Personal Injury Attorneys That Believe in Personal Service
Many large firms with mass marketing machines handle cases with an assembly line approach. Attorneys Scott McPherson & Ian Thomas actually get to know their injured clients and aggressively represent their rights. Read about our guarantee below!
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Did you know that the standard contingency contract for auto accident cases allows a new client to cancel for any reason within 3 days? We give you 60 days! If for any reason you are unsatisfied with Scott McPherson's service you may cancel within 60 days and Attorney McPherson will deliver all file materials to your new attorney with NO lien, and at no cost to you! And there is never a fee unless we win your case!
Automobile Accident Injuries
Scott McPherson has been helping automobile accident victims for decades - even prior to law school. Attorney McPherson was a professional Paramedic Firefighter with Pasco County Fire Rescue during the 1980s.
A Wrongful Death Claim occurs when someone is tragically killed due to another's negligence. Attorney McPherson meets personally with the victim's family and works closely with Estate attorneys to recover the family's losses during this most difficult time.
Injuries from Dangerous or Defective Products
This is known as a Product's Liability Claim, and Attorney McPherson has handled many such claims. A Product's Liability Claim almost always requires a lawsuit (litigation), so an experienced trial attorney is a must with this type of claim.
Injuries from a Fall (Tripping or Slipping)
When someone is injured due to a hazard at a premise this is known as a "Premises Liability Case." Attorney McPherson is very experienced with handling such cases which are usually the result of a trip and fall or a slip and fall.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Riding a motorcycle between rows of slow-moving cars, also known as lane-splitting, is illegal in Florida and most other states in the United States. Despite this law, many motorcycle drivers still will perform the act. Lane splitting can obstruct the motorcycle from the view of other motor vehicle drivers and easily result in an accident. If you have been involved […]→
If you are spending a day out on your boat and get into a headfirst collision with another boat, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your damages. When two boats are about to collide, it is commonly the result of one operator acting recklessly and not adhering to the rules of the water. In order to determine who […]→
Florida’s intracoastal waterways, numerous lakes, and other large bodies of water make for a popular boating hub any time of the year. There’s nothing quite like some bonding time with family and friends on the water. When your day is disrupted by an accident, locals and visitors should be aware of exactly what the law details about boating accidents, especially […]→