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With over 25 years of experience, we are committed to secure the best possible outcome for your injuries and help you get your life back.

Boca Raton Personal Injury Attorney

Helping Floridians for More Than 25 Years

For more than two decades, hundreds of Boca Raton residents have trusted Willis Law, P.A. to fight for them and recover compensation from insurance companies. Over the years, we have demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to standing up for clients and demanding insurance companies to pay the full amount owed. Willis Law, P.A.'s modern, paperless office exemplifies our attention to detail and efficiency. We are committed to the innovative utilization of groundbreaking technology to pursue an unprecedented level of legal research and attorney availability.

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Because we know that having an experienced lawyer will impact the outcome of an injury claim, we strive to be a firm that is worthy of your full trust. Our lead attorney's stellar work has earned him countless accolades including the AV Preeminent® Peer-Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, which is based on high ethical standards and professional ability. Our firm has also secured membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, and the rare distinction of an Avvo 10.0 Superb Rating. In addition, he has been honored by SuperLawyers for 2017 and 2018. Whether you have been injured or lost a love one, Willis Law, P.A. will work tirelessly to help you get the closure you deserve.

In addition personal injury and wrongful death claims, we also handle cases involving insurance litigation, such as when an insurance company wrongfully refuses to pay on a client's automobile insurance, disability insurance, homeowner's insurance, life insurance, or PIP/no-fault insurance claim.

In all of our litigation work, we work around the clock to level the playing field between our clients and large insurance companies. We always fights for a fair settlement or verdict.

We Treat Clients Like Family

At Willis Law, P.A., we believe the most important thing a lawyer can do is treat their clients as if they were family members. An attorney handling personal matters should treat their clients personally, and Willis Law, P.A. believes that every client deserves the utmost in personal care. We are aware that many personal injury clients have much at stake and are facing some of the most traumatic periods of their lives. As a husband and father of two, our lead attorney knows what it means to treat clients like family.

Our firm is also dedicated to serving the larger community, which is why our leader, John Willis, has served as a city commissioner in Parkland, Florida. The fact that Willis Law, P.A. receives most new clients through word-of-mouth referrals from former clients and other lawyers speaks volumes about our firm's professionalism and personal attention.

Our Promise

  • A Track Record for Success
  • No Recovery, No Fee
  • We Treat All Our Clients Like Family
  • More Than 25 Years of Experience
  • Recognized for Outstanding Legal Representation
  • Individual Attention for Your Case

Case Results

Read about some of our case results to see how we've helped hundreds of clients recover damages after their personal injuries. We provide individual attention for every client's case, and are prepared to fight for the compensation you deserve.

You deserve the best legal advocacy possible. When you work with Willis Law, P.A. to address your personal injury case, you can rest easy in the knowledge that a proven and capable lawyer is pursuing your best interests. With compassionate, personalized care, our firm seeks to maintain a strong commitment to availability and client-attorney interaction for every client.

Contact our firm today and schedule a complimentary consultation to find out how we can help you.

  • Wrongful Death $1.3 Million
  • Wrongful Death $1.3 Million
  • Wrongful Death $1,000,000 (Policy Limit)
  • Wrongful Death $1,000,000
  • Car Accident $500,000
  • Defective Product $280,000
  • Premises Liability $270,000
  • Car Accident $200,000
  • Car Accident $200,000
  • Wrongful Death $200,000 (Policy Limit)
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Car Accident Statistics in Florida

Out of all the various types of personal injury claims that can arise in a person’s life, car accidents are undoubtedly one of the most common. According to Florida’s Integrated Report Exchange System and Florida’s Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, there are about 30,000 car accidents in the state each month. The same statistics show that there will be about 3,000 traffic fatalities and another 200,000 injuries every year. With roughly 66% of accidents occurring in ideal daylight conditions and 84% occurring on dry asphalt, it seems unreasonable to blame the crashes on environmental hazards. What is the cause of most car accidents, then?

Everyday negligence on part of a motorist is the number one cause of car accidents in Florida, and all across the country. Human error, mistakes, and recklessness can turn a quick trip into a disaster.

Common forms of driver negligence, and therefore causes of car accidents, include:

  • Intoxication: Motorists who drink and drive put themselves, other drivers, and any passersby at serious risk of injury.
  • Exhaustion: There is a spike of car accidents every day around 5 PM, at the end of the workday. Not only are more people driving during this hour but they are also tired and hungry.
  • Distraction: Texting and driving has become a serious problem and may cause anywhere between 25% and 40% of all crashes, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Recklessness: Speeding, swerving through traffic, and rounding corners quickly are all dangerous yet widespread driving behaviors.
Meet John Willis Over 25 Years of Experience

John believes that every client deserves to be treated like family. Let us guide you through the legal process and put our experience to work for you. 

Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Law

A Florida State legislation passed that made personal injury protection (PIP) insurance mandatory for all drivers in the state. When you are in a car accident, your PIP insurance will automatically cover up to $10,000 for related medical cost damages that you incur. In theory, if the other driver in the accident is hurt, their own PIP insurance will take care of their medical coverage. The idea behind the law was to reduce the number of frivolous personal injury lawsuits that stem from car accidents.

Florida’s PIP insurance law is controversial, however, as it can make it more difficult for an injured driver to receive the coverage they need. It also does not take vehicle repairs into consideration. If you have been in a car accident in Florida, you should still file a personal injury claim with a Boca Raton car accident attorney from Willis Law, P.A. We may be able to prove that the other driver was liable and owes you some sort of compensation, despite the fact that Florida is a “no fault” state.

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Personal Injury Frequently Asked Questions:

How long after my injury can I file my lawsuit?

  • The statute of limitations for personal injury cases differs from state to state. In Florida you are able to file a personal injury lawsuit up to four years after your accident (Florida Statutes Annotated section 95.11(3)). This may sound like a long period of time, but it's important that you act quickly after your accident to get your case started. The legal process takes time and you don't want to put your compensation at risk by waiting too long.

Do I have to take the settlement the insurance company offers me?

  • No! In fact, we encourage you to discuss your claim with an experienced injury lawyer before accepting any settlement being offered by the insurance company. The last thing you want is to accept a settlement that short-changes you and will not allow for you to get the treatment or recovery options that you deserve. Always discuss any settlement offers with your accident lawyer first.

Are personal injury settlements taxable?

  • The answer to this question can vary, but generally speaking, if you are being awarded a settlement to replace out-of-pocket expenses that were incurred as a result of your injury, you won't be taxed on that settlement. However, to be certain about whether or not your settlement will be taxable, you should speak to a tax professional.

Are lawsuit settlements public record?

  • This depends on whether or not your lawsuit goes to trial. If you are able to reach an agreement with the insurance company or responsible party outside of court, your settlement will not be public record. However, if you choose to pursue legal action by filing a case in court, the outcome of your case will most likely be available as public record.

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  • Avvo 10.0 Superb Rating

Real People, Real Reviews

  • What really sets Willis Law, P.A. apart is their expediency in settling cases.

    “We were very satisfied with the handling of our case from start to finish.”

    - Beverly D.
  • The professionalism John showed was outstanding.

    “John and Helene understood my case and provided me with the best outcome I could have asked for.”

    - Glen G.
  • Helene was very communicative & provided quick responses.

    “I highly recommend John and his staff, Helen!”

    - Rachel B.
  • John and Helene made sure I was taken care of.

    “I HIGHLY recommend Willis Law, P.A.!”

    - Sara C.
  • Thank you John Willis!

    “John was super professional and the results he secured were better than I ever expected!!”

    - Von S.
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