Cocoa Beach offers something for everyone, with beautiful beaches, state parks, eating and drinking establishments, and plenty of interesting retail shops. However, congested roadways, busy restaurants, crowded retail stores, and even staying in one of our beautiful hotels can carry a risk of injury. If you were injured in Cocoa Beach due to the carelessness or recklessness of another person, turn to the Cocoa Beach personal injury lawyers at Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, for help.
If someone else's negligence injured you in a Cocoa Beach accident, you have the legal right to request compensation for your injuries through the personal injury claims process. The team at Dolman Legal Group has spent many years assisting injured Florida accident victims navigate this often complex process.
Let an experienced personal injury attorney in our Cocoa Beach office explain the complicated personal injury claim and court process, answer your legal questions, and tell you about our services. Contact us today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
- Why Should I Hire Dolman Law Group to Handle My Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Case?
- Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Cocoa Beach
- Our Cocoa Beach Location
- Schedule A Free Consultation
- Cocoa Beach Accident Statistics
- Common Ways People Suffer Injury in Cocoa Beach
- Injury Claims Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Cocoa Beach Can Help Resolve
- Schedule A Free Consultation
- What Should I Do After an Accident in Cocoa Beach?
- How Do I Know If I Have a Valid Personal Injury Claim in Cocoa Beach?
- What Financial Losses Can a Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Attorney Recover for Your Injury Claim?
- How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Cocoa Beach?
- How Much Does a Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?
- How Long Will It Take to Settle My Cocoa Beach Injury Claim?
- If I'm Partially At Fault for My Injuries in Cocoa Beach, Can I Still Recover Damages?
- What Is the Personal Injury Claims Process in Cocoa Beach?
- Contact the Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Lawyers at Dolman Law Group Today
- What Our Clients Have to Say:
Why Should I Hire Dolman Law Group to Handle My Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Case?
No one expects or deserves to be injured in an accident caused by another person's negligence. Unfortunately, serious, injury-causing incidents are a daily occurrence in Cocoa Beach and the surrounding areas.
Accidents resulting in injury often leave victims with significant losses—both economic and non-economic. These losses can include medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, property damage, and a diminished quality of life. Florida law entitles victims of accidents caused by the negligence of others to request compensation for their losses. However, obtaining this compensation does not occur automatically. Victims often face tedious negotiations with an insurance company, or they must file a lawsuit to recover damages. This is where we can help.
The team at DolmanLaw Group brings more than 120 years of combined experience and a successful track record to help every client. We are dedicated to serving justice and giving a voice to the injured. Above all, we fight aggressively for all our clients. Though we cannot make any promises about the results you can expect, our case results prove the knowledge and care we bring to every case we accept.
Take a look at a few of our recent results:
- $5 million for a client burned in a car accident
- $3.85 million for a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a semi-truck accident
- $6.7 million for the survivors of a wrongful death case
Our award-winning trial attorneys have successfully argued complex injury cases in courtrooms across Florida. We have earned a reputation for zealous advocacy on behalf of our injured clients – both in settlement negotiations and jury trials.
Our firm has the resources to handle even the largest and most complex cases. Call 321-456-9379 today for your free case evaluation and learn how we can help.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle in Cocoa Beach
- Cocoa Beach Car Accident Lawyer
- Cocoa Beach Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
- Cocoa Beach Truck Accident Lawyer
- Cocoa Beach Property Damage Lawyer
Our Cocoa Beach Location
Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA, has a Cocoa Beach law office located at 1980 N Atlantic Ave, STE 218, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931. You can call us at (321) 456-9379 to schedule a free consultation.
Cocoa Beach Accident Statistics
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) publishes reports of traffic accidents that caused injuries or fatalities throughout the state. Cocoa Beach is located in Brevard County, and the FLHSMV reported the following accident information for the Cocoa Beach area in 2022:
- 9,277 total traffic accidents, resulting in 7,117 injuries and 92 fatalities.
- 274 total bicycle accidents, with 5 fatalities.
- 324 total motorcycle accidents were reported that resulted in 23 motorcycle accident fatalities.
- 253 pedestrian accidents occurred, with 27 fatalities.
Also, 2,205 hit and run accidents occurred in Brevard County, with 527 injuries and 5 fatalities.
