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Mausner Graham Injury Law PLLC, Personal Injury Attorneys in Miami, Florida, Providing Compassionate Legal Representation to Accident Victims in Need

Have you been injured in an accident or lost a loved one in a wrongful death? Chances are that the agreement for a settlement from the insurance company may leave a lot to be desired, potentially not even adequately covering the medical expenses. You may be entitled to seek compensation.

At Mausner Graham Injury Law PLLC, our lawyers have years of experience providing legal counsel to accident victims in pursuit of justice. No financial recovery can bring back your lost family member or return you to a time before your serious injuries. However, a fair settlement may ease the financial burden a great deal.

To learn more about your legal rights and the potential of your personal injury claim, please get in touch with our law offices to schedule a free consultation with a member of our legal team.

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How Much Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?

The cost of hiring an attorney should never be why you decide not to hire one. If you choose to take legal action while representing yourself, you have a much lower chance of success than those who elected to hire professional legal representation. Additionally, it may be simply too much to ask of any injured person to contend with litigation against an antagonistic opposing party or negotiate with their insurer. It would be best if you were spending this time resting and recovering.

We may only offer an estimate for the cost after learning more about your unique case.

However, please note that our firm operates on a contingency fee basis. This means that we only get paid if we successfully recover compensation for you in your case. If we are unsuccessful in this objective, then you will not owe us anything regarding legal fees for our services.

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What Sort of Compensation Could You Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

It is easier to estimate the amount of financial recovery you stand to be rewarded for your personal injury claim after examining the particulars of your unique case in more detail. And even under closer review, there can be no guarantees of the sort of compensation you may ultimately receive.

Our personal injury attorneys will review all relevant evidence in your case, speak with expert witnesses, examine medical records, and negotiate with the liable parties’ insurance carrier to collect maximum compensation for your case. Whether you have suffered minor injuries, permanent injuries with life-altering consequences, or some form of emotional suffering, you deserve to pursue compensation.

You may receive economic and non-economic damages such as:

  • Diminished quality of life
  • Disability
  • Disfigurement
  • Emotional distress
  • Future lost earning capacity
  • Lost companionship
  • Lost wages
  • Medical bills
  • Ongoing medical care
  • Pain and suffering
  • Physical therapy rehabilitation costs
  • Psychological therapy expenses
  • Punitive damages
  • Wrongful death
Meet Our Team
Meet Our Team

Mausner Graham Injury Law PLLC is a boutique law firm located in Miami, FL that is known for its personal service and strong attention to detail.

Mr. Mausner graduated from The George Washington University and New York Law School.

Mr. Graham graduated from Penn State University and St. Thomas Law School.

Both partners are former Miami-Dade County prosecutors with extensive civil and criminal courtroom and trial experience. The attorneys at Mausner Graham Injury Law PLLC are licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania.



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Do You Need a Lawyer for Your Personal Injury Case?

Depending on the severity of your injury and who was at fault, you may or may not need to hire a professional. Similarly, you may or may not require medical treatment for your injuries, as you may be able to recover well enough on your own. But it is always better to be safe than sorry.

If you are the victim of an accident, it is essential that you never claim that you are ‘okay’ and unhurt. Your injuries may manifest much later, and any comments about being uninjured could be used against you later. It is better to get checked out by a doctor just in case.

The same can be said about speaking to a lawyer. You may not need legal representation, but it is smart to talk to a professional just in case.

Our firm offers a free case evaluation to all prospective new clients.

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Schedule a Free Consultation with Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers Today

Please get in touch with our law office to schedule your free initial consultation if you are ready to discuss your case. This is a risk-free, zero-obligation consultation, and you will not owe us a dime in legal fees unless and until we recover for you.

We understand that, for you, your case -- your story -- is no mere legal matter. A car accident can be a highly traumatizing event. A slip-and-fall accident can leave the victim with long-lasting brain damage. A dog bite can result in mental and physical scars that never heal. And a wrongful death case can feel like an insult to your time of mourning.

That is why we pride ourselves in providing our clients with compassionate legal representation. This is, understandably, a difficult time for you and yours. Our job is to make things a little easier and help you reach a satisfying conclusion to your troubles.

Schedule your free case evaluation today.

Why Choose Our Law Firm?

Our law firm provides an advance for the cost of our legal services. You pay nothing upfront. If we don’t win you a financial recovery settlement, you do not pay us anything in terms of legal fees. If you don’t get paid, neither do we. This is our guarantee.

Our injury attorneys have an accomplished history of working as Miami-Dade County prosecutors. We’ve sat on both sides of the courtroom and know the ins and outs of winning contentious litigation.

We provide aggressive legal representation to accident victims who have been wronged and deserve better compensation and accountability. We’ve been rated by Super Lawyers among their rising stars and made the National Trial Lawyers’ list of the Top 40 Under 40. Our lawyers are licensed in Florida, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and DC.

We offer a free consultation to Floridians looking to understand their legal options. If you don’t feel that we are the right lawyers for your case and the goals you have in mind, then you may look for legal services elsewhere. That said, we are confident we can provide you with the legal representation your case deserves.

