Serious Personal Injury Claims

“The winds of grace are always blowing, but you have to raise the sail.” – Old Saying

Why do people choose Peter M. Commette, P. A. to represent them, when they have a personal injury claim?

Because Peter Commette has the qualities that set his staff and him apart from other Florida law firms: experience, reputation, hard work, attention to detail, and results.

In a crisis, those who have been injured or who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of others need to choose a well-regarded law firm that defends the rights of their clients to secure the best possible recovery. Those who call Peter M. Commette, P. A. for a FREE initial consultation are looking for an experienced personal injury lawyer, who will seek justice on their behalf. Peter Commette has attained an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating in ability and ethics that can be attained. When you are seeking that fair wind in a looming court battle, we can help you raise the sail to catch it.

When someone is seriously injured or killed as a result of negligence – in an accident, as a result of negligence, auto injury medical negligence, working on a vessel, yacht or boat – a “process” kicks in. “The process” is designed by insurance companies to overwhelm the victim with paperwork, phone calls, pressure and deadlines. The injured person can quickly become scared and burdened by a load that would be tough for anyone to carry.

It is usually at this point in the process, when an insurance company will make an initial offer of compensation. As mortgage bills and healthcare bills arrive in the mail, soon after followed by incessant barrages from bill collection companies, panic often sets in for the injured and their families. It is at this vulnerable time that injured victims are most likely to be persuaded to sign a settlement with an insurance company. “Quick” settlements, before your injuries are fully understood, benefit insurance companies, not injured victims.

Most people don’t realize that insurance companies try to get you to agree to the lowest possible settlements. When faced with mounting debt and medical bills, victims too often jump to settle their cases for less than their complete damages. The staff at Peter M. Commette, P. A. has found this tactic to be as frightening to successful adults as it is to the elderly and young. Wait before you sign away your rights, and call an experienced law firm for important perspective and support.

Peter M. Commette, P. A. offers a FREE consultation. In order to best maximize your time with an attorney, gather relevant documents such as accident reports, insurance policies, and information about the person, company or group that caused the injury, and then give us a call.

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“I just wanted to take the time to thank you for all that you have done for me. I’m still in shock and can’t believe our victory. You can only imagine the amount of stress, aggravation and worry that has been lifted from my life. You would always see how nervous and unsettled I was over this. But I admit that I have tried to keep my cool in front of you. You see, I went through a lot over the years. Although it was a lot easier with you by my side, it was still hell for me…. I felt like I couldn’t even live my life completely because this case was holding me down and holding me back. Now I can finally breathe again. You have been an Angel sent to me by God’s grace. I will forever be grateful that God placed you in my life. Thank you again. A special thank you to Cassandra for all her help as well. She always knew the right thing to say to put my mind at ease.”

Sally (last name withheld for privacy concerns)