Common Ways People Suffer Injury in Cocoa Beach
Cocoa Beach is a great place to relax. However, like any other place, the city is not perfect. Traffic is often heavy, particularly during the winter when the snowbirds arrive, spring break when the young people flood in, and any time there is a major event on the Space Coast, such as a launch at the Kennedy Space Center.
Unfortunately, the casual, laid-back attitude of local business owners that attracts visitors can also lead them to unmitigated property hazards. Cocoa Beach has a population of over 11, 000, and more than a third of Cocoa Beach's residents are over 65. Thus, they are at an age when declines in vision and strength can increase the risk of falls.
Here is a look at common injuries in Cocoa Beach often caused by another person's negligence.
Hundreds of people are injured annually in the Cocoa Beach area due to motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks, vans, commercial vehicles, rideshares, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians. The leading cause of traffic accidents in the county is distracted driving, which accounts for around 12 percent of all accidents. Alcohol impairment is also a common cause of crashes in the region, accounting for nearly 10 percent of wrecks.
One of the most dangerous roads in Cocoa Beach is SR A1A, which extends from the Cocoa Isles neighborhood up to North Atlantic Avenue going towards Cape Canaveral. Of course, you can get into a vehicle accident at other locations in the city, including:
- Herbert Humphrey Causeway
- W. King Street, particularly around College Park
- Rockledge Blvd around Cocoa Village
- S. Fiske Blvd
The Cocoa Beach area offers multiple boating opportunities, including pontoon boats, boats for the flats or bays, airboats, kayaks, canoes, and much more. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the most common cause of boating accidents in the state involves driver inattention and the failure to maintain a proper lookout for hazards in the water.
More than 800 boating accidents a year have been reported on Florida waterways, such as the Indian River. The leading cause of fatal accidents involving boat occupants drowning after falling overboard.
Child Sex Abuse
Several years ago, Florida lawmakers removed criminal and civil statutes of limitations on child sex abuse claims. This change means that individuals who experienced physical abuse and psychological injury before age 16 can seek compensation and criminal charges for the abuse, regardless of how many years or decades have passed since the abuse occurred.
Adults who were sexually abused as children often suffer multiple negative impacts from the abuse, such as:
- Sleeping difficulties
- Angry outbursts
- Anxiety or depression
- Difficulty maintaining relationships
- Drug and alcohol use
There are several medical facilities in or around Cocoa Beach where residents and visitors can seek treatment for injuries and illnesses, including Cape Canaveral Hospital. The healthcare providers at these facilities must protect their patients from being injured due to medical errors. A medical malpractice claim can compensate you for medical errors that injure you.
Some of the common types of medical errors that can give rise to a Cocoa Beach medical malpractice claim include:
- Diagnosis errors such as misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis.
- Birth injuries due to medical negligence, such as failing to diagnose a condition in the mother or infant or to perform a C-section when medically indicated.
- Surgical errors include anesthesia errors, wrong-site surgery, wrong-patient surgery, or the surgical team leaving an instrument, sponge, or other items in the patient after surgery.
- Injuries incurred due to premature discharge from the hospital, lack of follow-up care after a procedure, or failure to provide adequate home care instructions.
- Prescription errors include giving the patient the wrong medication or the wrong dose.
- Failing to obtain informed consent when a health care provider fails to inform the patient of known risks of a procedure that, if they had been aware, would likely have caused the patient to choose a different treatment option.
Several medical facilities serve the Cocoa Beach area, and you can suffer injuries from medical negligence at any of them, including:
- Rockledge Regional Medical Center
- West Point Medical Group
- Equilibrium Medical Services Inc
- VIPcare Cocoa
- Family First Medical Center
Nursing Home Abuse
There are dozens of nursing homes and assisted living facilities located along the Space Coast serving the elderly of Cocoa Beach.
Residents at facilities that are certified to accept Medicaid/Medicare residents are granted several rights as a result of nursing home reform laws, including:
- The right to be treated with dignity and respect.
- Freedom from the use of chemical and physical restraints.
- The ability to make their own decisions about when they go to bed, what they eat, or the physician who provides their medical care.
- The right to information about their medical conditions and to have a say in their treatment options.
- The right to have their representative informed if the facility injured them, they suffered a decline in physical health, or when the facility transfers them.
