Pursuing Justice One Accident Victim At A Time
$11,200,000.00 jury verdict -16 year-old girl rendered a quadriplegic as a result of single car accident which struck a utility pole placed too closely to the roadway.
$2,576,712.40 total recovery from UM carrier following judge trial
$1,400,000.00 Settlement - Worker rendered quadriplegic after 20’ fall from ladder.
$1,312,700.00 Judge verdict - Fort Walton Beach chiropractor suffered several thoracic spine compression fractures after attic access stairs fell out of newly constructed townhome.
File An Injury Claim And Do Not Back Down
With our help, you can obtain maximum compensation for injuries and property damage. Semitrucks, 18-wheelers and other large trucks have multiple tires. Blowouts, tread separation and other tire failures are common. Whether a tire blowout accident or any other type of truck accident caused serious injuries to you or a loved one, our law firm can help you pursue justice and the compensation you are entitled to.
At Wesley, McGrail & Wesley, we handle personal injury cases across the Florida Panhandle. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of combined experience, and we have had offices in Fort Walton Beach for more than 35 years. We challenge insurance companies, and we are always prepared for trial. We are litigators at heart, and we take pride in our abilities to produce wins and results for our clients at trial.
If the insurance company is trying to minimize or deny your claim, call us. If your bills and loss of earning potential are overwhelming, and the insurance company is not willing to cover your past, present and future expenses related to the accident, call us now.
Personal Attention, Dedicated Legal Representation
We customize our legal strategy to your specific case, and we guide you through the legal process every step of the way. We also handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we do not get paid a dime until you get paid. Our lawyers fight for your maximum compensation, and we are committed to obtaining what you need to cover past, present and future expenses.
Investigating The Accident
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and municipalities, in some areas, are responsible for keeping roads, state highways and interstate highways safely maintained and clear of road debris.
We prosecute cases involving negligence on the part of government agencies, truck drivers and trucking companies. Our team works with accident reconstructionists and other experts to build the most compelling case in each of our clients’ unique situations.