Miami Injury & Accident Lawyers

Gordon & Doner personal injury attorneys represent the people, not the powerful.

Gordon & Doner speaks for ordinary people when extraordinary circumstances force major tragedy into their lives, such as devastating injuries, neglectful accidents, or wrongful procedures! Manufacturers, doctors, insurance companies and most big businesses usually have quality-seasoned attorneys at their service - Gordon & Doner can deal with them and represent YOU!

Gordon & Doner believes that our system of justice works at its best when skilled attorneys with current resources on both sides, prepare and try a case. The goal of the personal injury attorneys at Gordon & Doner is to level the playing field between the powerful and the people of Miami, Florida.

You are invited to contact a Gordon & Doner attorney to determine the positive help we can provide. Call us at 1 (855) 722-2552, or contact us online, so we can determine the merits of your case. We will be able to provide basic answers about your circumstances. Prior to proceeding with any legal matter, a Gordon & Doner lawyer will thoroughly investigate your options.

Can I afford to engage in a legal battle with an insurance company? No, you can't, but we can. The Gordon & Doner law firm serves the residents of Miami, Florida by advancing all costs associated with pursuing your personal injury case. If our litigation for you is successful, we get a percentage of the total monies recovered and are repaid our costs from there. If we are unable to recover anything for you, then we are paid nothing and we do not ask you to repay any of our costs.

Should you, or a member of your family, be seriously injured, you deserve to have your situation evaluated by an experienced and well trained legal professional who is familiar with serving the residents of Miami, Florida. Gordon & Doner is known for successful results in handling a wide variety of personal injury claims including, brain injuries, wrongful death, medical malpractice, nursing home injuries, tractor trailer / truck accidents and consumer product injury lawsuits.

Miami, Florida is served by the 11th Judicial Circuit. The Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida serves the entire Miami-Dade County area. It is the largest Judicial Circuit in the state of Florida. Over two million people in a 2,000-square-mile area are served by 80 judges in the Circuit Court and 43 judges that preside in the County Court. Circuit Courts are located at the Dade County Courthouse and the branch courts. County Courts are located at the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building and the branch courts. The Domestic Violence Division is located at the Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center.

Florida currently operates under a two-tier trial court system of circuit and county courts. In the circuit and county trial courts, disputes are resolved by jury trials or by non-jury trials where a judge renders a verdict in the case. County Courts are limited jurisdiction where minor criminal (misdemeanor) and civil cases are heard. In the Circuit Courts, which are the highest state trial courts in Florida, major criminal (felony), civil, family, juvenile and probate matters are heard.

Miami has a constantly growing population that has recently peaked over the 400,00 mark at 404,048 in the 2006 census estimates. The Miami Urbanized Area has become the fourth-largest urbanized area in the United States, behind New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago with 4.9 million residents.

Miami is the northernmost area for true tropical climate conditions all year long. Higher latitudes are tropic-like, but they also experience cold temperature spikes unseen in a true tropical climate. Miami's only snowfall was recorded on January 20, 1977. For those who need a respite from world-renowned beaches, sun and surf, Miami offers many more attractions, including the Miami Museum of Science, Miami Seaquarium, the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami Metro Zoo and the Cape Florida Lighthouse. Not to be missed is Hialeah Park -- one of the oldest and most prominent horse racing tracks. Built in 1925, Hialeah's park includes a Renaissance Revival clubhouse, formal gardens, and a lake with several islands inhabited by large flocks of pink flamingos.