Many nursing home abuse and neglect claims occur due to understaffing issues at nursing and assisted living facilities that have plagued the nation in recent years. This results in reduced fall protection, increased bedsores among residents due to inadequate staff who can tend to incontinent or immobile patients, medication errors, poorly trained or underqualified staff, and more.
Nursing home and assisted living facilities that serve the Cocoa Beach area include:
- Community Home Services
- Palace Retirement Home
- Pineapple Garden Assisted Living
- Sunrise Point Health and Rehabilitation Center
Construction Accidents and Other Workplace Injuries
The construction industry accounts for around 20 percent of the injuries that occur in workplaces around Cocoa Beach and beyond.
Construction workers can face severe injury or death through:
- Transportation accidents
- Electrical issues
- Mechanical defects involving heavy equipment
Most construction accident and other workplace injury victims recover damages through Florida's worker's compensation program. Worker's compensation is a form of no-fault insurance that most private employers must provide for their employees. This coverage provides wage replacement and medical treatment for the worker, regardless of who was at fault for the injury. Some workplace injuries, however, can result in a personal injury claim, such as accidents in which a third party (someone who is not the worker's employer or coworker) is at fault for causing the accident.
Premises Liability Injuries
Premises liability is an area of the law that relates to the responsibility of residential, commercial, and public property owners or managers who must keep the property free of hazards that could injure guests.
Some of the types of accidents that are considered premises liability claims include:
- Slip and fall accidents. These occur when a visitor slips or trips over a property hazard and falls. This is the most common type of premises liability claim. Hazards at the heart of these claims include wet or slippery floors; worn or torn flooring material; defective staircases and poor lighting in stairwells; cracked pavement or potholes in parking lots; and missing handrails.
- Swimming pool accidents. Dangerous situations can include drownings because of the property owner or manager's failure to properly enclose the pool to protect child trespassers; failure to provide a lifeguard; failure to maintain the pool's electrical and filtering systems, and slip and fall accidents occurring in proximity to the pool.
- Injuries caused in fires caused by the property owner or manager's failure to properly maintain the property, aged electrical systems, or the failure to provide smoke detectors and fire extinguishers on the premises.
- Injuries resulting from defective elevators or escalators.
- Negligent security, which refers to the property owner or manager's responsibility to protect guests from becoming injured as a result of known criminal activity by taking actions such as providing security personnel for buildings and parking lots, the use of surveillance cameras, and locking windows, doors, and alarm systems in hotels and apartment units.
- Dog bites are usually covered by the dog owner's homeowner's or renter's liability policy. Florida enacted strict liability for dog bites, so the dog's owner is responsible for compensating those injured by the dog, even if the owner had no reason to believe their dog was capable of aggressive behavior.
Cocoa Beach has many public establishments and other places where you can get hurt because of someone else's negligence, including:
- Fiske Grocery
- Byrd Plaza
- Sam's Club
- Provost Park
- Cocoa Riverfront Park
Each day, people in Florida use hundreds of different types of products, including medications, foods, cosmetics, appliances, vehicles, and more. Product liability is an area of the law that pertains to manufacturers' responsibility to ensure that their products are reasonably safe for consumers when used according to label instructions.
Three product defects can result in a Cocoa Beach product liability claim.
- Design defects involve errors in the product's engineering that occur before the product is produced and affects all products that feature the defective design.
- Manufacturing defects occur due to an error in the manufacturing process. They may cause issues such as products that are not as strong as intended or that contain a hazard, such as chemicals or broken glass that were inadvertently introduced into the product during manufacturing. This defect is usually limited to one production run, not the entire product line.
- Labeling defects involve the information the manufacturer includes on the product's packaging label. Examples of the type of labeling defects that can result in a product liability claim include the failure of a manufacturer to list the known risks of using the product or the failure to include adequate instructions for the safe use of the product.
Many types of product liability issues impact hundreds or even thousands of people. These cases often feature mass litigation, in which the victims of many factually similar cases combine to ease the burden on the courts of dealing with each claim individually.
Injury Claims Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Cocoa Beach Can Help Resolve
Other catastrophic injuries include:
Practically any injury someone can experience can be caused by someone else's negligence. Personal injury claims often involve catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries, which produce a high likelihood of permanent disabilities simply due to the part of the body where they occurred. The brain and spinal cord have limited ability to heal from injuries and frequently result in disabilities that will impair the sufferer's future earning capacity.
