Boutique Law Firm with PERSONAL Assistance
From day one of your consultation, and throughout the entire legal process, you will meet personally with attorney Tim Ingram – no case workers, paralegals, or legal assistants in between interactions. Tim will take the time to listen and will help you understand what obstacles you may face along the way, and will even give you his direct contact information to reach out to him at any time for questions.
A Distinction Held by Only 2% of Florida Licensed Attorneys
When you choose Ingram Injury Law for a personal injury case, you can be confident that you are hiring the highest level of legal help in the Tampa Bay area.
In Florida, a Board Certified attorney is an attorney who has demonstrated special competence, extensive knowledge and experience in a particular field and whose competence has been certified by The Florida Bar. In order to be a Board Certified civil trial lawyer, an attorney must practice law on a full-time basis for at least five years, is required to have conducted at least 15 contested civil cases in courts of general jurisdiction during the lawyer’s practice, including cases before a jury and as lead counsel. Each certified lawyer must also have passed peer review; must have completed 50 hours of continuing legal education; and must have passed a written examination. Tim Ingram accomplished this in 1997 and has been re-certified 3 times (every 5 years) since.
No Fee Unless We Win.
Being injured can change your life instantly. All of a sudden you may be unable to work, faced with large medical bills, long term disability and emotionally unprepared for the fallout after an accident. On top of that, fighting against insurance companies or large corporations can be an expensive undertaking.
We understand the stress and financial burdens that come with a personal injury case, that is why you pay no consultation fees, and have absolutely NO costs until we win your case. In fact, Tim Ingram has a policy that he will not collect fees greater than his client’s net settlement – This is just part of the Ingram Difference!