We use our knowledge of Florida’s personal injury and liability laws to strive for client success in settlements.
We have over thirty years of trial and negotiation experience between us and will use it to advocate for you.
We’re a boutique firm, so each client’s case will receive the personal attention it needs for a successful outcome.
Personal Injury Services
Let Us Take Over Your Injury Case
Having knowledgeable attorneys by your side is comforting when seeking rewards for a personal injury sustained due to someone else’s negligence. Our attorneys are familiar with the laws and courts of Lake County, Florida, and will develop an effective strategy to represent you.
We've worked diligently for years to gain the knowledge and experience to help our clients, and our goal is to provide positive results.
They took great care of me years ago would use them again. Thank you, Oldham and Smith!
- Cory T.
Everybody hopes to find representation and lawyering with the client's interest in mind, and Oldham & Smith is it.
Attorney Smith is diligent, realistic, and gave great counsel to bring this case to a close.
- Motts D.
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Hurt on the Road?
We're on Your Side.
When someone’s negligence causes a car accident, and you suffer injuries and damage to your vehicle, we will fight for your rights and strive to hold the liable party responsible for their actions. Florida has a few state laws you may not be aware of that could have a huge impact on your personal injury claim. For example, there is a four-year deadline to file a car accident lawsuit. Florida has a Pure Comparative Fault rule, which may allow you to collect damages even if you’re partially responsible for the accident, depending on the circumstances.
As former prosecutors, our attorneys use their unique insight into the inner workings of the court system to seek the maximum compensation allowed for your situation. You can trust them to take charge of your case and keep you in the loop. Most people don’t know how lengthy the claim process is, but we set realistic expectations, so our clients can know where they stand at all times. If you’re in Lake County, Florida, and have been involved in a car accident, call us today.