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Winter Park Personal Injury Attorney

The law firm of Frank M. Eidson, P.A., is proud to serve the community of Winter Park, Florida, from our office located on W. Morse Boulevard.

Winter Park is a thriving city of more than 29,000 residents, with bustling commercial districts such as those located in Hannibal Square, Winter Park Village and Aloma Corners and along Park Avenue and West Fairbanks Avenue.

The city is also known for its “old-world” architecture, brick-lined streets, numerous parks and top-notch museums as well as for being the home to Florida’s oldest private college, Rollins College, as well as Full Sail University and Valencia Community College.

Our law firm believes that Winter Park personal injury victims and their families deserve to work with an attorney who will take the time to develop a close working relationship with them and give their case personalized attention from beginning to end.

We assist clients in a variety of practices areas. Although we focus on auto accident andworkers’ compensation cases, we also serve clients in cases involving motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, premises liability and Social Security disability benefits.

Please see our Settlements section to see cases our firm has handled for residents of Winter Park and surrounding areas in Central Florida.

Our Community Involvement

Attorney Frank M. Eidson is an active member of the Winter Park community, including serving on the Community Board of the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. He helped to establish the Lawyers for Children program, which raises funds for the hospital’s neonatal unit for premature babies to go towards equipment and furniture for its lounge.

Additionally, Frank serves as vice president of the board that operates the Braveheart Lacrosse Club, an organization that provides teams and leagues for more than 250 children in central Florida.

Frank also has served on the board of the Brain Injury Association of Florida (BIAF) and is heavily involved with Wounded Warrior Outdoors, which holds fundraisers twice per year at his hunting lease in Brevard County. The organization provides therapeutic outdoor adventures across North America to wounded service men and women.

How the Florida Court System Operates in Winter Park

If Frank M. Eidson, P.A., pursues a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit on your behalf, your case will likely go through Florida’s Ninth Judicial Circuit. This district serves Orange as well as Osceola counties in Central Florida.

The Circuit Civil Courts of the Ninth Circuit are based in two locations: The Orange County Courthouse in downtown Orlando and the Osceola County Courthouse in Kissimmee. Only traffic and misdemeanor criminal cases are handled at the satellite courthouse at 450 North Lakemont Avenue in Winter Park.

Cases filed in the nearest federal court would likely go through the Orlando Division of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, which is based in the George C. Young U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building.

Many matters, including obtaining permits, can be handled by the City of Winter Parkonline or at City Hall, which is located at 401 South Park Avenue.

Contact a Winter Park Personal Injury Lawyer Today

To schedule a free and confidential consultation with an attorney about your personal injury, wrongful death or workers’ compensation case, call Winter Park personal injury Attorney Frank M. Eidson, P.A. You can reach us by phone at 407-245-2887 or by simply submitting our online form. We respond promptly to all inquiries.

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RESULTS & SETTLEMENTS

Frank M. Eidson P.A. has been tirelessly representing the rights of Central Florida victims since 1989.

$1.2 Million

Two surgeries for back injuries.

$1 Million

Fell from a roof while working.

$1.15 Million

Brain injury in a tractor-trailer crash.


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