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What you do now could matter later!
See a medical doctor now, do not wait. Medical Records are a form of proof. Medical records will document your injuries, pain and any details that may fade and heal over time. These records create a solid foundation to support your case for compensation. We are here to guide you every step of the way.
Speak with a personal injury lawyer immediately to learn what your rights are and what you can do. Do not sign away your rights to your insurance company. Speak with a Florida personal injury attorney first and they will guide you through the process. Ken Sobel will help you anticipate the costs and speak with you about your case and any possible compensation. Sobel Legal offers free consultations for all potential clients.
Once you have been injured, you will be facing a lot of expenses. The Florida law firm of Sobel Legal knows the last thing you want is another medical bill. You want to put your life back on track and we help you do that. Ken Sobel shares this common goal with you, to help you recover. Our fees depend on us recovering compensation for you. This means if there is no settlement or verdict, there are no fees.
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Over 30 years of experience, Ken Sobel of Sobel Legal has served clients from across the State of Florida in Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, and Sexual Harassment. Ken and his law firm have been recognized for his integrity and skill by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer ratings. When looking for a law firm to represent you and fight for your rights, it is essential to know you can trust them as much as their peers do.
Contact Ken today about your personal injury with our online form or call Ken at 954-526-7007
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