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Attorney Brad Sinclair has been assisting personal injury victims for more than 30 years. Sinclair Law welcomes all inquiries and legal questions. We look forward to serving you.

Sinclair Law Offices

5465 N. Highway 1
Melbourne, FL 32940
Phone – 321-253-4200
Fax – 321-253-4400
Toll Free: 888.722.1974

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Recent Settlements - We Win for You.

$625k / Motorcycle Accident / Compound Fracture leg / Brevard County, FL – 17 year old male operating a motorcycle when defendant made left turn into him, crushing his leg. This case involved minimal coverage in the amount of $25k. After extensive investigation and discovery, we were able to obtain an additional $600k due to lack of properly signed forms by two of the insurance companies.

$575k / Automobile Accident / Facial Surgery / Brevard County, FL – 29 year old male automobile driver struck commercial vehicle that made an illegal left turn. This case involved heavily contested liability. Injuries resulted in face and jaw surgery.

$625k / Motorcycle Accident / Compound Fracture leg / Brevard County, FL – 17 year old male operating a motorcycle when defendant made left turn into him, crushing his leg. This case involved minimal coverage in the amount of $25k. After extensive investigation and discovery, we were able to obtain an additional $600k due to lack of properly signed forms by two of the insurance companies.

$800K / Motorcycle Accident / Back Surgery / Brevard Country, FL-44 year old male operating a motorcycle when defendant made a left turn directly in front of him. Insurance company heavily contested injuries and liability prior to settlement

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