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Ocala Personal Injury Lawyer

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Bogin, Munns & Munns, P.A.
1396 NE 20th Ave #400
Ocala, Florida 34470
from 8:00 to 5:00
352.690.7400
Ocala Personal Injury Lawyer
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If you were a victim in an Ocala negligence accident, you have a right to hold the negligent party liable. You may be able to take action to recover compensation if you suffered injuries and financial losses because of another person’s careless or reckless behavior. A member of the Bogin, Munns & Munns team from our Ocala, Florida, office will review your case for free.

To learn more about how an Ocala personal injury lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns may be able to build a case and seek a payout in your Ocala personal injury case, call (407) 578-9696 now to speak to a member of our team.

Recoverable Damages in an Ocala Personal Injury Settlement or Lawsuit

As a part of building a case on behalf of our clients and pursuing the payout they deserve, the personal injury attorney from Bogin, Munns & Munns collects evidence to show or support:

  • The expenses our client incurred as a result of their accident and injuries
  • The economic losses the client experienced because of the accident
  • The noneconomic damages the client sustained

Documenting your range of damages in an Ocala personal injury case is key to recovering a fair settlement or proving your damages in court. Without understanding how much you lost, you cannot understand if you are getting a just settlement.

Potentially recoverable damages in an Ocala personal injury case may include:

  • Expenses related to medical treatment and care
  • Lost wages from time away from work
  • Any decrease in earning capacity if you cannot return to the same job because of your injuries
  • Property damages
  • Other expenses related to your accident, injuries, or care
  • Noneconomic damages such as pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death damages as outlined in Florida Statutes § 768.21

To consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Ocala, call 352.690.7400

Time Limits on Filing Ocala Personal Injury Lawsuits

The Ocala personal injury lawyers from Bogin, Munns & Munns like to get started on personal injury cases as soon as possible. It allows us to begin our investigation and talk to any eyewitnesses while the incident is still fresh on their minds. In addition, it allows us to go to work early on to protect the victim’s rights.

Under Florida Statutes § 95.11, you may have up to four years to file a personal injury lawsuit in Florida. However, many cases also call for a much shorter window, which includes nursing home abuse cases, wrongful death cases, and cases where we need to file a claim against a government agency. To ensure you do not run out of time, contact us as soon as possible.

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Bogin, Munns & Munns Serves North Central Florida

Ocala, and elsewhere in Marion County and North Central Florida, offers residents and visitors alike a wealth of opportunities to experience art and nature, eat delicious foods, and enjoy browsing in shops.

However, your safety while visiting any of these places—or being on area roads in your car, on a motorcycle, or on your bicycle—relies on others to reduce risks and remove hazards as quickly as possible.

When a preventable accident occurs, Florida’s personal injury laws may allow you to hold the careless or reckless party liable for their actions, or their lack of action.

Our Ocala personal injury lawyer team represents victims of many types of negligence accidents, including:

  • Premises liability
  • Slip and fall
  • Trip and fall
  • Product liability and defective products
  • Car accidents
  • Boat accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • DUI injury accidents
  • Pool accidents
  • Negligent security
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Elder law and nursing home abuse
  • Dog bite or animal attack
  • Medical malpractice
  • Workers compensation and workplace injury
  • Wrongful death

Our law firm can assist you with almost any type of legal case. Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to discuss your case and learn more about how we can help.

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Let Bogin, Munns & Munns Evaluate Your Case Today

Bogin, Munns & Munns has assisted accident and injury victims throughout Central Florida since 1979. Our offices are conveniently located to assist personal injury accident victims, including our Ocala office.

During your initial conversation with a member of our team, we will ask you questions and attempt to determine if negligence occurred and if you have a legal right to pursue compensation as a result. Negligence occurs when someone else:

  • Has a duty to act in a specific way to protect others from injury
  • Fails to act appropriately
  • Cause an incident or accident because of their behavior, and others suffer injuries

If someone suffers injuries and financial losses as a result of that person’s actions or inactions, they may have a negligence case and be able to hold the negligent party liable. When an accident victim can prove liability and document their expenses and other losses, they can often recover a payout by filing an insurance claim or a personal injury lawsuit. Bogin, Munns & Munns can handle this process on your behalf.

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Discuss Your Case With a Member of Our Ocala Personal Injury Team

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Ocala personal injury lawyer team assists personal injury accident victims pursue a case against the careless or reckless party whose negligence led to the client’s injuries. We can help you understand your options if you suffered a preventable injury and believe someone else may be at fault.

We not only serve personal injury accident victims in Ocala, but also through our offices in Orlando, Clermont, Cocoa, Daytona, Gainesville, Kissimmee, Leesburg, Melbourne, Orange City, St. Cloud, Titusville, and The Villages, as well.

Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today at (407) 578-9696 to get started with your complimentary case evaluation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The party responsible is liable for all the damage or cause they harm, not just the amount covered by their insurance.

Insurance is used as a buffer to keep the out of pocket costs at a minimum.

However, if the expenses exceed the amount covered by the insurance, the liable party is responsible for paying the difference.

The problem then arises of making the liable party actually pay.

They need to have assets and/or income.

If the burden of paying becomes too great, the liable party may file bankruptcy, discharging the remaining obligation (with limited exceptions).

The deed to real property is the written legal document that transfers the ownership of the property from the seller to the buyer.

In exchange for the purchase price, the deed gives the buyer formal title.

However, the interest in the real property is not completely transferred until the deed is delivered to the buyer and accepted by the buyer.

Once the deed is accepted, it should be recorded as soon as possible.

The deed needs to be recorded with the county clerk in the same county as the property is located as soon as possible.
Recording the deed gives notice to all potential buyers in the future that the buyer has an ownership interest in that piece of real property, and tracks ownership by giving the names of all the buyers and sellers in chronological order.

A search must be performed at the county clerk’s office in order to make sure that a seller has legal ownership of the real property they are attempting to buy.

This search should be done prior to the sale of any real property.

Usually a title insurance agent will conduct the search to find if there has been anything defective in past transfers and conveyances.

Any defects that are found can be excluded from the title insurance coverage, which makes it important for the buyer to review the title insurance.

All potential lawsuits in Florida are controlled by Statue and case law which determines where the Complaint must be filed. Generally, the lawsuit must be filed in the County where the accident occurred. It is vitally important that you contact an attorney with experience in Wrongful Death claims to determine where the claim must be filed.

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