be reduced by their percentage of fault.
Get Decades of Legal Experience on Your Side
Attorney Todd Miner has first-hand knowledge about how insurance companies operate. During his more than 25 years of experience, he worked for the biggest insurance company in the country, which allowed him to see how insurance adjusters approach claims. He now uses this knowledge to the advantage of the injured men and women our firm represents. He will let nothing stand in his way when pursuing the maximum compensation our clients are entitled to by law. It is no wonder that he has a 10.0 "Superb" rating from Avvo and an AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®.
To learn more about your rights as an injured victim, please turn to Todd Miner Law for help as soon as possible. We can help you not only take steps to secure compensation, but help you avoid common car accident claim mistakes. The sooner you reach out to a car accident lawyer in Orlando, the better the chances that the outcome of your case will be a favorable one. Getting started on your case is risk-free – our legal team handles cases on a contingency fee basis. In other words, we do not charge our clients legal fees unless we win compensation for their personal injury cases.
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“After such a bad accident, you need someone to take your hand and show you what to do. Todd's office does that.”- Chase S.
“Todd and his team were very helpful and always took the time to talk to me when ever I had any questions.”- Chris G.
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Todd Miner is a trusted advocate for residents in Orlando & the surrounding areas of Central Florida.
Experience on Your Side
Attorney Todd Miner is backed by over 25 years of experience on both sides of the courtroom & was an assistant state attorney and former insurance defense lawyer.
Strong Client Satisfaction
We are proud to be the go-to choice for injured clients in need of effective & results-driven representation.
Millions in Recoveries
Our legal team has extensive trial experience and a proven track record of success.
Invaluable Legal Insight
Todd Miner possesses an insider's perspective from years of working for the largest insurance company in America.