Frequently Asked Questions 

Find answers to your frequently asked questions here.  If you don’t see an answer, please contact us to schedule your free legal consultation.

Every case is different. We provide you with a one on one consultation with an experienced attorney to determine how much compensation you may be able to receive. When you work with our knowledgeable lawyers we can help you navigate the hurdles, and questions that arise in a personal injury case.

With any legal case that is filed in Florida, there is a chance that you will have to go to court; however, most personal injury cases are settled without the need for a trial. Alford Law Group will work diligently to settle your case in a timely manner, but if we go to court, we can represent you skillfully at trial

For each case, the time may vary between the filing of the case and the completion of the case. It is essential that an attorney represent you to ensure that the case is expedited and you can receive compensation in a timely manner.

When you work with an experienced attorney from our firm, we will thoroughly investigate your situation and make sure that the true responsible parties are held liable for their actions. That way you can rest assured that the correct parties are held liable for the damage.

 Yes! You should never take legal action without the assistance of an experienced professional lawyer. The statute of limitations and various laws regarding personal injury and liability can be difficult to understand. If you have been injured, call Alford Law Group at 904-462-9899 right away!

Here at Alford Law Group we handle small, medium, and large cases. We are prepared to handle all sizes of personal injury cases as a result of negligence. We review cases of any size free of any cost to you. Complete our online form or call today for your free consultation! (904) 642-9899

 Yes. Everything that you share with us is 100% protected by the attorney-client privilege and is completely confidential.  Regardless if you decide to use our firm or not after the free consultation, your information will remain confidential.
In legal terms, the timeframe that is provided is often referred to as the “statute of limitations”.  If you do not file a lawsuit within the statute of limitations, you will be unable to continue with the claim.  For most personal injury actions in the state of Florida, you have up to 4 years to file a lawsuit against the responsible parties.  In regards to medical malpractice, the statue of limitations is between 2-4 years.  It is imperative that you contact us as soon as possible in order to start the lawsuit within the statute of limitations and a timely manner.
 You should bring all the documents that you have such as police reports, medical records, receipts or any wage loss information that you have that are related to the injury.
 No! Alford Law Group never charges for client consultations. All client consultations where we discuss a potential claim are completely free.
If you have had serious injury due to a prescription drug, you may be entitled to compensation.  If that is the case, you should preserve all evidence which includes all medical records, receipts, and packaging.  Next step is to contact Alford Law group and schedule your free consultation.

In most instances, it is the parents or guardians of that child. We have extensive experience with injury cases or wrongful death claims involving children and understand the complexities of negotiating these types of claims.

Negligence is the failure to use reasonable care to prevent harm to others. A person or party is considered negligent if he or she does something that a reasonably careful person would not do if they were in the same situation.

 If someone passes away before they had the chance to bring forward a personal injury lawsuit, it is referred to as a “wrongful death”. Spouses, domestic partners, and all other family members may have a claim for the wrongful death towards the responsible party.
Yes, in many cases insurance companies try to reduce an injury victim’s damages by just offering to pay the “out of pocket” expenses.  In reality, many injured persons are entitled to the full value of their medical treatment.
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