We have represented the people of Brevard County for more than 35 years, protecting their rights against the carelessness of others. Our firm is local with three offices in Titusville, Melbourne & Cocoa, Florida. We are Peer Review Rated AV-1 rated by Martindale Hubbell, the highest ranking a lawyer can receive.
If you have been the victim of an Personal Injury as a result of a Defective Product, a Dog Bite, a Slip and Fall on a slippery substance, a Boating Accident, a Motorcycle Accident, or any other situation caused by someone else's negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages in Brevard County, Florida. This may include compensation for physical or emotional pain and suffering, inconvenience, the loss of capacity to enjoy life, scarring or deformity, or other related damages..
We will offer a free initial consultation at our Brevard County office, to inform you of your rights. We accept cases on a no recovery - no fee basis. We will not charge costs if there is no recovery. We have a full-time investigative staff and paralegal assistants to help investigate and prepare your case. You owe it to yourself to get the most compensation to which you are entitled.
We handle landlord-tenant relations, residential and commercial litigation, judgment recovery and fair housing complaint defense. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, it is important you do not simply "take matters into your own hands." By choosing that route, you could very well undermine your own interests and jeopardize the rights you were attempting to enforce in the first place.
Our defense team of lawyers has over 35 years of experience in the Criminal Justice System, both as prosecutors and as effective criminal defense lawyers. The firm represents clients charged in State and Federal Court in felony cases, such as burglary, robbery, sexual offenses, child abuse offenses, drug offenses, murder, car-jacking, theft and trafficking in stolen property cases. We also represent clients charged with driving under the influence or DUI charges, and misdemeanors such as domestic violence/battery, theft, worthless checks, driver license offenses and fraud.
The law defines disability as the inability to do any substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death or which has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months. To meet this definition, you must have a severe impairment(s) that makes you unable to do your past relevant work or any other substantial gainful work that exists in the national economy. If your severe impairment does not meet or equal a listing, Social Security will assess your residual functional capacity and determine whether you can do your past relevant work or any other work.