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Bogin, Munns & Munns, P.A.
1616 Concierge Blvd Suite 200
Daytona, Florida 32117
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Daytona Beach Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have suffered injuries in an accident caused by someone else’s intentional or careless behavior in Daytona Beach, Florida, you may be able to file a claim to hold them responsible and recover compensation for your losses. At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our team can review your case and explain if we may be able to recover a payout on your behalf.

Call (386) 763-2092 today to talk to a Bogin, Munns & Munns Daytona Beach personal injury lawyer. When we handle your case, you will not have to pay anything upfront, and our lawyers only get paid when you do. This contingency fee agreement prevents you from having to spend anything out of pocket to pursue financial recovery in your case.

Our Daytona Beach Law Firm Can Handle Almost any Type of Personal Injury Case

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we can assist our clients with nearly the full spectrum of Florida law. Reach out with any legal question, and we likely offer assistance or representation in that area. A Daytona Beach personal injury lawyer can help with virtually any type of personal injury accident, which includes:

Our team is standing by and ready to take your call if you or a loved one have suffered an injury in Volusia County, the greater Daytona Beach area, or elsewhere in North Central Florida. We may be able to help whether you were engaged in work, recreation, or just going about your daily activities when your injuries occurred.

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To consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Daytona Beach, call 386.763.2092

An Attorney From Bogin, Munns & Munns is Here for You

Bogin, Munns & Munns has served the residents of Central Florida since 1979. If you decide to hire us, we may offer to investigate your case and seek damages on your behalf. You will be able to focus on your treatment and health while we handle the rest.

Depending on the type of accident and the circumstances that led to it, we may be able to collect evidence that includes:

  • Paperwork filed by the police in response to the incident
  • Eyewitness statements about the incident
  • Pictures from the scene of the incident
  • Video of the incident in question
  • Any physical evidence related to the incident
  • Expert testimony if needed
  • Relevant medical records
  • Receipts, bills, and other documents supporting the value of your damages

This evidence may allow us to prove your case to the at-fault party’s insurance company, or to the court if we have to take your Daytona Beach personal injury case to trial.

Call Bogin, Munns & Munns’ Daytona Beach office today to talk to a member of our personal injury team about your case. You can reach us by dialing (386) 763-2092.

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Damages Available in a Daytona Beach Personal Injury Settlement

If a Daytona Beach personal injury lawyer can prove the at-fault party acted negligently and caused your injuries, we can use the evidence we uncovered to demonstrate the value of your case, either to the insurance company or to the court, if the insurance carrier will not agree to a settlement. The recoverable damages in a Daytona Beach personal injury accident may include:

  • Medical treatment and all related costs
  • Current and future therapy and ongoing care costs
  • Wages missed as a result of injury and treatment
  • Reduced earning capacity if you suffered permanent injuries
  • Property damages
  • Miscellaneous related expenses
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Other non-economic damages

Bogin, Munns & Munns also takes on wrongful death cases in Daytona Beach. If a member of your immediate family passed away because of a personal injury accident, we may be able to pursue damages on behalf of your family as allowed under Florida Statutes §768.21. Our team can review your wrongful death case today.

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Act Quickly in Your Daytona Beach Personal Injury Accident Case

In many cases, Daytona Beach accident victims have two years to file a personal injury accident lawsuit under Florida Statutes §95.11. Some circumstances may extend the statute of limitations, but this is not a guarantee and it will depend heavily on the circumstances of your case. You could have much less time to take legal action, and delaying a call could cost you the right to recover compensation.

The personal injury team from Bogin, Munns & Munns recommends calling us as early as possible in the process. An early start may enable us to protect your rights, build a stronger case with better evidence, handle all communication and legal questions, and reduce the stress you face.

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Talk to a Member of Our Daytona Beach Personal Injury Team

Bogin, Munns & Munns believes that all accident victims deserve to recover compensation for their wrongful injuries. If your injuries occurred because of another party’s negligence, we may identify and gather evidence to support your claim and take action on your behalf.

We may be able to negotiate a fair settlement without going to court, but our trial attorneys will not back down if they need to file a lawsuit in your case.

Our main office is in Orlando, but we have 12 other offices throughout Central Florida, including one in Daytona Beach. Let us review your Daytona Beach personal injury accident case.

There may be a member of the Bogin, Munns & Munns personal injury accident team available to discuss your case now. Call (386) 763-2092 to get started today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally the answer is no. Each personal injury case is normally evaluated on its own merit, but there are circumstances that can affect this. Compensation can be economic (past last wages, future lost wages, medical bills, etc.) or non-economic/subjective (pain and suffering, anxiety, disfigurement, etc.). As for punitive damages, the state of Florida imposes a cap of three times the awarded compensatory damages, or $500,000 (whichever amount is greater). Common exceptions are workers compensation and medical malpractice claims. These have legal limits to the amounts recoverable.

You should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. It is critical to protect your interests as quickly as possible. A consultation with a personal injury attorney is free – use it! Additionally, you only have a limited time to file a lawsuit (if a lawsuit is necessary), and an experienced legal professional will make sure you meet all the deadlines and help you gather evidence. The longer you wait to gather evidence, the harder it can be to obtain. If you are in an automobile accident and find yourself having to speak with an insurance adjuster, it is strongly recommended that you have legal representation helping you answer their questions. The statements you make to the adjuster can be held against you later.

Yes. As long as at least one of the partners meets the minimum residency requirement of 6 months, a married couple can get a divorce while one lives out of state.



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