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The founder of Abercrombie, P.A., attorney Yulric Abercrombie, provides the skill, experience and legal understanding needed to get results following an accident or injury. A graduate of Florida State University and began practicing in 2000, he worked for several large insurance defense firms, including one of the largest firms in the Southeast region of the United States, prior to opening his own practice.
We offer free consultations to any prospective clients, so that we can take the time to discuss an overview of their accident, the injuries they have sustained, and the possible directions we can take the case in order to recover the damages they deserve. During this consultation, you will be able to ask questions about how the personal injury process works, and get a professional opinion on the general facts of your case. This is a great opportunity to understand our work ethic, and be confident that you made the right choice when you hire us to represent you. We look forward to hearing from you today!
A personal injury accident is any accident that was caused by someone’s negligence. For instance, a negligent driver could be responsible for a car accident. A negligent employer could be responsible for a workplace accident. Had either party been more cautious, the injury might have been prevented. A central Florida personal injury attorney can explain more about the criteria for this type of accident.
In order to qualify for a personal injury lawsuit, you must be able to prove a few things at the outset, before you can begin to seek an amount of damages. The basic criteria for a personal injury lawsuit are the following:
If you are able to prove these points in a court of law, then you have the basis of a personal injury lawsuit. This could range from circumstances such as a car accident where the other driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, a slip and fall at a public mall, or medical malpractice such as an incorrect diagnosis or surgical error.