florida car accident

May 27, 2022

Collaboration with Personal Injury Attorney Leads to Successful Resolution After Florida Car Accident

This is a case study about the journey of a Hancock Law client. Actual client names are being protected for their privacy; the names used in […]
April 28, 2022

How Much is My Personal Injury Case Worth?

“How much is my personal injury case worth?” This is a question that Kenneth Hancock, Personal Injury Attorney at Hancock Law, hears frequently. Timing in asking […]
March 25, 2022

Personal Injury Legal Terminology 101

For many, getting injured in a car accident comes not only with stress, but a significant lack of clarity. Legal terminology inevitably becomes the norm in […]
February 5, 2022

How Courts Work for Personal Injury Cases

Here at Hancock Law, we understand that being in a car accident is overwhelming, as is the process required to reach a fair, reasonable resolution. For […]
January 6, 2022

Strong Deposition Leads to Case Resolution After Florida Car Accident

This is a case study about the journey of a Hancock Law client. Actual client names are being protected for their privacy; the names used in […]
October 31, 2021

8 Principles of Deposition

If you’ve been injured in a car accident and sought the help of a personal injury attorney, you may at some point have to provide sworn […]
August 26, 2021

The Benefits of Working with a Small Firm vs. a Large Firm

Choosing your personal injury attorney is an important decision. While larger law firms may boast about their thousands of cases, being the “biggest” or having more […]
July 16, 2021

Q&A with Brandy Varner Florida Registered Paralegal for Hancock Law

At Hancock Law, we believe in representing our clients with compassion, empathy, and skill to achieve the best possible results. Every member of our team is […]
May 22, 2021

What does “No-Fault State” Mean for Car Accidents and Why Does It Matter?

Florida is one of only 12 states that still deems itself a no-fault state in regards to car accidents. Drivers in no-fault states are legally required […]