Tina Willis Law - Orlando Personal Injury, Car & Truck Accident & Wrongful Death Lawyer

390 N Orange Ave Suite 2300G
Orlando FL 32801
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  • Wed: 12am-12am
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  • Fri: 12am-12am
  • Sat: 12am-12am
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Orlando car & truck accident lawyer and personal injury & medical malpractice attorney Tina Willis gives each of her clients extra careful attention. She helps victims of motorcycle, car and truck accidents. She also handles many serious or catastrophic injury cases, including those involving wrongful death claims, and medical malpractice cases. Because of requirements under Florida's medical malpractice statute, Ms. Willis is only able to consider medical malpractice cases that led to extremely serious injuries or death, such as amputations, quadriplegia / paralysis, blindness, and similar very catastrophic injuries. Ms. Willis has won many awards during her career (she graduated second in her class). Since then, she has been selected as a National Trial Lawyers as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer; (2) been selected as a “10 Best” Client Satisfaction Award, from the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys; (3) been nominated as a “Ten Best Female Lawyers” in Florida, by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys; (4) been selected as one of the “10 Best Florida Lawyers,” by the American Institute of Legal Counsel (2015 & 2016); (5) been selected as a Number One Personal Injury, Car Accident & Wrongful Death Attorney By Orlando Style Magazine, based on client and other attorney ratings; (6) been selected as one of the “Three Best Rated” Orlando Accident Attorneys based on handpicked selection; (7) achieved a “superb” perfect “10.0” AVVO rating as an auto accident attorney; and (8) been named one of Orlando’s “Ten Best” personal injury attorneys by Thumbtack rating system. Former law professor & big firm defense attorney. She answers new client calls immediately if possible. You can call or text her 24/7 (see website for texting phone number). She will personally reply to all inquiries as soon as possible. If possible, she answers any new calls immediately. If she can accept your case, she will give detailed instructions regarding how you can get the most money possible. If not, she has developed a close network of attorneys who she believes are exceptional, and who handle cases in the same way she does. If she thinks they can help you, she will refer you to them, and she will stay involved in the case -- meaning you can still ask her questions anytime -- at no additional cost to you. Ms. Willis urges all injury & accident victims to understand that the value of their case very often is not determined immediately after the accident. The reason is that many injuries need time to heal -- and how well they heal has a lot to do with the final case value. However, many client actions during treatment impact case value a lot. Also, even in wrongful death cases, many actions taken by grieving relatives can significantly impact case value, if not handled properly. Ms. Willis also urges all of her clients not to speak with insurance adjusters before calling an attorney. Insurance adjusters want to pay the least amount of money possible -- and that includes your own auto insurance company. (But, warning, you must notify your insurance company in certain cases, which is why you need an attorney to make that initial contact for you.) The adjusters may call repeatedly. They will make you think that you are going to lose your claim if you do not talk to them immediately. That's just not true. Other than notifying your own insurance company, you have no obligation to speak to the at-fault driver's insurance company. On the subject of insurance adjusters. They sound concerned about your injuries.. Do not tell them anything (other than notifying your own insurance company). Many things you say about the accident, your injuries, or even your daily activities after the accident will be twisted and used against you. Also, Ms. Willis warns against hiring high volume settlement mill firms. You will know these because you will not speak to an attorney. Or, if you do, you will only be able to speak with them briefly. That's a huge warning sign. Ms. Willis often gets calls by people wanting to fire some attorneys with big billboards. Sometimes she can help those people, and sometimes she can't. So educate yourself before you hire that type of firm. Also, if you hire a small firm, make sure someone on the team actually files lawsuits. Some law firms never (ever) file lawsuits.