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Frequently Asked Questions

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Why Choose Brian Sebaaly Law?

Brian Sebaaly, P.A. is an experienced and compassionate attorney specializing in personal injury cases. With his extensive knowledge and expertise, he will evaluate the merits of your case and develop a strong legal strategy tailored to your situation. He diligently advocates for your rights and fights to secure maximum compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Unlike other firms, as Brian’s client, you will have direct access to him as your attorney – this means you won’t be pawned off to other attorneys or paralegals. Brian is known for being dedicated to his clients, offering personalized attention and clear communication every step of the way.

I've been injured, is hiring a lawyer really necessary?

Each case is unique, consulting with a personal injury lawyer will provide you with personalized advice and guidance for your specific situation.

Dealing with insurance companies can be challenging. Adjusters may try to minimize your claim or offer a settlement far below what your case is valued at. Working with a personal injury lawyer ensures you have someone in your corner, fighting for you.

How much will hiring a lawyer cost me?

Brian Sebaaly Law works on a contingency fee basis. This means that you pay nothing until your case is resolved and you are awarded compensation. Your attorney’s fees and any outstanding medical costs after reductions will be taken out of the settlement amount.

What types of cases does your law firm handle?

Brian Sebaaly Law specializes in all personal injury cases such as car, motorcycle, and trucking accidents, slip and fall cases, and wrongful death.

How long have you been in business?

Attorney Brian Sebaaly has been practicing law for more than 15 years and established his own firm, Brian Sebaaly Law, in January of 2020. Attorney Sebaaly is barred in the state of Florida, the state of Georgia, and the state of New York.  

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