Here in Saint Lucie County our courts are located in Fort Pierce where John Kevin Griffin lives and practices law. Experience does matter and with 22 years of
accident and workers compensation law experience negotiating accident settlements, filing law suits, and conducting jury trials against insurance companies, large
corporations, negligent drivers, and boat operators, you should make him your lawyer today. All you have to do is call or email. This is how
you can afford it because John Kevin Griffin only takes on accident claims with a contingency fee contract meaning he doesn't get paid unless we win or settle the case.
You are part of we because this is a team effort! He doesn't get reimbursed
the money he advances for litigation costs unless "we" win. "If you are hurt from any kind of accident or someone in your family is hurt or killed,
please call me. I promise to personally handle your case to obtain the money damages you deserve."
John Kevin Griffin updated 3/10/2013.
All injury cases and maritime Jones Act cases are taken on a contingent fee basis so you can afford your lawyer. John Kevin Griffin's fee is a fixed percentage of
the settlement amount or the judgment "we" win. Your litigation expenses are advanced and these expenses are repaid by you from the settlement or judgment "we" win.
If "we" don't settle or win a judgment you owe nothing. This is how you can afford a lawyer. Don't wait call me today or tonight.
WARNING Facebook or Twitter Entries May Hurt Your Case
What you put up on facebook and tweet on twitter may come back to hurt you in court. For example, an innoncent driver hit and injured by a negligent driver. The negligent driver
is clearly 100% at fault. Wait the innocent driver has a facebook and twitter account and continues to comment and post his status after the accident and puts up
personal photographs. Innocently some of his postings and photographs show him in social settings having a good time. The insurance lawyers get a hold of his facebook
and twitter account postings and photographs and argue out of context that he is not really injured or worse that he is faking and that the facebook pics show he really
isn't hurt because he appears to be having so much fun. Most jurors want to help people who are worthy. Even if you are worthy the implication of the facebook
photographs put in evidence by the insurance company is that you are not worthy. Consequently a jury may return a verdict finding this innocent driver at fault and not
give the amount of money they would have given had this innocent driver not posted these things to his facebook or twitter accounts after the accident. We know
facebook and twitter are irresistable but at least be aware and tone down your comments and avoid posting photographs that can be shown to your jury.
"Remember jurors in a jury trial want to do the right thing and it is my job to give them the evidence they need to award you the money damages you deserve."