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Melbourne Personal Injury Lawyer

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Bogin, Munns & Munns, P.A.
7195 Murrell Road, Suite 101
Melbourne, Florida 32940
from 8:00 to 5:00
321.254.3939
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If you sustained injuries in a Melbourne, Florida, personal injury accident, you may be able to seek and secure compensation based on your injuries and the facts of your case. Identifying the liable party, proving negligence, and filing an insurance claim may allow you to recover damages, including your medical costs, lost wages, and more.

The Melbourne personal injury lawyers from Bogin, Munns & Munns can help you navigate this process if you qualify. Call (407) 578-9696 today for a free case review and to discuss your accident and injuries with a member of our team. We may be able to represent your case on a contingency-fee basis with no up-front costs.

Bogin, Munns & Munns Takes on Many Types of Melbourne Personal Injury Cases

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Melbourne team can assist you if you were the victim of a preventable injury. In addition to car accidents, falls, and wrongful death cases, our team also takes on many other types of personal injury cases. These may include:

  • Premises liability cases
  • Product liability cases
  • Boating accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Negligent security incidents
  • Catastrophic brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Elder law and nursing home abuse cases
  • Dog bites or animal attacks
  • Workers’ compensation and workplace injury cases
  • And more

If your injuries occurred in any of these types of accidents, or in another type of incident you believe was caused by someone else’s negligent behavior, call a Melbourne personal injury lawyer at Bogin, Munns & Munns today.

To consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Melbourne, call 321.254.3939

Let Bogin, Munns & Munns Manage Your Melbourne Personal Injury Case

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our free case reviews serve as an opportunity to learn more about the strength of your case, get to know the personality of our firm, and discuss your rights to take legal action.

If we believe you have a case to prove that someone else’s negligence caused your injuries and losses in a Melbourne accident, we may offer to represent you. This includes handling all aspects of your case, such as:

  • Protecting your right to take legal action
  • Identifying the potentially liable parties and their insurance policies
  • Managing all communication with the insurer and other parties
  • Collecting evidence to support your Melbourne personal injury claim
  • Filing your claim and demanding a fair payout
  • Negotiating with the insurance carrier
  • Reaching a just settlement or filing a personal injury lawsuit

If you sustained injuries in a Melbourne personal injury accident, let us handle your legal case so that you can focus on healing from your accident injuries. Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to learn more.

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Recoverable Damages in a Melbourne Personal Injury Case

If you sustained injuries through no fault of your own in a Melbourne accident, you should not have to shoulder the weight of economic and non-economic losses on top of undergoing treatment and working to recover from your injuries.

Bogin, Munns & Munns will work to seek fair settlements for every client. To this end, we collect evidence to document your injuries, losses, and expenses. This may include:

  • Receipts for expenses
  • Medical bills
  • Estimates for car repairs or other services
  • Your relevant medical records
  • Proof of your previous income and time away from work
  • Statements from expert witnesses

The recoverable damages in a Melbourne personal injury accident can vary widely but may include:

  • The cost of medical care and other related expenses
  • Lost wages, benefits, and related losses
  • Reduced earning capacity if you cannot return to your previous work
  • Property damages
  • Other miscellaneous expenses
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Other non-economic damages

Under Florida Statutes § 768.21, some surviving family members of those who passed away as a result of a personal injury accident in Melbourne may be able to recover wrongful death damages. We can explain how these cases work and the steps your family may need to take. Reach out to a Melbourne personal injury lawyer at Bogin, Munns & Munns today to learn more.

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Strict Time Limits Apply to Florida Personal Injury Lawsuits

Victims of personal injuries in Florida generally have only four years to file a lawsuit, as codified under Florida Statutes §95.11. However, depending on the facts of your Melbourne personal injury case, you may have even less time to take legal action.

A member from our legal team can discuss what legal time limits pertain to your case when you call Bogin, Munns & Munns for a free consultation. If you wait too long and allow this legal time limit, or statute of limitations, to expire in your case, it may prevent you from recovering compensation in a personal injury lawsuit.

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Talk to a Melbourne Personal Injury Lawyer Today

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we believe that no one should have to pay anything more than they already have following a wrongful injury accident. Let us take action that could allow you to hold the at-fault party responsible and recover compensation on your behalf.

Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to discuss your Melbourne personal injury accident case with a member of our team for free.

We may be able to represent you on a contingency-fee basis with no up-front costs. In this arrangement, we only get paid as a percentage of your settlement or court award if and when you win your case.

Call or text 321.254.3939 or complete our Request a Consultation form

Frequently Asked Questions

“Pain and Suffering” is a collective term that includes your injuries along with any form of mental anguish, emotional distress, or physical harm you may have endured.

Many situations can cause pain and suffering, but the most common examples include becoming disabled, suffering post-traumatic stress or the loss of a loved one, or losing the ability to do regular physical tasks and activities up to and including the ability to perform your job.

It can also include the inability to do prior activities as well due the other party’s negligence.

In a sense, yes.

Who you would be suing in this case is the “personal representative” of that person’s estate.  In Florida, you would not sue the deceased person’s estate directly.

If there is no estate opened for the person, and therefore no personal representative, you can pay a fee to file a petition in the county where the deceased person died in order to open up a Florida probate.  You are filing to have an estate opened.

The person’s insurance company is still obligated to defend the case and to pay you any money for which you are entitled for the accident.  This does not change because the person died.

Bankruptcy is the process through which a party can legally eliminate or at least drastically reduce their amount of debt. There are different types of bankruptcy for different situations, but Chapters 7 and 13 are the most commonly filed.

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