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Policy Limit Settlement

Car Accident

OVER $500,000+

Workers Compensation

OVER $500,000+

Personal Injury

Florida Personal Injury and
WORKERS’ CompAttorney

About Our Law Firm

Callejo Law is a boutique-sized firm specializing in plaintiff personal injury representation and claimant’s workers’ compensation. Karen has been advocating for the injured for over 25 years and concentrates on exclusively protecting the rights of accident victims and their families

As a former insurance defense attorney, Karen is well versed in how insurance defense companies and adjusters operate. As a result, she understands how they evaluate their claims, which provides her a significant advantage in negotiating settlements.

An accident can completely transform your life in an instant—we help you recover the damages you deserve and hold those responsible accountable. While it is preferable to keep cases out of court, Karen is skilled in taking cases to trial if necessary to obtain the most favorable results.

In addition to her experience in the courtroom as a trial lawyer, Karen also has experience adjudicating cases as a Traffic Hearing Officer. To become a hearing officer, she attended a week-long training course where she studied every aspect of Florida traffic laws and defenses, observed other traffic hearing officers conducting actual traffic hearings, rode along with a police officer for a day, and engaged in simulated traffic hearings.

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Injury Atto
Recognized Nationally

Our Practice Areas

Cases We Handle

At Callejo Law, we focus on personal injury claims and workers’ comp issues.
Because we focus on these two particular sets of issues, we are exceptionally experienced

Personal Injury
Workers’ Compensation
Motor Vehicle Accidents

How Does Workers’ Compensation
Work in Florida

Let An Experienced Florida Workers’ Compensation Attorney at Callejo Law Help You With Your
Workers’ Compensation Claim

Workers’ compensation law allows workers who have been injured on the job to collect certain financial benefits for themselves and their dependents, even if no employer fault is established. However, there is a trade-off: workers’ compensation laws also protect employers from being sued for job-related injuries or deaths, even if the employer was at fault or maintained a dangerous workplace environment. This limits the types of damages a plaintiff could recover in a personal injury claim.

In other words, workers’ compensation benefits are the only remedy an injured worker has, even if the employer was negligent in causing the injury. This is often known as the “Sole Remedy” rule.

The employer itself, or the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance policy, is obligated to pay these benefits directly to or on behalf of eligible employees. Non-exempt employers are responsible for payment of the benefits to any employee injured while in the course of employment. Employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance or be approved to self-insure.

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