Handling All Your Concerns After A Personal Injury
Injuries are like dominos. Once one falls, a whole series of legal issues and problems tends to follow.
The good news is that Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A., is here to deal with all those issues on your behalf. We are a comprehensive “one stop shop” for injury cases. From advising you on what your case is worth, to negotiating with the insurance companies, to directing you to the right medical experts, you can count on us.
Common Questions And Answers
Our experienced attorneys can answer your questions such as:
- What should I do after my injury?
- Is it possible to pay bills later if I can’t afford to pay now?
- Why is it important to keep a personal injury journal?
- What does the “defendant” mean in a personal injury case?
- How do insurance settlements work, and should I accept one?
- What are discovery requests in injury cases?
- What is a request for more documentation?
- How do medical bills and records affect the value of my case?
- What is my case worth overall?
- What kind of stalling tactics do insurance companies use to avoid paying claims?
- What other techniques do insurance adjusters use to gain an advantage?
- What is the difference between special damages and pain and suffering?
- How are personal injury claims evaluated?
If you have more questions about a serious injury or wrongful death case in Florida, we encourage you to read our FAQ page or call us directly at 800-200-7546. The first consultation is absolutely free.
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Smith, Feddeler & Smith, P.A., is solely dedicated to helping injured individuals and their families, not insurance companies. Doing the right thing for you is our mission and our passion. Learn how our family of lawyers can make a difference for yours by contacting our firm today. We serve clients in Lakeland, Orlando and statewide.
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Our Practice Focus
- Workers’ Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Why You Need A Lawyer
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Dangerous Property Conditions
- Wrongful Death
- Brain Injuries
- Personal Injury Information
- Understanding a Personal Injury Journal, Tampa Injury Lawyer
- After Your Injury
- Paying Bills Later
- The Defendant
- Discovery Requests
- Request For More Documentation
- Personal Injury Journals
- Valuing Your Lakeland Personal Injury Case Based on Medical Bills and Records
- Stalling Tactics Used by Insurance Adjustors
- Common Techniques Used By Claims Representatives
- Special Damages Vs. Pain And Suffering
- Evaluating Claims
- How Much Is My Case Worth?
- Social Security Disability
- Employment Disputes
- Unlawful Retaliation
- Overtime & Wage Disputes
- Employment Law Information
- Successful Deposition Testimony
- Initial Stages of Your Employment Claim
- When Are Mental Exams By the Defense Allowed to Be Used on an Employee?
- Getting Ready For Your Deposition
- Title VII: Protected Categories
- Title VII’s Prohibitions
- The Use of Direct Evidence to Establish Retaliatory Intent
- Arbitration Favors Employers (Not Employees)
- The Value Of Emotional Distress
- How Lakeland Employment Lawyers Evaluate Cases
- Limit Discussion of Your Employment Case