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Contact Osborne & Francis today at (407) 655-3333 to speak with an Orlando personal injury lawyer about your case. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn about your legal rights and your options moving forward.
About Osborne & Francis
At Osborne & Francis, we treat each of our clients like family and provide them with the personal touch and attention they truly deserve. Our firm advocates using the experience and resources other firms are unable to provide. This gives us the edge over our competitors and allows us to craft effective, formidable legal strategies to resolve your case.
Thoroughness and Determination in Every Case
We do whatever it takes to get the job done, working resolutely and staying the course. We do not let off a case until our client receives the full compensation and justice they are due.
Our team does not take any shortcuts or rush the process in order to settle your case quickly. Instead, we assign a full team of investigators and experts ready to preserve the key evidence necessary to win the case.
We Fight for the Underdog
We treat each of our clients with the utmost value, respect, and significance. No matter their socioeconomic or racial background, they matter to us.
As one of the only Black-owned law firms in our geographical area, we fight for the underdog and seek out the underrepresented and marginalized of our communities to give back and invest in their success. We will do the right thing in each situation to protect and further our client’s best interest.
Personal Attention — We Treat You Like Family
We are in a unique position to offer a more personal relationship to clients than bigger law firms. At the same time, we also have the resources to take on big cases and stand against large corporations and pharmaceutical companies.
The health, well-being, and emotional state of you and your loved ones are extremely important to us. Our lawyers are dedicated to protecting your rights during challenging times.
Orlando Personal Injury Practice Areas
Our Orlando personal injury lawyers handle a wide range of cases, ranging from car accidents to consumer product lawsuits to premises liability and many other practice areas. The following are samples of cases we handle in Orlando:
Car accidents can take a significant toll on you and your family, both physically and financially. Even a minor car accident can leave you with medical bills, and you may not know how to handle insurance matters. Losing your car and the ability to drive can also affect your ability to generate income and travel to the places you need to be.
A vehicle accident lawsuit can help provide financial support for losses like:
- Medical costs
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Expenses not covered by standard insurance
At Osborne & Francis, we work hard to recover the maximum compensation on your behalf. We work closely with all parties involved, including insurance companies and law enforcement agencies, in order to bring your case to a successful resolution.
Medical malpractice lawsuits are often among the most complex types of cases. They require significant attention to detail, as well as a high level of legal expertise and skill. Injuries that result from medical malpractice can be permanent, debilitating, and can be completely life-changing for the victim and their families.
Under Florida law, medical malpractice involves negligent actions or conduct by healthcare providers that result in a person’s serious injury or death. Proving such negligence is no easy task. For this reason, it is important to secure a lawyer who is competent and has a proven track record of success to handle a medical malpractice claim.
Regardless of the type of injury you may have suffered, the personal injury lawyers at Osborne & Francis are on hand to provide the type of in-depth representation and guidance needed to succeed in a medical malpractice claim.
While they seem minor, slip and fall accidents can often result in serious injuries, especially if the fall causes an injury to the head, brain, neck, hip, or spine. Additionally, someone should be held liable when the accident is traceable to the negligence of another party.
The state of Florida has the highest percentage of senior citizen residents in the nation. This is an age group that is particularly susceptible to serious injuries from slip and fall incidents. The personal injury lawyers at Osborne & Francis understand the long-term impacts that a slip and fall injury can have, especially for an elderly person.
Property owners have a duty to maintain their premises so they are safe for both residents and visitors. We are committed to thoroughly investigating your case to uncover the exact cause of the accident, and ensuring the responsible party provides compensation for all losses. This can also help prevent similar accidents from happening to others.
What to Bring to Your Initial Consultation
The purpose of an initial legal consultation is for you to determine whether we’ll be the best fit for you personally, and for us to learn more about your case. Thus, the more information and documentation you can bring to this meeting, the more clearly we can provide you with guidance about your rights and options.
We truly understand that you may be injured and are going through a difficult time after an accident. As such, it might not always be possible for you or your loved ones to gather every bit of information. However, it is always helpful to bring the following items to an initial consultation:
- Hospital bills and medical records
- Police reports
- Pay stubs (when dealing with lost wages)
- Any photos or video of the accident
- Witness statements
- Your written account of the incident
We want to assure you that it’s OK if you can’t locate or bring every item. It is the personal injury lawyer’s job to prepare evidence for trial. When the time comes, there will be a “discovery” period, where our team gathers and organizes all trial materials.
Questions to Prepare for Your Consultation
As mentioned, a main goal of an initial consultation is for you to get a “feel” of how a personal injury attorney might work with you.
- How and when can I contact you regarding my case?
- What is your performance record for these types of injury lawsuits?
- What is your academic background?
- Do you have any specific experience with cases like mine?
When it comes to a consultation, there is no such thing as an unintelligent question. The more questions you ask, the more you learn, and the easier it will be to make an informed decision. If you have any questions regarding your consultation, contact us at our Orlando office at (407) 655-3333.
Office COVID-19 Precautions
Your health and safety top our priority list. At Osborne & Francis, we take every precaution to ensure that we are following best COVID-19 practices during in-person meetings. If you have any special requests in this regard, feel free to let us know beforehand so we can accommodate you.
For your convenience, when visiting our Orlando office, there is plenty of parking right outside the building.