A Florida Attorney Answers Your Auto Accident Injury Questions

If you have a question about recovery after an auto accident, we’ve probably heard it before. In fact, we’ve compiled the common questions and answers about car, truck, and bike crashes on our searchable FAQ page. Browse through our answers before you file your injury claim!

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  • What does MMI mean?

    MMI stands for Maximum Medical Improvement. It is a medical term that means your injuries and condition have improved as much as they are expected to and no further improvement is likely.

  • How much do you charge for your services?

    There is no charge to speak with Coy H. Browning about your case. This gives you the opportunity to meet with Mr. Browning and determine if he is the best qualified attorney to represent your case, with no commitment whatsoever. If you then decide to hire Mr. Browning, he is usually retained on a one-third contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing unless you receive a monetary award. If you do receive an award, one-third is paid to cover your attorney fees. With Coy H. Browning, that percentage may vary depending on the nature of the case.

  • How soon after an accident should I contact an attorney?

    The sooner you contact an attorney the better. When an attorney is contacted, he or she can begin the important work that is involved in representing your case. This work includes investigating and preserving evidence, ensuring you receive appropriate medical care, and helping you avoid the many pitfalls of dealing with an insurance company on your own. Attorneys work to protect your rights. If you are in need of a lawyer, it is imperative that you contact Coy H. Browning as soon as possible to discuss your case and prevent your rights from being compromised.

  • How should I choose my attorney?

    It is the opinion of Coy H. Browning that the three most important criteria in choosing your attorney should be: experience, competence, and the comfort level you feel with your lawyer. This comfort will likely come only after you meet with a lawyer and speak with them about your case in depth. With the many attorneys that are advertising today, the question of who to hire can be overwhelming. That is why Mr. Browning tries to personally meet with each prospective new client from the very first contact, so that he is able to clearly present his thoughts on your case and explain how his legal experience can help you in your time of need.