YOU DESERVE MORE.
We are on a mission to get the most compensation possible for your case.
Deerfield Beach Personal Injury Lawyer
Waring Law is a personal injury law firm located in Deerfield Beach, Florida. Our law firm provides legal representation to people injured in accidents.
Not everyone has thousands of dollars to pay a lawyer to handle their case. That’s why we work on contingency. That means we only get paid when we recover money for our clients. The more money you recover, the more money we earn. This allows us to work with our clients to maximize the value of their injury cases.
We built Waring Law to provide more information to clients in real time. That means more updates, more communication, and more access to the lead attorney. We do it because clients deserve more.
Meet the Attorney
Matthew Waring is the founder and lead attorney at Waring Law. He is an ex-defense attorney who represented the major insurance companies. Matthew brings that insider perspective to his personal injury cases. Matthew is also a graduate of the highest ranked law school in Florida – the University of Florida. He has recovered millions of dollars for injury victims in Florida.
Waring Law has won millions of dollars for injury victims throughout Florida.
Prior results do not guarantee future outcomes. Each case is different and the value depends on the unique facts of each case. Speak with us to get a better estimate regarding your case’s potential value.
Accident? Ask Yourself These Questions.
Someone else’s bad decision can throw you off course. Now, instead of paying off student loan debt, you have to pay medical bills. Instead of celebrating the freedom of retirement, you need a cane. While you should be breaking a glass ceiling, you sit in a fabric chair in a doctors’ office.
Even if you were injured in an accident, there might not be insurance coverage available. For example, if you were injured in a car accident but the person that hit you didn’t have insurance and you didn’t have the add-on uninsured motorist coverage on your policy at the time of the accident, there may not be any insurance coverage available to you. Many people are shocked to find out that their “full-coverage” auto insurance doesn’t include UM/UIM benefits. Even if the person that caused the accident had insurance, they might not have any bodily injury coverage. As of 2021, Florida does not require drivers to have any bodily injury coverage. One of the first things we do on a new case is verify the coverages available to our injury clients.
Since insurance companies are focused on saving money while also settling claims for their policyholders, they make offers based on the perceived risk of an excess verdict. Essentially, an insurance company wants to offer you just enough money to make you decide not to hire a lawyer and sue their policyholder. However, the bigger the policy, the bolder the insurance company is when they evaluate your case. For example, if there is only $10,000.00 in insurance coverage available to you after an accident, the insurance company would probably pay you that money quickly if the injury was very severe because the risk of you suing their policyholder and getting a large jury verdict against them is high. However, if you sustained soft-tissue injuries and there is $100,000.00 in insurance coverage, then the insurance company won’t feel a lot of pressure to settle your claim. Not only do we verify the available coverages for our clients early, we also tell our clients the limits right away.
Even if you were injured by a driver who had no insurance and you don’t have any uninsured motorist coverage on your policy, there may be other sources of insurance coverage such as through an employer or agency such as when you are involved in an Uber accident, Lyft accident, Doordash, Postmates, an accident while driving for Roadie, or even a rental car agency. If you were injured in an accident, you will want to turn over every stone to identify all of the insurance coverage available to you. Our deep screening process ensures that no potential coverages go undiscovered.
Before an insurance company will pay to settle your case, they will require extensive proof of your injuries including the medical treatment you required, the past and future medical expenses, wage loss, and loss of future earnings. Moreover, you will have to prove to the insurance company that your injuries were in fact caused by the accident. Finally, you will also need to prove the amount that you are entitled to in damages. The insurance company won’t simply take your word for it. Insurance companies have shareholders and they are required to make a profit. They only make a profit when they take in more money than they pay out. So the insurance companies have an incentive to discredit your claims. That’s why we shoulder the burden of proving the severity of the injuries and the amount of damages so that our clients don’t have to.
Why Clients Choose Waring Law.
You Deserve Transparency.
After you contact us to discuss your case, we will schedule a discovery meeting to take place as soon as possible. Many times, we can begin the discovery process during the first phone call. During our discovery meeting, we will get to know more about you, your life, your family, and your accident and injuries. We will educate you on the legal process and make sure you feel confident in our counsel and advice.
The information you provide to us will be kept in the strictest confidence and we will keep you advised of how and when we will disclose certain information to the insurance companies.
In our professional opinion, the initial meeting with your personal injury lawyer is the single most important event in the life of your case. For people who have just been in an accident, the actions taken in the first several days and weeks can be critical to the outcome of the case. Injury victims need reliable legal information from the get-go. There are also many other critical details that may affect how much insurance coverage is available for an injury victim which we must learn from our clients at the very outset of the case.
While we leverage technology to do these initial discovery meetings remotely, we value the human connection with our clients that can only be made in person.
Before we are legally allowed to represent you, we must all sign a fee agreement which explains your rights and the responsibilities we owe to you. The fee agreement is written in plain English and is only several pages long. We afford all potential clients an opportunity to review the fee agreement remotely before signing up with us. We do not believe in cornering our clients and pressuring them to sign the fee agreement.
The free agreement states that we will serve as your lawyer, working diligently on your behalf, to recover compensation for your injuries. The fee agreement also states that we will advance the hard costs (postage, printing, expert fees, records charges, etc.), and that you will owe us nothing – you will not even have to reimburse us for the costs we front – if we are not able to recover any money for you. The fee agreement states that our only compensation is contingent on the outcome of the case, i.e. we only get paid if we win your case. Moreover, the fee agreement states that we are entitled to ⅓ of the total amount that we are able to recover for you. However, the fee agreement requires us to notify you of any settlement offers and we are not allowed to settle your case without your permission.
Join the Fight Against Claim-Shame
If you have been injured in an accident, and have not spoken with a lawyer, you might be dealing with something I call claim-shame. Claim-shame prevents good, hard working people from pursuing their rights after an accident. When I was fourteen years old, I suffered a traumatic bicycle accident but we were too proud of people to make a claim. I eventually had to pay for my own treatment years later with student loans. I started Waring Law to empower people to fulfill the obligation that they owe themselves to shift the financial burden of their injuries to those who are truly responsible.
Waring Law is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida
No matter where you live in Florida, you have rights after an accident. Waring Law is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida, but we serve clients from Miami to Jacksonville.