Overview

Have You Been Injured?

In just seconds, an accident can change a life forever. If your life has been changed due to another’s negligence or misconduct, you may need legal help to esure that your rights are protected. With 30 years of experience, Darol Carr is a forceful advocate for victims in personal injury lawsuits and surviving family members in wrongful death lawsuits.

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Preparation

Since many personal injury cases resolve before ever reaching the courtroom, a favorable settlement can depend on how well prepared for trial your attorney is. If the at fault party and their insurance company think that your attorney isn’t willing to go to trial, they may not take your claim seriously, and they may not offer you the compensation you deserve. Darol Carr is a skilled litigator who is not afraid to take your case to trial. However, he is also aware of the benefits of reaching a resolution in a timely manner and proceeds with resolving matters out of court when an optimal settlement can be reached.

Accountability

Under Florida law, when someone dies unexpectedly due to the actions of someone else, surviving family members can recover compensation for the love and support their loved one would have provided, if not for his or her untimely death. Although no amount of monetary compensation can replace the love of your relative, Darol Carr works to hold responsible parties accountable.

By Your Side

You shouldn’t have to face the consequences of another’s negligent or reckless behavior alone. Personal injury and wrongful death law can be complex, and an experienced attorney can help guide you through your options, protect your rights, and obtain just compensation for your injuries. Darol Carr will be by your side through every phase of the legal process, providing the compassionate and competent legal counsel you deserve.

Taking Action

Taking legal action cannot undo the physical or mental harm suffered, but it may help obtain better medical treatment, provide security for you and your family and help you move forward with your life. In Florida, you have four years from the date of the incident to file a personal injury claim and two years from the time of your loved one’s passing for wrongful death claims.