- Traumatic limb amputations.
- Severe damage to the vertebrae or discs and instability in the spine.
- The loss of hearing or sight.
Other injuries in a personal injury claim may include:
- Broken bones
- Soft tissue injuries
- Internal injuries
- Cuts, abrasions, and punctures
Many people hesitate to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney about the process of obtaining compensation for their injuries because they fear the injuries are not serious enough to file a claim. If an injury is serious enough to result in wage loss or require medical treatment, it is serious enough to file a personal injury claim. The experienced Cocoa Beach personal injury lawyers from Dolman Law Group can assist you with any claim, regardless of the injury sustained.
What Should I Do After an Accident in Cocoa Beach?
If you're involved in an accident in Cocoa Beach, taking the right steps immediately afterward is crucial to ensure your safety, protect your legal rights, and potentially seek compensation for any injuries or damages. Here's what you should do:
- Check for Injuries: First and foremost, check yourself and others involved in the accident for injuries. If anyone is seriously injured, call 911 for emergency medical assistance.
- Move to Safety: If possible and safe to do so, move vehicles out of the traffic flow to prevent further accidents and ensure the safety of everyone involved.
- Call the Police and Report the Accident: Regardless of the severity of the accident, call the police to the scene. This will help ensure that an official report is filed, which can be important for insurance claims and legal proceedings. Also, Florida law requires you to report accidents that involve injury or property damage above $500.
- Exchange Information: Exchange contact and insurance information with the other parties involved in the accident. This includes names, phone numbers, addresses, insurance policy numbers, and vehicle information.
- Document the Scene: If safe, take photos of the accident scene, including vehicle damage, road conditions, any road signs or signals, and any visible injuries. These photos can serve as valuable evidence later.
- Gather Witness Information: If there are witnesses to the accident, collect their names and contact information. Their statements might be useful if there are disputes about the circumstances of the accident.
- Seek Medical Attention: Even if you don't believe you're seriously injured, it's important to seek medical attention. Some injuries might not be immediately apparent, and a medical evaluation can help identify and document any injuries.
- Notify Your Insurance Company: Report the accident to your insurance company as soon as possible. Provide them with accurate information about the accident.
- Avoid Making Statements: Be cautious about making statements about the accident, especially to the other party's insurance company, without consulting an attorney first.
- Preserve Evidence: Keep all documents related to the accident, such as medical records, bills, repair estimates, and any communication with insurance companies.
- Consult an Attorney: If you've suffered injuries or significant property damage, consider consulting a personal injury attorney. An attorney can provide legal advice, help you understand your rights, and guide you through the process of seeking compensation if necessary.
Remember that every accident is unique, so the specific steps you need to take may vary. Prioritize your safety, seek medical attention, and seek legal guidance to ensure you're taking the appropriate actions after the accident. Contact the legal team at Dolman Law Group as soon as possible.
How Do I Know If I Have a Valid Personal Injury Claim in Cocoa Beach?
Following an accident where you suffered injuries, you likely have many questions about your options for obtaining compensation from the at-fault parties. Contact an experienced Cocoa Beach accident attorney as soon as you can after receiving treatment for your injuries. A lawyer can evaluate your claim at no cost and determine whether you qualify to seek compensation.
In virtually all personal injury claims, you must show that you suffered injuries and received treatment--and you must be able to prove the other party caused your injuries through negligence or wrongful actions. This is often easier said than done, which is why you need an attorney for help.
A lawyer will examine your case and, through evidence, try to demonstrate:
- The other party owed you a duty of care. For instance, all drivers have an inherent duty to act safely and responsibly on the road to prevent harm to others.
- The other party breached that duty through their negligence or wrongdoing.
- That breached caused your injuries.
- You experienced compensable damages as a result.
The attorneys at Dolman Law Group have extensive experience helping our clients obtain their rightful compensation by successfully proving negligence and establishing liability on the appropriate parties. We will review your claim at no cost and advise you of your options.
What Financial Losses Can a Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Attorney Recover for Your Injury Claim?
After an injury, you may suffer various financial losses, also known as legal damages. Some of these damages are tangible economic or out-of-pocket costs, such as medical bills, lost wages, and personal property repair expenses. Other legal damages are considered non-economic and more difficult to put a dollar value on because they don't come with a written bill or statement. Non-economic damages can include pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, mental and emotional concerns such as PTSD, and other very real losses that need to be included in your personal injury claim or lawsuit. In certain cases, courts also award punitive damages to punish the wrongdoer and send a message to others not to engage in that sort of behavior.
