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The Bruner Law Firm works solely as Plaintiff’s Personal Injury lawyers, dedicated to assisting accident victims in Fort Walton Beach, Panama City, Niceville and throughout the entire Florida Panhandle.
Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
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Contingent Fees Contingent Fees In certain types of lawsuits—such as personal injury, collections and auto damages—the lawyer who represents the person suing may agree to accept a part of the money the client recovers as the fee for services. Such an arrangement is called a contingent fee. Under the lawyer's ethics rules, the lawyer and client must enter into a written fee agreement at the outset of the representation, stating what portion of the recovery the lawyer will receive. The fee is generally fixed at a percentage of the recovery. An additional percentage may be added if the matter is tried again or appealed to a higher court. In a contingency fee contract, you and your lawyer agree that the lawyer will not get paid any fees unless you win your case.
A: Typically, uninsured motorist coverage in Florida will pay economic and non-economic damages resulting from bodily injuries sustained in a motor vehicle collision when the defendant/tortfeasor's insurance is insufficient or nonexistent. Examples would include medical bills, lost wages, paying & suffering, among others. Retaining an attorney is always a good idea, so please find a qualified professional in your area for a more detailed explanation.
A: This may be both a criminal and civil matter. In Florida, there are generally no "self-help" evictions. If your pet or belongings are also being held without your permission, a crime may have been committed. It is wise to report this to a local law enforcement agency and contact a landlord-tenant attorney to preserve your rights.