St. Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys

Helping those injured in accidents in St. Petersburg, FL and surrounding  areas

Personal Injury Attorneys in St. Petersburg

Have you been injured in a car accident or hurt in a devastating experience that has a negative impact on your life at both work and at home? Immediately after an accident, the pressures of what to do next begin to build up. Those pressures begin to build on top of new medical treatment expenses, missing paychecks, and other extensive bills resulting from an accident. At Pipas Law, we understand those stresses and our goal is to eliminate as many of those for you as possible.

Contact Our St. Petersburg Office

Our St. Petersburg Personal Injury Lawyers make it their priority to personally meet with you, review your case (for free) and discuss your options and explain how we can help.

Our experienced personal injury lawyers in St. Petersburg will provide you with the service and knowledge that your case requires and deserves. Every case is unique and is treated with special care.

The attorneys at Pipas Law Group have been recognized by their clients as some of the most personable and results-driven personal injury attorneys in St. Petersburg, FL.

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Our law firm is one of St. Pete’s most respected firms by the community and local medical providers. We are award-winning and have been given tough cases over the years, there is no doubt. But, our small firm sure knows how to deliver big results. However, big cases are not what drives our firm. To us, every client’s case, big or small, matters. If you’ve been in a car accident or were seriously injured from call Pipas Law today or visit us in one of our two office locations. Florida’s statute of limitations sets a time limit by which an injury lawsuit has to be filed, so don’t wait too long if you’re thinking that hiring a personal injury lawyer in St. Petersburg may be an option for you. Take advantage of our free case consultation today.

What to Do Immediately After An Accident

  • Exchange Insurance Information
  • Take As Many Photos as Possible
  • Call The Police
  • Report Your Claim Immediately
  • Seek Medical Attention for Injuries (Important: Must Do Within 14 Days of the Accident)
  • Call a Personal Injury Attorney

“Can I sue for negligence in a car accident?”

If you’ve never been in a car accident before, this may be a question that comes to your mind.  It is first important to understand exactly what negligence is.

Negligence occurs when harm results from a person (or business) fails to act in a reasonably safe manner.

For example, if a person driving a car fails to read a stop sign because they are sending a text message, and then they cause an accident, he or she may be held financially liable for the injuries sustained by the other driver or pedestrians involved. However, negligence does not only occur in car accidents.

Another example of negligence could happen when healthcare professional fails to act in accordance of the medical profession standards and results in injuries to a patient. Then medical malpractice has occurred.

If you believe you’ve been hurt in a car accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, call one of our personal injury lawyers in St. Petersburg, FL today.

“How can a personal injury Attorney help me?”

Our Personal Injury Attorneys in St. Petersburg at Pipas Law may help your case in many ways, including but not limited to:

  1. Gathering Evidence
  2. Going to court on your behalf for any possible traffic citations given due to the accident
  3. Working hand-in-hand with the medical professionals on your case
  4. Negotiating with insurance companies
  5. Attending mediations and depositions
  6. Preparing for and going to trial
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“What damages can I claim in a car accident?”

The Accident Attorneys at Pipas Law may help your personal injury case in many ways, including but not limited to:

  1. Lost Wages
  2. Medical Expenses
  3. Physical and Emotional Pain
  4. Punitive Damages

our promise to you

You are not a case number. However, many law firms in this industry may treat you like one. Here at Pipas Law Group, your attorney is always the person running your case- not a paralegal, law clerk, or case manager. Our small firm care with big results mentality will give you piece of mind.

Rushing to settle your case is not the way we do business. Our goal is get you the absolute best possible outcome, even if that means taking your case to trial.

At Pipas Law Group, you will always have access to speak to your attorney. You will receive regular updates on your case when necessary, and you can be sure that your case is in the best possible hands to get you the full recovery you deserve. Let us fight for you.

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