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409 Brevard Ave Suite 7,
Cocoa, FL 32922
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The stress of a personal injury can be all-encompassing. You may be suffering considerable physical and psychological pain. You may have missed time at work, and the medical bills may have already started to stream into your daily mail.
If another person’s negligence caused your personal injury, they may be required to compensate you for the damages they caused. You may be entitled to recover the costs of your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more in a personal injury lawsuit.
A Cocoa personal injury lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to help you recover the damages from your accident. Call us today for a case review at (321) 633-3208.
We can represent you on a contingency-fee basis where we do not collect payment unless you receive a settlement offer or court awards.
We Accept All Types of Personal Injury Cases
Bogin, Munns & Munns is a full-service law firm. We represent clients who have suffered personal injury in a broad range of circumstances, including:
- Slip and fall
- Bicycle accidents
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Catastrophic injury
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
- Boat accidents
- Worker’s compensation
- Catastrophic brain injury/paralysis
- Product liability
- Nursing home abuse/elder law
- Medical malpractice
- Wrongful death
- And more
Our firm is founded on the principles of dignity, respect, and fairness. This will be your experience when you are our client, as we work on your behalf to recover compensation for you.
We encourage you to call to discuss your injury with our legal team, even if it does not fall into one of the categories listed here.
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To consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Cocoa, call 321-633-3208
Building a Case for Negligence
Before you can recover compensation for the damages resulting from your personal injury, you must be able to establish a case for negligence.
Typically, negligence is established when evidence proves the following elements:
- Duty of care: Someone owed you a duty to act in the way a reasonable person would in order to keep you from harm or injury.
- Breach of duty: This person failed to fulfill their duty of care toward you.
- Causation: Their breach of duty caused your injury.
- Damages: Your injury resulted in your sustaining damages
The legal team at Bogin, Munns & Munns can help you establish these elements of negligence in your case when we represent you. Call us today at (321) 633-3208 so we can start the process of building your case.
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Gathering Evidence to Support Your Case
It is not enough to claim that the responsible party was negligent—your personal injury case will require evidence. Our team can investigate your accident and gather evidence indicating who is liable for your injuries and how. We will also gather evidence of the consequences of your injury so we can determine how much compensation we should demand from the responsible party.
The evidence we gather in these efforts will come from:
- Police or accident reports
- Medical records your personal injuries
- Photos and other evidence from the crime scene
- Videos from surrounding surveillance cameras, if available
- Witness testimonies
- Wage statements from your employer
- Written reports from experts in a variety of fields (medical, economic, vocational, and more)
The evidence we gather may give us help establish how the accident happened, who caused it, the extent of your injuries, and the losses you have endured.
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Calculating Your Damages
Our legal team will present our evidence to the defendant’s insurer to negotiate your settlement with them. Some of the types of damages you might be able to recover include:
- Medical expenses
- Ambulance transportation
- Prescription medicines
- Ongoing and future treatments
- Lost wages and benefits
- Diminished future potential earnings
- Diminished quality of life
- Loss of consortium
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Emotional distress
- And more
If a person’s negligent behavior caused the death of a loved one, you may be able to pursue a wrongful death action. Our wrongful death lawyers can help you through this process with compassion and dignity. We can discuss what damages may be available to you in a wrongful death case when you call our firm.
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Working With the Insurance Company and Civil Court
Once negotiations begin, the insurance company will choose to either accept the demands we have outlined, deny your claim, or issue a counteroffer.
If the insurer denies your claim or refuses to agree to what we deem a fair settlement for your injuries, we are able and willing to file a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf.
If we take the defendant to civil court, a judge or jury will determine whether you are entitled to the damages you are seeking, and what the value of those damages should be.
There Is a Time Element to Consider
Florida enforces a statute of limitations with regard to personal injury cases. According to Florida statute, you have around four years from the date you were injured to file a lawsuit against the defendant. For wrongful death cases, the statute of limitations is just two years. If you allow the statute of limitations to expire in your case, it may prevent you from recovering compensation in a lawsuit.
A member of our team can discuss what legal deadlines pertain to your case when you call for consultation.
Call Bogin, Munns & Munns Today
The time to act on your personal injury claim is now. We understand that you may be dealing with your recovery and may not feel like embarking on this effort today.
However, a simple call can get you started working with our firm, where a Cocoa personal injury lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to take on all the legal work, evidence gathering, and negotiations in your case.
Call us today for your case review and consultation at (321) 633-3208.