We have a lot of clients ask us, "What is my claim worth?"
So many factors determine the types and amounts of compensation you can receive, it's impossible to predict how much you can recover. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your unique injury situation, a skilled accident injury attorney can determine which damages you may request and the monetary value you should demand. Injury victims who try to resolve their claims without legal assistance might not realize all of the losses they can recover. Don't leave money on the table. Work with a dedicated injury lawyer to ensure you receive the maximum compensation allowed by law.
How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Cocoa Beach?
Since March of 2023, Florida now gives injured victims only two years from the date of their injury to file a lawsuit in civil court. If you do not have an attorney file your lawsuit within that time, the court will likely dismiss your case, and you will have no other legal recourse to obtain compensation.
Certain factors can extend the time you have to file, such as cases involving minors or if the at-fault party cannot be found. Conversely, other claims may have much shorter timeframes for submitting a claim, such as a claim against a city, county, or state government.
Therefore, it's important you contact Cocoa Beach personal injury attorney as soon as you can for a free case evaluation. If you have a valid claim, your attorney will need to gather a lot of evidence to support your claim and submit documentation and paperwork within any mandated deadlines. You have no time to waste getting started on your Cocoa Beach injury claim, so contact the Dolman Law Group today.
How Much Does a Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?
Like many accident victims, you are probably concerned about how much it will cost to hire a Cocoa Beach personal injury lawyer to handle your claim. This is understandable since you have incurred exorbitant medical expenses and have likely had to take time off of work to recover.
At Dolman Law Group, our lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay nothing unless we recover compensation for you. You can retain an attorney to represent you without having to pay any money up-front or get regular bills for hourly fees. Instead, we will handle your case from beginning to end and collect our fee as a percentage of your settlement or court award after your case is resolved. You won't have any out-of-pocket expenses to pay if you choose us to handle your claim, so you don't have to worry about the cost.
How Long Will It Take to Settle My Cocoa Beach Injury Claim?
The time it takes to settle your personal injury claim in Cocoa Beach depends on various factors. Each case is unique, and while some cases might be resolved relatively quickly, others may take longer due to the complexities and legal processes involved. Here are some key factors that can influence the timeline of your injury claim settlement:
- Severity of Injuries: The extent and severity of your injuries can impact the timeline. Cases involving more serious injuries often require longer periods of medical treatment and rehabilitation, which can extend the overall process.
- Medical Treatment: The duration of your medical treatment and recovery is a significant factor. It's important to wait until you've reached maximum medical improvement (MMI) before settling to accurately assess long-term medical needs and damages.
- Liability: If liability (fault) is clear and uncontested, it may expedite the process. However, if there are disputes about fault, negotiations can be prolonged.
- Insurance Company: The responsiveness and willingness of the insurance company to negotiate and settle can impact the timeline. Some insurance companies may be more cooperative and efficient than others.
- Negotiations: The complexity of negotiations, the need for evidence gathering, and the willingness of both parties to reach an agreement can influence how long it takes to settle.
- Litigation: If negotiations fail, filing a lawsuit and going through the litigation process can extend the timeline significantly. Litigation involves court procedures, discovery, and potentially a trial.
- Court Availability: If your case goes to trial, the availability of the court and the judge can affect how long it takes for your case to be heard.
- Number of Parties: If multiple parties are involved, such as in multi-vehicle accidents, the process might become more complex and take longer.
- Attorney Involvement: Having an experienced personal injury attorney can help streamline the process, as they can navigate negotiations, legal procedures, and paperwork efficiently.
- Your Goals: Your willingness to accept a fair settlement versus holding out for a larger one can influence how quickly the claim is settled.
Keep in mind that providing an exact timeframe is challenging due to these variables. Some claims might be resolved in a matter of months, while others can take a year or more. Consulting with a Cocoa Beach personal injury attorney who is familiar with local legal processes can give you a better estimate based on your unique circumstances. It's important to prioritize obtaining a fair and comprehensive settlement for your injuries and damages rather than rushing through the process.
If I'm Partially At Fault for My Injuries in Cocoa Beach, Can I Still Recover Damages?
