Melbourne Personal Injury Attorney, Motorcycle, Auto & Truck Accident Specialist
Serving Melbourne, Palm Bay, Cocoa Beach, Viera, Rockledge, Titusville, Brevard County, and all of Central Florida
Sometimes what you need is good advice from a personal injury attorney you can trust. A law firm that focuses on personal injury claims including auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accident claims.
You need a firm that:
Understands the insurance industry; how the insurance companies work, process claims and value cases.
Will provide advice on medical professionals to help speed your recovery.
Will help you negotiate your medical bills.
Will always focus on your best interests, focusing on putting money back in your pocket.
Staffed with people who live in our community, know the roads, the insurance adjustors and the defense attorneys.
Realizes that getting back on the road is a priority and that that sometimes damage to your motorcycle or automobile is as important as the injuries that you’ve sustained,.
If you have questions about personal injury laws and your rights, contact us here or call 321-253-4200 for a Free Lawyer Consultation. There are no unimportant clients or cases at Sinclair Law. We are never too busy to answer your questions.
Sinclair Law — Going the extra mile for our clients.
Serving personal injury, auto accident, motorcycle accident and truck accident victims in Melbourne, Palm Bay, Cocoa, Viera, Cocoa Beach, Titusville, Rockledge, Merritt Island, Cape Canaveral and Brevard County.
More news >>Recent News
Is Florida getting close to passing a Texting Ban? more >
Save the Date for this "CAN'T MISS" Event more >
Aggressive Driving and a few things you can do to avoid being a victim of it. more >
Check out our Calendar on Oct. 7th for Details of this worthy event more >
Florida's murky vertical motorcycle tag laws have caused debate among motorcyclists and law enforcement alike about how to enforce, or not enforce, the vertical license tag ruling. more >
Historic study has shown that only a tiny fraction of people injured by medical malpractice actually file a claim. So why do the insurance companies claim that medical malpractice is a big problem, when they hardly ever have to pay a claim? more >
Sturgis trademark battle ends with win for South Dakota more >