If you were involved in an auto accident which resulted in a serious injury that was not your fault, you may be able to obtain compensation for your injuries. These cases can be very complicated and it is crucial to have strong representation behind you from as your prepare your case. The Law Offices of James B. Coulter has the knowledge, experience and ability to properly handle your case.
For some individuals, they may have waited months or years before taking action against the other driver involved in the accident. While Florida provides a grace period for filing a claim, missing the state of limitations will bar recovery from the accident.
Successfully working within the statute of limitations requires the work of an experienced attorney. At The Law Offices of James B. Coulter, James B. Coulter III has years of experience with a proven record for representing clients in motor vehicle accident cases, including cases involving uninsured/underinsured motorists coverage, liability insurance, personal injury protection and property damage claims, and medical payments coverage.
Attorney James B. Coulter III has years of experience representing clients in personal injury claims. He has represented clients in cases involving auto accidents, trucking accidents, and many other types of injuries. James B. Coulter III has the knowledge necessary to successfully represent you and go after what you’re owed.
If you were injured in an accident and are concerned about missing the statute of limitations, call. The Law Offices of James B. Coulter at (321) 586-9944 to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney in Satellite Beach.
This firm also accepts clients in the cities throughout Brevard County, including Melbourne, Cocoa, Titusville, Cape Canaveral, Rockledge, Indialantic, Palm Bay, Cocoa Beach, Melbourne Beach, and West Melbourne.
James Coulter also represents clients in uninsured motorist auto accidents in the counties surrounding Brevard County including Volusia County, Indian River County, Osceola County, and Orange County, Florida.
Under Florida law, the statute of limitations for filing a claim against an uninsured motorist is determined by the auto insurance contract. Florida law limits contract lawsuits to a five-year statute of limitation. This gives an injured party five years to bring a civil suit.
Florida Statute §95.11- Visit Florida’s State Legislature site to find the full statute in the insurance code for limitations other than for the recovery of real property.
Florida Statute §316.061- Search the Florida State Legislature site to find Florida’s statute on crashes involving damage to vehicle or property in the motor vehicle section.
If you are seeking legal representation for a matter involving accidental death injury, contact our James B. Coulter III at The Law Offices of James B. Coulter at (321) 586-9944 today. By speaking scheduling your free consultation as soon as possible, you can get started on developing your case with the help of an excellent personal injury claims attorney.
This firm operates out of Brevard County takes clients in Satellite Beach, Palm Bay, Rockledge, and surrounding counties.
This article was last updated on Friday, October 25, 2016.