Florida amended its tort policy to follow a modified comparative fault rule in March 2023. This is the rule Florida civil courts use when determining the amount of damages injured parties may receive from a personal injury claim. According to Florida statutes, you may not recover compensation if the court finds you more than 50% responsible for causing your injuries, and it will reduce the amount of damages you receive based on your percentage of fault below 50%.
Consider this example: The court finds the defendant was 85% at fault but determines you 15% at fault because the defense successfully showed you were on your phone at the time. In that case, you may only receive 85% of the total damages.
The Cocoa Beach accident injury lawyers at the Dolman Law Group will investigate the events that caused your injuries thoroughly and work to establish 100% liability on the at-fault party if possible. At all turns, you can trust us to advocate on your behalf and fight to help you recover the maximum amount of compensation possible.
What Is the Personal Injury Claims Process in Cocoa Beach?
The personal injury claims process in Cocoa Beach follows a series of steps that individuals pursue to seek compensation for injuries and damages caused by someone else's negligence or wrongful actions.
After you have gotten treatment for your injuries and reported the accident to the police and the insurance companies, you need to contact a Cocoa Beach personal injury attorney to help you determine whether you have a valid claim.
File an Insurance Claim
Once all that is done, and you and your lawyer move forward with your claim, the next step typically involves your attorney filing a claim with the at-fault party's insurance. Since Florida is a no-fault state for auto insurance, you must also file a claim with your own insurance company, and your attorney can help you with that as well.
After receiving your claim, the insurance company will schedule an insurance adjuster to investigate the accident. Your attorney will also investigate and collect the evidence and documentation needed to support your claim or lawsuit. This can include gathering eyewitness statements, police reports, accident reconstruction reports, and other evidence.
Your attorney will also calculate the compensation you need to cover your injuries and losses and submit that information to the insurance company. Most insurance companies respond with a lower settlement offer that does not cover the full extent of your damages. If that happens, your attorney will negotiate to try and obtain a higher settlement.
If negotiations fail, your attorney may advise filing a lawsuit. This involves drafting and filing a formal complaint in court. Your attorney will then go through the process of discovery with the opposing counsel. This is where both parties exchange information and evidence, including depositions, document requests, and interrogatories.
Many civil courts require parties in civil lawsuits to engage in pre-trial mediation to try and resolve the dispute before heading to trial. This is where a neutral third party tries to get both sides to settle the case and move on. Also, parties may continue to negotiate a fair settlement on their own even after the trial has started.
Trial and Verdict
If your attorney can reach no favorable resolution through negotiations or mediation, the case will proceed to trial. Your attorney will use evidence and testimony to present a compelling case to the judge or jury, and the other side will try to refute your claim. The judge or jury will then deliberate to reach a verdict.
If the court sides with you, it will award you damages based on applicable laws and its own determination of events. Either party can appeal the decision if they believe there were legal errors during the trial.
Keep in mind that the personal injury claims process can be complex and time-consuming. The timeline varies based on factors like the severity of injuries, insurance company cooperation, legal procedures, and more. An experienced Cocoa Beach personal injury attorney from Dolman Law Group can guide you through the process, protect your rights, and work to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Contact the Cocoa Beach Personal Injury Lawyers at Dolman Law Group Today
For more information about the personal injury claims process or for answers to the questions you have about your specific claim, let our experienced Cocoa Beach personal injury lawyers provide you with a free consultation and case evaluation. With offices in Cocoa Beach and across both Florida coasts, you can easily reach Dolman Law Group. Call our Cocoa Beach office at 321-456-9379 or write to us using our online contact page.
Cocoa Beach Office
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Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
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Cocoa Beach Emergency Rooms
If you suffered serious injuries in Cocoa Beach, make sure to visit one of the following emergency rooms or urgent care centers for treatment:
- Health First's Cape Canaveral Hospital's Emergency Room: 701 W Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
- Cocoa Beach MedFast Urgent Care | Walk In Clinic | Emergency Quick Care: 275 W Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
*Disclaimer – Dolman Law Group does not endorse or profit from these companies from having them listed on our website.
Cocoa Beach Courthouses
- Brevard County Clerk of Courts: 2575 N Courtenay Pkwy #129, Merritt Island, FL 32953
- US Government Federal Courthouse: 32 Orange St, Cocoa, FL 32922