Free Articles and Resources To Help With Your Brevard County Accident
Use the Brevard County Accident Resources and Articles found in this section of our website to help guide you thru the process after an accidental injury or wrongful death due to the negligence of another person.
Florida Is the 2nd Worst State for Distracted Driving
When a motorist uses their cell phone or loses concentration behind the wheel, it can have devastating results. If you've been injured or lost a loved one because of a distracted driver, it's crucial that you speak with a skilled car accident lawyer about the collision.
Car Accidents While Driving for Work
Determining liability for a car accident is oftentimes complicated. If a car accident occurs while someone is driving for work, that adds another layer of complexity. Accident victims will likely be unclear about who is responsible for the financial cost of accident damages.
WE HAVE A HISTORY OF SUCCESS
IN BREVARD COUNTY
Over the past 40-plus years of helping Brevard County's injured and mistreated, our firm has obtained some $65 million in recoveries on behalf of our clients, highlighted by an $8 million product liability award in 2001.
The team at Charpentier Law Firm has the negotiation skills to reach favorable settlements in many cases, but also has the experience and perseverance to try a case to verdict whenever it is in the best interests of our clients. Our history of success illustrates our dedication to our clients and their pursuit of justice. Our personal injury attorneys in Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa are proud to offer superior legal representation to victims and their families throughout Brevard County and Central Florida.
Contact Charpienter Law Firm Today!
Obtaining the assistance of an accident attorney is always a good idea. The personal injury attorneys at our Central Florida offices in Melbourne, Cocoa, and Titusville understand the laws surrounding accident claims and can help you determine if your case is viable. Injuries and deaths from accidents can result in lost wages due to short or long-term disability, medical bills, and pain and suffering - find out if you are eligible for damages.