Pensacola Personal Injury Lawyers
You’ve been injured, through no fault of your own. You want compensation. You want everything you’re entitled to. You want justice. You want a dedicated personal injury lawyer who will fight for your rights, stand by your side and leave no stone unturned. You want the attorneys of Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon.
At ESC, we have a whole team dedicated to personal injury. And unlike many firms, we don’t simply seek compensation from insurance companies. We also look to recover all that you may be entitled to, including Social Security Disability.
Finally, we believe that every personal injury victim has a right to outstanding legal representation, regardless of their income level. So we take our cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay any legal fees or costs unless there is a settlement. If we win an award at trial or settle your case out of court, all fees and costs are paid out of the recovery.
If you’ve been injured, contact an ESC personal injury lawyer immediately for a free consultation.
Emmanuel, Sheppard, and Condon is a full-service law firm that has been helping people like you since 1913. Please visit our corporate website to find out about our other areas of practice.
Independent contractors, except those in the construction industry, are not considered “employees” for purposes of worker’s compensation. Thus, an independent contractor not in the construction industry is not eligible for benefits from the hiring entity. Some examples of independent contractors are real estate agents, entertainers, truck owner-operators, and drivers for hire.
You should tell your doctor about any pre-existing problems you have regarding the area of your body that is injured in the crash. Your doctor needs a clear picture of your medical health so he can provide effective treatment.
Once your authorized treating physician places you at Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), you will have a $10 co-pay each time you treat with the doctor. You are still allowed to see the doctor as long as the doctor says you need treatment, but the co-pay will be collected at each visit.