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Anderson and Anderson

Tampa, Florida, 33606

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Anderson and Anderson
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213 S Brevard Ave
Tampa, Florida, 33606
United States

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8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. M-F

About Anderson and Anderson

At the law office of Anderson & Anderson, we have been representing accident victims in the Tampa Bay area for more than thirty years. We understand the struggles our clients face after being injured in an accident. We do everything in our power to get clients the compensation they need to move forward with their lives. We are experienced. We are local. We are dedicated to you.

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What if the At-Fault Party Also Committed a Crime?

If you have suffered injuries in a Tampa personal injury incident, you can file a claim for damages. Florida is a no-fault state. This means your first recourse would be to seek damages from your own insurer, even when the injury is caused by another person.If your losses are caused by another party and are above $10,000 or if your injuries are serious, you can seek compensation from the at-fault party. In some situations, the other party may also be charged with a crime.For instance, consider a driver who ran a red light and caused a crash involving...Continue Reading...

I Was Partially at Fault for My Injury. Can I Still Sue?

Getting into an accident is difficult and frustrating, both mentally and physically. If you were partially at fault, you might think you need to pay all your bills on your own or that you have no options for compensation. You might still be eligible for a settlement, even though the other person wasn’t completely at fault. Comparative Negligence Florida uses the pure comparative negligence system. This means the courts in Florida can attribute a portion of the blame for a car accident to more than one party. So, if you are partially...Continue Reading...

How Much is a Personal Injury Claim Worth?

After a serious injury, you may have a difficult time getting the compensation you need to recover. It's easy to feel overwhelmed by your injuries, not to mention the mental and emotional trauma of your accident. You need compensation, but you may not have the tools you need to recover.Your Tampa personal injury attorney is here to help. Understanding the value of your claim is vital before you go to court in order to win the max compensation you're due. Talk to your lawyer about the following damages you may be eligible for. Economic...Continue Reading...

Florida Motorcycle License Laws

Motorcycles come with an image of freedom, power, and an exposure to the world around you that a car simply can’t provide. Riding a motorcycle can be a freeing experience for many people, whether it’s the thrill of danger or the fresh ocean breeze on your face. But before you start your engine and take off on your new bike, you need to know about the laws put in place to keep you safe as a Florida motorcyclist. Making sure you’re following state motorcycle license laws can help you stay on the road legally, which can help...Continue Reading...

What if I Wasn't Wearing a Helmet during a Motorcycle Accident?

A motorcycle can be a great way to get a little fresh air, exposing you to the outside world in a way a car can’t. But that freedom can come with a price: your safety. Even if you were wearing a helmet, you may have suffered severe injuries that could affect your life moving forward. But what if you weren’t wearing a helmet during a motorcycle accident? You may have already suffered severe injuries, and now, the at-fault party may be using your lack of a helmet against you. If you’re not prepared to defend your claim, you...Continue Reading...