When you have been injured, harmed or suffered loss through the negligence of others, it is extremely important to know how to choose an attorney. We recommend that you carefully check the accreditation, level of experience and record of success of any civil litigation firm or attorney you are considering to handle your claim. If an attorney has successfully concluded, through trial or settlement, numerous cases similar to yours, it is a good indicator that he or she has the experience and skill to handle your case.
It is also important to work with an attorney who has a good reputation as a trial lawyer, because you may need to go to trial to receive fair compensation for your injuries and damages. In addition, defendants in civil litigation tend to offer larger settlements if your attorney has a reputation as a good trial lawyer, as going to court is an option many defendants want to avoid. A skillful trial lawyer will have the experience and resources to prepare your case thoroughly, give you the type of attention your case deserves and help you obtain the recovery to which you are entitled.
Coker, Schickel, Sorenson & Posgay has been representing clients who have been seriously injured or suffered significant loss since 1976. Our firm has received an AV-Rating, the highest rating possible from Martindale Hubbell, the most prestigious attorney-peer-review system. Our attorneys are board-certified in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar and hold other important credentials and honors. For more information on our attorneys’ accomplishments, click here to visit the Accreditations Page in the Professional Accomplishments section.
Our attorneys have in-depth experience and strong case results in each of our practice areas. We are trial lawyers who aggressively and skillfully prepare each case for trial and seek the strongest possible outcome for our clients through trial or settlement. Please click here to view cases that may be similar to yours and sample case results we have obtained in each of our main areas of practice.