Miami, Florida Personal Injury Lawyers
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Law Firm OverviewPanter, Panter and Sampedro P.A. is a law practice dedicated to personal injury cases. The Miami-based firm has a track record in obtaining compensation for clients. For 20 years, the law firm has protected Florida families who are victims of accidents.
Lawyers at the firm are highly knowledgeable and skilled in negotiating or in federal and state courts. They also provide excellent representation during the appeals process. The legal team works hard to get compensation for injuries and level the playing field against insurance companies.
Attorneys from Panter, Panter and Sampedro P.A. have experience in investigating injury cases that often leads to successful outcomes. The firm has built relationships with investigators, medical personnel and technical people. These relationships allow attorneys to gather evidence and learn of the impact of injuries, which helps clients get the compensation they deserve.
Languages: Spanish, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Airplane Litigation; Amusement Park Accidents; ATV Accidents; Governmental Liability Claims; Personal Injury Protection Benefits; PIP Insurance Coverage Claims; RV or Motor Home Accidents; Roller Coaster Accidents; Swimming Pool Accidents and Drownings; Watercraft Accidents; Negligent Security; Negligent Security - Criminal Assaults; Premises Liability - Disrepair; School Accidents and Injuries; Warehouse Accidents; Dog Bites; Personal Injury Claims; Jet-Ski Accidents; Paralysis; Quadriplegia; Complex Fractures; Amputation Injuries; Misdiagnosis; Defective Medical Devices/Products; Emergency Room Errors; Nursing Home Neglect; Pharmacy Errors; Uninsured Motorist Coverage; DUI/Drunk Driving Accident Victims; Florida Highway Accidents; Crane Accidents; Electrical Injuries; Scaffold Accidents; Wage and Hour Disputes; Overtime Disputes; Unemployment Compensation Claims; Family Leave Claims; OSHA Violations.
Areas of Law Description
Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A. offers legal representation and services in the following areas of practice:
- Personal Injury
If you have suffered a serious injury, Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A. can help you with your personal injury settlement. Over the last 20 years, our south Florida accident injury law firm has handled practically every form of personal injury case there is.
- Maritime Law
At Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A., we are committed to getting full compensation for people injured in maritime accidents, including cruise line workers, dock workers, commercial fishermen, passengers and anyone who was injured in or around the water.
- Employment Law
If you are involved in an employment law dispute or believe your employer is violating your rights, you need to speak to an experienced and aggressive employment attorney as soon as possible. At Panter, Panter & Sampedro, P.A., our employee rights lawyers believe in protecting Florida workers and ensuring that they are treated fairly in the workplace.
Mr. Mitchell J. Panter
Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Product Liability, Wrongful Death
- Dade County Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- South Miami Kendall Bar Association
- Nationwide Million Dollar Advocates Forum
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