FAQ's

  • Personal Injury

    Can I afford a lawyer?

    Yes, Flo works on a contingency basis, which means that if we represent you, our firm will retain a certain percentage of your settlement money. If your case is not successful, you do not have to pay Flo anything.

    How much is my case worth?

    The value of your case depends on several different factors, such as the extent of your injuries and future loss of income. Flo can discuss your case with you and help determine its value, as it’s impossible to say without the details of the accident and injuries.

    How long will it take to resolve my case?

    Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to this question. Every case is different, and the amount of time it takes to resolve your case will depend on its complexity and the willingness of the defendant to pay what your claim is worth. If they are not willing to pay what your claim is worth, it may be necessary to proceed to trial thereby further prolonging the time it takes to reach a resolution.

  • Car Accidents

    I don’t feel injured, should I still see a doctor?

    Yes, you should definitely see a doctor as some injuries are not immediately visible. Your claim will depend on medical records showing your injuries from the accident.

    I already spoke with the insurance company, is it too late to contact a car accident lawyer?

    You should never speak with the insurance company and always refer them to your attorney. However, if you have already spoken with the insurance company, it is still a good idea to contact an experienced car accident attorney like Flo. You will need to tell your attorney exactly what type of communication you had with the insurance company so they can determine the best way to proceed.

  • Truck Accidents

    What qualifies as a commercial trucking accident?

    Trucks involved in trucking accidents are commercial motor vehicles such as tractor-trailers, box trucks, and dump trucks. However, any significant injury obtained in an accident involving any type of truck is worthy of consideration by an adept attorney such as Flo. He can determine the type of truck involved in your accident and the best way to proceed with your case.

    What kind of damages can I receive from my injuries and missed time at work?

    You may be able to recover for current and future medical costs as well as pain and suffering. You may also be able to recover for loss of income and loss of earning potential.

  • Premises Liability

    I sustained my injuries in a local store and I don’t want to sue those people. Do I have other options?

    While there may be other options, you should realize that store owners carry insurance for situations such as this and you are entitled to recover for injuries you received. Speaking with an experienced premises liability attorney can help you determine all the options you have for recovery.

    I don’t have photos of the scene where I fell. Do I still have a case?

    While photographs can go a long way in proving liability in slip and fall cases, they are not mandatory and you may still be able to recover damages for injuries incurred.

    What are some examples of common dangerous conditions?

    Common dangerous conditions include wet floors, spills, unexpected steps, unsecured rugs, and holes in pavement and carpets.

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