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Clearwater Personal Injury Attorneys

We are all one traffic light away from tragedy. Anybody can become a personal injury victim at any moment. Sometimes, accidents can’t be avoided. We often hear the phrase “it was just an accident,” but accidents are usually the result of someone not paying attention or being careless. In the legal world we call it “being negligent.” If someone’s negligence has caused harm to you or a loved one, they should be held accountable. Medical expenses, lost time from work, changes in your life or lifestyle – these are all losses that the law recognizes, and the person who caused them should be held responsible. These are all losses that attorney Mike Walker has been recovering for clients over the past 27 years. Call Clearwater personal injury attorney Mike Walker and let him work for you; let him ease the burden and stress of trying to handle the complex and confusing issues that come up when you have been involved in an accident. Let him help you.

While in Florida there is a four-year window from the time to file a lawsuit for most accident cases, if you wait too long your case may be lost before a lawsuit is even filed. Prompt and proper advice immediately after the accident is crucial in assuring that your losses are as fully recovered as possible. Let attorney Mike Walker assist you in starting your case the right way, the way that gives you the best recovery which the law allows for. Don’t wait!

Types of Cases that We Handle

Attorney Mike Walker is here for you no matter what type of accident or injury you have suffered. Let him use his 27 years’ experience for your benefit. He has worked on all types of cases over the years and has helped thousands of personal injury victims receive the compensation they deserve. Call Attorney Mike Walker today.

Florida Personal Injury Trials

Helping Guide You Through the Litigation Process

Nearly everyone has seen a legal drama, either a movie or a television show. Of course, these types of things are fictionalized for dramatic impact. The fact is, actual legal trials are quite different from what you see on TV. At Mike Walker Law, our lawyers can tell you what you should know about trials. This way, we can help ensure that your expectations remain grounded and you do not find yourself caught by any unpleasant surprises. With more than 20 years of trial experience, you can count on us to be knowledgeable tour guides.

How Do Lawsuits Work?

The fact is, litigation under the direction of attorney can often be prolonged, expensive and complex. That is why the legal team at Mike Walker Law will first try to negotiate a settlement outside of court. However, sometimes the only way to achieve justice and get the compensation you deserve is to take your case through the court system. That is why when hiring a lawyer for your injury case it is wise to consider the trial experience of the attorney and law firm.

A lawsuit begins with the filing of a summons and complaint. From there, an Answer will be filed by the adverse party.  Both sides will then engage in a discovery process to learn the relevant facts. Surprisingly, not all evidence will be admissible at trial. For example, if you have been in an auto accident,the jury will not be allowed to be told who received the ticket or that the other driver had insurance. The traffic report will not even be allowed into evidence. What is and is not admissible depends on the Rules of Evidence which Mike Walker is well experienced with.

Over 90 percent of cases will be settled before reaching the trial stage. However, Attorney Mike Walker prepares every case as if it is going to trial. This enables him to put you in the best possible position to maximize your recovery.

The Trial Experience You Need

Mike Walker, has been a practicing trial lawyer for 25 years. He is a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney who is also certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). Both certifications require exemplary displays of experience, character, ethics and professionalism. If you are going to trial, you need legal representation who has trial experience.

Call for a Free Consultation With a Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney

Litigation is never as clear-cut as Hollywood makes it out to be. We can help guide you through the process so you understand exactly what is happening at all times. Contact our Clearwater personal injury attorneys online or call 727-797-2020 for a free initial consultation.

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