Have you or a loved one suffered injuries due to a motorcycle accident, car accident or truck accident that was not your fault? Have you been injured at a nightclub, hotel or in a parking lot?
The St. Petersburg, Florida, personal injury law office of Craig Epifanio, P.A., helps individuals who have been hurt in accidents or through negligence in Pinellas County, Hillsborough County, Manatee County, Pasco County and Sarasota County, Florida. Attorney Epifanio is a former public defender who then went on to work at a personal injury firm prior to starting his own St. Petersburg private practice in 2000.
The law entitles personal injury victims to compensation. Call us at (727) 528-1859 for your free initial consultation. We represent all personal injury clients on a contingency basis, which means that we charge no attorney's fee unless we win financial results for you. Send us an e-mail today.
Personal injury lawyer Craig A. Epifanio is noted by his clients for his care, diligence and effective handling of their legal matters — let us help you deal with the issues that have arisen as a result of your injury.A Thorough and Timely Investigation
Mr. Epifanio thoroughly investigates the cause of your personal injury, interviewing witnesses, visiting the accident scene, reading police reports and hiring outside experts as needed, in order to build the strongest case possible.
An insurer's goal is to pay as little as possible on claims. They often get away with it because the injured person does not have the benefit of an experienced attorney. In serious personal injury cases, you need to make sure you plan for the long-term, which means compensation for long term medical expenses, rehabilitation expenses, compensation for lost wages, damages related to pain and suffering and other expenses. Attorney Craig A. Epifanio will fight for the compensation you need and deserve, even if that means taking the case to trial rather than settling with the insurance company.Help for Motorcycle Accident Victims
Motorcycle accident victims are often treated unfairly by the police and by insurance adjusters, who assume that because the person was driving a motorcycle, that he or she did something wrong. The truth is far more likely to be that the other driver didn't see the motorcycle or acted carelessly resulting in an accident leaving the motorcyclist with serious or permanent injuries. As a motorcycle rider himself, Craig A. Epifanio can relate to the difficulties motorcyclists are facing.Call (727) 528-1859 or Contact Us Online