Seminole County, FL Personal Injury Lawyer
Accident attorney serving Seminole County - car crashes, boating accidents and more
Hundreds of thousands of people live and work in Seminole County, Florida. Located north of Orlando and nicknamed Florida's "Natural Oasis," the county's countless rivers, scenic trails, natural springs and other attractions lure numerous people visiting the area for a weekend or moving here permanently to raise a family.
Unfortunately, serious accidents also happen in this rapidly-growing county in Central Florida. Whether you've been injured or a loved one was killed in a car crash on Route 417 near Lake Jesup, a slip and fall accident at an Oviedo restaurant or a swimming pool accident in Altamonte Springs, you deserve serious legal representation from an experienced attorney. You deserve the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller.
- About Car Accidents in Seminole County
- Seminole County Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents in Seminole County
Located in Longwood, our office can be reached online, on the phone or in person. Contact us today and schedule a free case consultation. We're eager to meet with you and answer your questions about your accident.
1920 Boothe Circle
Longwood, FL 32750-6700
Why do accidents happen in Seminole County?
The Law Offices of Scott Miller understands that a serious accident can happen in a number of different ways. The most common types of personal injury claims we handle include car, truck and motorcycle accidents. Along with premises liability ("slip and fall") accidents and dog bite cases, our firm is prepared to handle the following types of cases:
- Swimming pool accidents
- Boating accidents
- Amusement park accidents
- Negligent security accidents
- Parking lot accidents
- Nursing home accidents
- Airport accidents
Whether commuting to work in Sanford, headed south on Interstate 4 or Route 417 or driving along Route 434 between Winter Springs and Oviedo, car accidents in Seminole County can happen when you least expect. Even worse, these accidents often occur through no fault of your own - you may be rear-ended by a distracted driver at an intersection or even hit head-on by a driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
No matter the cause of your accident, rely on the Law Offices of Scott M. Miller to make things right. We have the experience and resources necessary to uncover the true cause of your accident. We pore over accident reports and medical records. We collect evidence and interview witnesses. If you didn't cause your accident, we don't think you should have to pay for somebody else's reckless mistake.
Trucks are a common sight on roads and highways across Seminole County. But while most drivers wouldn't think twice about sharing the roads with these large vehicles, accidents involving tractor-trailers and 18-wheelers can - and do - happen on Central Florida roads and highways each year. Whether you've been involved in a truck crash on I-4 in Altamonte Springs or injured by a delivery driver on County Road 419, accidents involving large trucks are often much more severe than other accidents.
What causes truck accidents in Florida? Unfortunately, while commercial vehicle operators and companies are held to a higher standard than other drivers, trucker and trucking company negligence cause many of the state's most serious accidents. Perhaps a driver was fatigued or a truck company falsified the driver's hours to hide illegal activity. A trucker may have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs. A trucking company may have even neglected to properly maintain a vehicle.
The Law Offices of Scott M. Miller is ready to help. We're ready to uncover the true cause of your accident, hold negligent truckers and trucking companies accountable and fight for the compensation you deserve.
Motorcycles have long been popular in Seminole County. With so many miles of scenic roads around Lake Jesup and Lake Monroe - coupled with access to major roads and highways to Orlando and the Florida coastline - motorcyclists often cruise the roads around Seminole County. And when they do, being involved in a serious crash may be the last thing on their minds.
Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents sometimes happen to even the safest riders through no fault of their own. A distracted driver may fail to yield at a traffic signal. A drunk driver may erratically shift lanes on the highway. Whatever the reason, contact us. We're ready to get to fight for the compensation you need - and deserve - to get your life back on track.