Immigrant Personal Injury Attorneys in Orlando
Defending the Rights of Immigrants – Call (407) 269-8774!
Florida has a vast population of undocumented residents who come from countries all around the world. At The Sekou Clarke Law Group, our team of legal professionals have successfully represented immigrants who are pursing compensation for their personal injuries. We understand that the current political climate has made it difficult for immigrants when it comes to handling legal matters, which is why we are here to guide you through the entire process and ensure that your rights and interests are fully protected.
If you are undocumented and have suffered a serious personal injury, you should immediately get in touch with our law firm to discuss the details of your case. Call (407) 269-8774 or contact us online to schedule your consultation.
Can I File a Personal Injury Claim If I’m an Immigrant?
Regardless of whether you are a U.S. citizen or an undocumented immigrant, you have the right to recover financial compensation for a personal injury that you have sustained. For example, if you are undocumented and were involved in a car accident that resulted in serious injuries, you can still file a personal injury claim against the negligent party.
You can recover compensation for the following types of damages in a personal injury case:
- Medical Bills
- Future Medical Expenses
- Lost Wages
- Lost Earning Capacity
- Pain & Suffering
We serve clients who come from all around the world, including countries like:
- African Countries
- Central or South America Countries
- Latin American Countries
- European Countries
- Asian Countries
- Middle Eastern Countries
Do You Have a Case?
Immigrant personal injury lawyers in Orlando are often asked, “can undocumented immigrants sue for personal injury?” The answer is yes. You cannot be deported if you file a lawsuit or report an accident. Furthermore, you cannot be deported for seeking medical treatment after your accident.
Car Accident Injuries
Even if you’re undocumented, you should follow the same steps and procedures following an accident as any other driver. Fleeing the scene of an accident will make matters much worse for you and could result in hit-and-run charges that ultimately end in arrest and deportation.
If you have been in an accident, you should:
- Pull your car off to the side of the road.
- Check on the other driver and trade contact and insurance information.
- If the police arrive, give them your real name and all of your contact information. You do not have to disclose your immigration status to the police officer. Remember not to say anything that might admit fault to the accident but be cooperative with the officer.
- Seek medical attention as soon as possible. Denying medical treatment or acting as if your injuries aren’t severe will make getting compensation that much harder.
In car accidents where the other driver was at fault either because they were drunk, reckless, distracted, or otherwise negligent, you may be able to file a civil personal injury lawsuit to recover damages for injuries. Because immigrant injury law can be complex, many immigrants choose to work with a personal injury attorney who has worked with immigrants in the past.
If you’re in need of an immigrant personal injury lawyer near Orlando, contact our firm today. We can assist you through your claim process and ensure your immigrant injury rights are protected under the law.
Find Out What Our Law Firm Can Do for You
When you choose The Sekou Clarke Law Group to handle your personal injury case, we will use our full resources to make sure you don’t get harassed, arrested, or deported for asserting your legal rights. Our law firm prides itself on our devotion to “going the extra mile” for each and every one of our clients, and we are prepared to aggressively pursue the outcome you deserve. Let us put our skills to work for you today.
“I am comfortable where I am because of his professional guidance.”- Stephen M.
“Mr. Clarke will drop anything to help a client in distress, and that's why I have him in my speed dial”- Wanjiku N.
“A few weeks later I was released and now I'm adjusting my status to become a Permanent resident.”- Desmond J.
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