Call us for a free consultation with one of our Pensacola personal injury lawyers. We can review your situation, outline your options, and guide you through the post-accident process in our efforts to secure the best outcome possible. Our fees are contingent on your case’s success.
We Represent Victims—Not Insurance Companies
At Michles & Booth, our message to our clients and potential clients is: “Don’t be a victim twice.” If you are in an accident, insurance companies are going to do everything they can to keep their costs low while settling the case—often at your expense.
Michles & Booth exists solely to represent accident victims. At our fully staffed Pensacola office, we can answer your questions, address your concerns, and provide you with the dedicated, one-on-one legal representation you need and deserve.
Serving Pensacola for Over 10 Years
Built in 2008, Michles & Booth's main office is located at 501 Brent Lane in Pensacola, FL. The law firm relocated to Brent Lane from its original, historic downtown Pensacola office to expand its staff and services and to become more accessible to the community.
Today, Michles & Booth consists of more than 60 attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, including a full-time medical doctor, information technology (IT), and investigation departments. Our Pensacola office is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm (CST).
When your future has been derailed by a serious injury, you need to know that your personal injury attorney can effectively and efficiently recover the compensation that you deserve. At Michles & Booth, your case will be handled by an experienced team of attorneys, paralegals, investigators, and other staff that have secured millions of dollars for people who have been harmed by the negligence of others, just like you. Whether it’s a car accident or an on-the-job injury, knowing your rights and having experienced people on your side is key to getting the follow-up care and compensation you deserve.
Florida Woman Awarded $5 Million
A Jefferson County jury has awarded $5 million in punitive damages to a Florida woman for the wrongful death of her husband, and against two Birmingham physicians and the University of Alabama Health Services Foundation.
Bicycle-Car Crash Victim Wins $460,000
One of the largest personal-injury awards in Bay County history was decided Thursday for an elderly man who said an unlicensed, under-aged car wash employee backed into his bicycle three years ago.
Insurance Lawsuit Results In $320,219
An Okaloosa County man was recently awarded a $320,219 verdict after he sued an insurance company following an injury he blamed on a traffic accident.