A guardian is a surrogate decision-maker appointed by the court to make personal and/or financial decisions for a minor or for an adult with mental and/or physical disabilities. After adjudication, the subject of the guardianship is termed a “ward.”  Florida law provides for the appointment of a guardian for a minor in circumstances such as where the parents die, are unable to care for a child, or if a child receives an inheritance or proceeds of a lawsuit or insurance policy exceeding the amount parents are allowed by statute to receive on behalf of their child.

Adult guardianship is the process by which the court finds an individual’s ability to make decisions is impaired, therefore the court gives the right to make decisions to another person or entity. Guardianship is only warranted when no less restrictive alternatives, such as a durable power of attorney, a trust, a health care surrogate or proxy, or another form of pre-need directive, are found by the court to be appropriate and available. Legislative intent establishes that the least restrictive form of guardianship is desirable, if it is in the best interest of the ward.

Advance Health Care Directives

Planning for your family's future is critical.  Our law firm can draft essential documents for you such as a Last Will and Testament and advance health care directives such as a Living Will and Power of Attorney. Our Florida Estate Planning attorneys also handle estate probate across the state of Florida.  

Personal Injury and Motor Vehicle Accidents

Travelling on highways becomes more dangerous every year.  Automobile, 18-wheeler, off-road vehicle and motorcycle accidents injure millions of people, usually as a result of someone's negligence.  These automobile accidents can be devastating both physically and financially for the injured person.  As a victim of a car wreck, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, property damage or other damages under the law.

Whether you sustained an injury as a result of a defective product, taking a dangerous medication or were injured in an car accident or as a result of nursing home abuse or neglect, our Pensacola personal injury lawyers can help. At Evers Law Group, we have the skills and expertise to help you recover damages for lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering.

Our attorneys strive to provide the best assistance possible.  Even if our office cannot handle your case, we can assist you in finding an attorney who specializes in the field of law for which you need representation.

We Treat You with Respect

The representation of clients is temporary.  The relationship we form with our clients is forever.

Dedicated, Loyal Attorneys

We offer effective and aggressive representation. Our reputation and history of successful litigation speaks for itself.

Experience You Can Trust

Defective Drugs and Defective Products

Experienced representation is key to obtaining a satisfactory outcome to any legal matter.  Evers Law Group represents individuals and their families who are injured by someone else’s negligence.  Our personal injury lawyers have been involved in all phases of complex, individual cases in courtrooms across the United States.  Our involvement in record-breaking verdicts, pre-trial discovery and national settlements against large pharmaceutical and insurance companies has given us the experience, knowledge and dedication necessary to best represent you in your catastrophic injury case.  At Evers Law, we offer over 30 years of aggressive and knowledgeable representation for a number of legal concerns, including personal injury, defective drugs and defective products. 

Our lawyers participated in the discovery, trial package preparation and/or trials for multiple large-scale national cases which resulted in multi-million dollar settlements, including:

Gulf Oil Spill
Diet drugs
Breast implants
Sulzer hip replacements
PPA containing products
Transvaginal Mesh

Our work with these nationwide mass tort cases has given us the experience to assist you in your individual case.   You can read more details regarding the risks, warnings and recalls related to medications and products at our defective drugs page and our defective products page.