Statute of Limitations for an Injury Claim in Florida

Tampa Personal Injury Attorneys

During anytime at work, an accident can happen that will leave you with injuries and other side effects that make it impossible to do your job. But that is not the only timing issue that must be addressed after a work-related injury. In Florida, there is a strict statute of limitations for bringing forward personal injury claims.

The experienced attorneys of Feldman Morgado have extensive experience handling workers' compensation claims. We have represented a diverse clientele from construction workers and factory workers to drivers, nurses and office workers injured on the job, in cases involving falls, burns, repetitive traumas, chemical exposure, slip and falls, and motor vehicle accidents.

Call us at 800-669-0151 to explore a possible lawsuit workers' compensation claim in a free initial consultation with a lawyer. We handle claims in the Tampa Bay area (Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater) and across Florida, including Naples, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Ocala, Orlando, Gainesville, Lakeland and Jacksonville.

Time Is of the Essence

After the accident that caused your injuries, you must continue to receive treatment for your injuries or file a petition within two years according to the statute of limitations for a workers' compensation claim in Florida. However, it is not advisable to put off making a claim as it takes time to properly prepare a successful claim.

No matter how your injuries occurred, our attorneys have the background, resources and dedication to maximize the benefits you receive.

Experienced Workers' Compensation Lawyers in Tampa, Florida

With offices in Tampa, Ocala, Naples, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale and Miami , we provide attentive, effective help to the injured in Florida, including out-of-state visitors. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation.