The Emanuel Firm, P.A.

Law Firm, Attorneys, and Lawyers serving Lake Nona Region, Orlando, FL
Opening at 9:00 AM on Monday
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a year ago
After searching for a personal injury attorney near the Lake Nona area, I came across Charles from The Emanuel Firm. After reviewing the case, we learned more about the options we have available to my family. I would highly recommend Charles and his law team to those needing representation with injuries.
- Noel A
7 years ago
Charles Emanuel is a caring and compassionate personal injury lawyer. He cares for his clients and fights for what is right!
- Carrie P
a week ago
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We are Lake Nona Region's top law firm

More about The Emanuel Firm, P.A. in the Lake Nona Region, Orlando, Florida.

We at The Emanuel Firm P.A. - Lake Nona Region assist clients with the most difficult situations in life. We are dedicated to determining responsibility and compensation for your suffering, whether you or a loved one has suffered injuries or death due to someone else's negligence, medical malpractice, business litigation, or auto accidents. 

Our law firm has offices in Lake Nona, FL, where there are several Nona-based lawyers and attorneys for legal counsel. 

We take pleasure in informing every client with consistent, in-person meetings, and we think no question is too little or unimportant. 

We have over 40 years of combined experience in areas of personal injury and wrongful death, medical malpractice, business disputes, and family law. Contact for a case review today!

The top lawyers and attorneys at The Emanuel Firm, P.A., are now servicing multiple cities in Central Florida! 

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👉 FAQ About Business Litigation Lawyer

Is a litigator same as a lawyer?

Lawyers provide a variety of services to people in need, including helping clients with their legal needs and representing them before the courts. One type is known as the litigator these lawyers focus on being able to argue cases successfully by using strong reasoning which can result from classroom training or experience gained while working at large firms where there may be more than one thousand other attorneys under him/herself dealing directly with any given client situation.

What Means a litigation lawyer?

Whether you are the plaintiff or defendant, an experienced litigation attorney can provide vital support in civil cases.The job of a business litigator lawyer is to make sure that their clients’ interests both before and after court proceedings have begun are protected at all times – from day one when it comes time for filing paperwork until finally winning victory over another person by finding justice on behalf our client!

Can you be a lawyer and not a litigator?

Lawyers are often identified by what they do – a litigator will specialize in courtrooms, while another may have an interest beyond simply litigation.A ‘lawyer’ is defined as someone who has been trained to argue either side of the case and can represent clients at trial or other legal proceedings such as mediation; however, there’s more than one type within this profession! For instance, a business litigation lawyer can focus their work solely on client counseling over long periods instead of practicing exclusively through oral arguments before judges.

What do litigators do?

Known also as litigators, litigation attorneys and solicitors are responsible for representing claimants or defendants before a court hearing. They work closely with their clients during the whole process from start to finish so that everyone has an excellent chance of winning his case!

What does a commercial litigator do?

In simple terms, commercial litigation is the branch of law that deals with disputes and legal issues arising within a business context. It’s an area where lawyers have to be very knowledgeable because they’re working on cases all day long sometimes even when their own company might get involved!

👉 FAQ About Personal Injury Attorney

What percentage do most personal injury lawyers take?

Personal injury cases are often settled for a percentage of the award, which can be anywhere from 33-55%. The amount varies depending on what type and severity of your injuries were in comparison with others who have had similar experiences.

What is the difference between personal injury and bodily injury?

Bodily injury is one of the most common legal terms that you will come across in your lifetime, whether on a criminal court case or as part of civil proceedings. The term can refer to any hurt someone has sustained at somebody else's hands and includes things like physical assault charges if they are sufficiently serious enough for this definition - but it also applies even when there was no violent attack rather just pure negligence causing damages!

How are personal injury settlements paid?

The lump sum payment option is often tax free, but if you earn money on investments made with settlement funds there can be taxes related to that income. The multiple scheduled payments may lead to more financial relief in the long run without any significant out-of pocket costs for individuals who need help right away whereas some people prefer having their entire award immediately available as soon they are injured so it doesn't matter how much earnings come along later down line since those extra amounts will simply just go towards reducing what was already paid upfront by making interestfree loans from ourselves!

Who pays costs in personal injury claims?

The general rule in personal injury claims is that the losing party pays all of his/her opponent's legal fees and costs.

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6900 Tavistock Lakes Boulevard Ste 400
Orlando, FL 32827

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Mon:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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