Founded by attorneys Nick Norden and Zachary Leacox, Norden Leacox Accident & Injury Law was established with the purpose of helping families and individuals who have suffered injuries by the hands of a negligent person.
Every client interested in having Norden Leacox Accident & Injury Law as their representation will receive a free consultation with one of our experienced Orlando personal injury lawyers. We believe the most effective representation starts and ends with thorough understanding of the case. If we determine our firm is able to help you win your case, we will work relentlessly toward maximum compensation for your claim. If deemed necessary, we will even take your case all the way to trial. We handle each case individually, and your injury attorney will be available for direct assistance throughout the process 24/7. Unlike other firms, our Orlando personal injury lawyers are the ones who will be answering client questions and providing the status of each case. We look forward to representing you in your litigation needs.
Orlando is a big city. The Greater Orlando metro area has a population of 2.5 million people inhabiting its 1003 square miles. With so many people spread all over the area, it is no wonder that traffic accidents happen regularly.
Most of these accidents result in personal injuries, which may vary in severity. In 2018, approximately 236,157 people suffered personal injuries from traffic accidents in Florida. These accidents claimed more than 121 lives in just Orange County alone.
As the numbers indicate, residents of Florida stand a high risk of falling victim to personal injuries. Make sure to contact our Orlando injury lawyers if you get hurt in an accident.
Whether you were hurt on a bike at a grocery store or in an auto accident, the parties involved in your personal injury case are typically going to consist of four separate parties. The first party involved is the person who is physically indirectly responsible for causing your accident. It might be the grocery store that did not clean up a spill leaving you to slip in it. It might be the property owner of the home you were visiting who did not put a handrail up on their porch and you fell down the stairs. It might be the person speeding on the highway who merged into your lane without looking. They are responsible for the damage that their actions or inactions caused you.
Next is you. You would be called the plaintiff of an Orlando personal injury case. You are the one who is suffering due to the negligence and carelessness of the liable party mentioned above. You deserve full and fair compensation for the damage that you’re suffering. You have a right to seek legal action against the liable person.
The liable party responsible for your damages is going to be represented by the third party involved in your personal injury case, the insurance company. They are financially responsible for your compensation. It is their mission to preserve their bottom line, which means getting them to give you a fair and full result is going to be difficult.
When you have a difficult insurance company trying to prevent you from getting the results you deserve, it is essential to have strong personal injury lawyer in Orlando representing you. That would be the fourth party involved in your case. They are going to take care of the legal matters on your behalf to make sure that you get the justice that you deserve.
After a minimum of five years of practicing law, lawyers must apply for board certification and go through a rigorous examination process. The Florida Bar thoroughly evaluates all board-certified lawyers for credibility and expertise in a particular area of law, an honor only about 7% of all eligible Florida lawyers have retained. Having a board certified lawyer means you get specialized expertise, professionalism, credibility, and dedication to a high level of excellence in a legal specialization. Zachary Leacox, one of our very own attorneys is board certified in trial law. As our client, you can rest assured that you will be in the most capable hands to take on your case.