Personal Injury Accidents Happen at All Hours .... At Mark A. Kaire, P.A. We're Always Ready

The Law Offices of Mark A. Kaire P.A. was opened in 1997 with a goal to not only help you and your family get the compensation you deserve, but to help with every step of the process. Whether that means helping you with property damage following a car accident or finding an expert in a medical malpractice case to help with a diagnosis, we are here to help. We understand the financial hardships of a catastrophic injury, and we will use every available resource to get you the compensation you deserve. In fact, since 1997 we have helped thousands of injured clients secure fair and just compensation for their injuries.

If you've been injured in an accident, you need legal advice as soon as possible. At The Law Offices of Mark A. Kaire, you can reach a personal injury attorney at any time: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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If you've suffered a serious personal injury, you'll find no shortage of lawyers ready to take your case. How do you know whether you've found an attorney who can go the distance, who will fight hard to ensure you receive the full compensation you deserve?

18 Years of Experience • 18 Years of Results

One way to choose an attorney is to look at his results and to see what our personal injury clients had to say about working with the firm.

Personal injury attorney Mark Kaire has nearly 18 years of experience helping injured clients in Miami and throughout south Florida. His devotion to each client's case has resulted in multi-million dollar successes and earned him membership in the Multi- Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is also an Eagle Member of the Florida Justice Association and a member of the Miami-Dade Justice Association.

These represent more than legal honors — these are major victories for people who really needed a victory after suffering a serious personal injury or having lost a family member to wrongful death. If you or a loved one has been injured by the negligence or reckless actions of another, we can help you get compensation. We handle cases involving:

To schedule a free personal injury lawyer consultation with a personal injury attorney regarding your car accident, truck accident,bicycle accident, premises liability or medical negligence case, call toll free at 866-769-0123. You can also contact us online and we'll reply as soon as possible.

The Personal Injury Process

#1 Personal Injury Attorney Search
In this part of the process, the client makes a decision to hire a personal injury lawyer who will represent them for the case.

#2 Legal Investigation into Personal Injury Claim
This process includes gathering the photos from the accident scene and interviewing all of the witnesses involved with the case. The lawyer will also obtain a medical release to bring together all records of suffering. The client initial interview will take place during this stage. The interview will allow the personal injury attorney to get a social security number, date of birth, address, names of witnesses, insurance companies, and other pertinent data from the client.

#3 Injury Settlement Negotiations
Before the case goes to court, the other party will typically try to negotiate a settlement with the client. A proposal will be sent along to the client's lawyer, and they will evaluate the terms and compensation claims. If the proposal is accepted, then the process stops here.

#4 Preparing for Personal Injury Lawsuit and Filing of Lawsuit
If the settlement proposal is not accepted by the client, then the lawyer will prepare for litigation. At this point, the defendant will be notified of the lawsuit that has been placed.

#5 Defendant Response and Discovery
The defendant will have 20 days to file an answer and/or other responsive pleading. Then the discovery stage begins, which allows both parties to gather information from each other.

#6 Medical Examination by Defense and Oral Deposition
The defense will usually ask to examine the plaintiff with one of their doctors, and they will also ask for all medical records. During the oral deposition, the plaintiff and the witnesses will be interviewed by both sides under oath.

#7 Mediation and Personal Injury Trial
A mediation must occur before trial. During mediation, A neutral mediator attempts to get both sides to compromise on a personal injury settlement. A series of offers and counter offers are exchanged during the mediation. If mediation fails, then the parties will proceed to trial. Trials range in length based upon the complexity of each case. At the conclusion of the trial a judgment will be entered. If the Plaintiff prevails, then the Plaintiff will receive monetary compensation.

Go here to get a free Miami personal injury lawyer consultation from Mark Kaire. Mark is one of the top personal injury attorneys in Miami, Florida.

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