Finding a Pro Bono Lawyer in South Florida
When you find yourself in circumstances that require the knowledge of an attorney, you can’t always afford to pay for the services you need. Because our constitution guarantees justice for all, access to capable legal services is an important right.
In Florida, legal aid organizations operate in many counties under federal, state and local government sponsorship, along with other sources, such as the Florida Bar and local bar associations. Many attorneys also donate their time and expertise to help those unable to retain legal services for themselves. Services provided free of charge are called pro bono work.
It is important to note that legal aid lawyers only take on civil cases, such as those involving divorce and other family issues, housing problems, civil rights, consumer issues and the like. They do not handle situations where individuals have been injured and are seeking a settlement.
At Freeman Injury Law, our attorneys will work with you on any type of personal injury and wrongful death action. Our practice is dedicated to helping protect the rights of individuals who’ve suffered injuries because of accidents, abuse, medical malpractice, product or equipment defects and much more.
There is no cost or fee without recovery – meaning unless we are successful in recovering money on your behalf, you won’t pay us a dime. This is different than Pro Bono, which typically means the service is free or greatly reduced. But having access to high-quality legal representation means those who have been injured can seek the free legal advice they need to protect the future well-being of themselves and their families.
When you’ve been injured or there’s been a wrongful death, the attorneys of Freeman Injury Law will meet with you free of charge to discuss your case. Our firm only collects a fee if we recover money for you through our action on your behalf. The personal injury and wrongful death lawyers at Freeman Injury Law are committed to representing those who need help winning the compensation they deserve for their pain and suffering caused by the abuse or negligence of another.