When accidents happen, know your rights--and know that we'll help you protect them.

PERSONAL INJURY

car accidents personal injuryBeing in an accident can mean that you and your loved ones suffer for someone else’s negligence. Don't let that happen. We'll help you make sure you're evaluated by a doctor who can say with certainty how the accident affected each person involved, because every case is different. The facts will vary for who is at fault, and that will make a difference to any settlement. Moreover, pain and discomfort,  medical bills, lost wages and lasting disabilities are all a part of how your injuries will affect you in the future. Personal injury cases typically take from 6 to 18 months, from the start of the investigation to the settlement of any claim. It's a difficult time, and  Miller, Crosby & Miller can help you deal with insurance companies, get top treatment for injuries and protect you and your interests 100 percent. We can also accept your case on a contingency fee basis, which means you pay no out-of-pocket expense to us. Any fee we earn comes out of the settlement or litigation we guide for you.
 

WRONGFUL DEATH

The wrongful death of a loved one in an accident is a tragedy. Ensuring justice takes  experienced and dedicated attorneys. Wrongful death cases are legally complex and fiercely defended by the insurance industry.  In Florida, these cases are controlled by the Florida Wrongful Death Statute. which dictates that the only party who can file suit for wrongful death is the Personal Representative of the Estate. This statutory requirement means a probate will have to be opened before the wrongful death claim can be filed. Florida also has a statute of limitations that requires the suit be filed no later than two years after death. By contrast, a personal injury claim allows four years to file suit.  Miller, Crosby & Miller offers the experienced, skilled and prompt representation you need for a precise and effective wrongful death case claim. We build your case carefully, then negotiate and settle or take your case to trial--whichever route offers you the best outcome. Give us a call today and let's talk. You won't know until you ask.