Our past clients are thrilled with the service we provide. “I recommend this team 1000%” – Gaby Marrero. “I highly recommend Eric Mausner Law and their amazing professional team led by Janelle Gonzalez.” – Rea Kavoosi. Read their reviews and testimonials online and see why we’re a trusted source for legal care in Florida.

Q: Is a dog owner liable for injuries if their dog bites a person?

A: Yes. Dog owners may be held liable for dog bite injuries regardless of whether their dog has ever shown any history of aggression. Florida does not have a “one-bite” rule, like certain other states, where a dog is given a certain allowance provided it never exhibited aggressive or violent tendencies in the past. Dog owners are held to a standard of “strict liability” for injuries sustained due to their animal attacking a person or another dog.

Q: Is Florida really the most dangerous state for pedestrians?

A: Yes, unfortunately. Six Florida cities ranked among the 20 worst cities in the nation, with Daytona Beach being the most dangerous of them all. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater ranked fourth nationally, followed by Jacksonville in the sixth spot, Orlando in eighth, Palm Bay in 12th, Miami in 14th, and Sarasota in 19th. And what’s scary is that these numbers are only getting worse.

Q: What is the statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim in Florida?

A:Generally speaking, the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Florida is four years. Civil injury suits are shorter at two years. A personal injury claim against a government entity in Florida has a statute of limitations of three years. If you are looking to file a wrongful death lawsuit, the statute of limitations is two years. Once these windows have expired, filing a successful lawsuit and recovering damages for your case may prove impossible.

Q:If my injury isn’t severe enough to send me to the hospital, is it still worth considering taking legal action?

A: It is always worth talking to a lawyer about your accident injuries, just in case. Even a minor rear-ending collision that doesn’t seem to hurt at first may eventually result in severe symptoms of whiplash or structural damage to your vehicle that was not previously apparent. By speaking to a lawyer early on, you can better prepare for these possibilities, even if you do not ultimately end up taking legal action in the case. Remember, if you are in an accident, it is important not to brush it off and act like all is well. These comments could come back to bite you later.

Q: I’m worried my elderly father is being abused or neglected in his nursing home. What are the warning signs I should look out for?

A: Florida ranks among the worst states for reports regarding nursing home abuse and neglect. More than 40% of Florida’s nursing home residents have reported abuse, and more than 90% have reported that they have witnessed neglect. Signs of abuse and neglect may include physical indicators like unexplained bruising, sudden weight loss, dehydration, malnutrition, open wounds, and poor hygiene. Other warning signs include changes in emotional behavior like being withdrawn, prone to bouts of anger or fear, and inexplicable sobbing. Financial abuse may be indicated by unexplained withdrawals or sudden changes to a will.

Q: If I slip and fall on the sidewalk outside a popular business, do I have a legal right to sue them?

A: Property owners owe a certain duty of care to lawful visitors and guests. This duty extends to the sidewalk outside their place of business. If the property owner knew about a potential hazard – a broken sidewalk or a slippery surface caused by water, ice, or chemicals – and they took no steps to address the hazardous condition, they may be held liable for injuries that occur as the result of an accident on that walkway.

Q: What should I do if I’m in a car accident?

A: Firstly, determine how badly you are hurt. If you feel okay, check on the passengers in your vehicle, then check for injuries to pedestrians and the occupants of other vehicles. Do not move victims unless necessary. Call 911 for emergency services. While awaiting their arrival, speak with the other party and exchange insurance coverage information if your injuries are minor. Do not apologize or say you are unhurt – such comments may be used against you. Document the car wreck by photograph and video. Please speak to any eyewitnesses and get their account of what happened. If an insurance adjuster arrives on the scene, don’t speak to them. Call an attorney and then provide law enforcement with your story.

Q: How do I prove negligence in a personal injury lawsuit?

A: For most all personal injury claims in Florida, it is necessary to prove a level of negligence or recklessness on the part of the individual(s) responsible for the injuries. To establish negligence, your personal injury accident attorneys will review all relevant evidence to your case, consult with expert witnesses, examine your medical records, speak to eyewitnesses, and work alongside you to craft an airtight case that proves that someone else’s negligence led to your accident.

Where Are We Located?

Miami is a beautiful, bustling city known for its sandy beaches and exciting nightlife. Miami is also a place of business and opportunity, where people live with their families and pursue their dreams. But some dreams hit a few bumps on the road, such as unexpected accidents and injuries that put life and career on hold.

That’s why we’re here.

Nestled amongst the glamor and glow of Miami, our firm is here to represent personal injury cases, big and small.

Mausner Graham Injury Law PLLC is located on vibrant NE 2nd Avenue in the heart of midtown Miami. Our offices are located just an 8-minute walk from sunny Bayfront Park, 8 minutes by car from beautiful Maurice A. Ferré Park, and an 11-minute drive from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. The Miami International Airport (MIA) is conveniently located just a 14-minute drive away.

Contact us to schedule a consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers by calling us at 305-344-HURT (4878).

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