The McCue Law Firm, P.A.

13 Years Experience in Personal Injury - Candid Advice

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Firm Overview

Our firm focuses on providing quality, affordable legal representation in the following areas: bankruptcy, foreclosure defense, personal injury and wrongful death.

Our firm was established in 1995.

Example cases

I handle cases involving automobile accidents, negligent security, premises liability (like slip and fall cases) and wrongful death matters.

Main Office

Main
1600 S. Federal Hwy
Suite 451
Pompano Beach  FL  33062

Phone
  • (954) 267-9377
Fax
  • (954) 267-9377

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

Yes, we offer a free initial consultation with no pre-set time limit.

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Our contingency fees are based on rules established by the Florida Bar. We charge 33 and one-third percent of the pre-litigation recovery plus costs. If litigation is required, the fee is 40 percent of the recovery plus costs.

Hourly Rates

$250 per hour, when applicable.

Office Information

Office Hours

Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Office Manager

None

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

Spanish

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

Initially, I chose personal injury because I had been exposed to it during my law school summers when I interned for a personal injury law firm. It was a large, rather impersonal firm where it seemed clients often got lost in the shuffle. I knew I could do better on my own by establishing a small firm with my wife and offering a level of personal service that the large firms could not.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

I think it's fantastic, if not necessary for clients to educate themselves on legal issues. My firm's philosophy is that we should provide clients with the information they need to make informed decisions. An educated client is far easier to deal with than an uneducated one.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

The issue of reviewing documents prepared by clients generally does not come up in a personal injury practice.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

Florida bar rules make coaching clients to represent themselves a very difficult matter. As attorneys, we can be held responsible for advice we give that goes astray or is in the wrong hands.

Christian McCue

Before I became a lawyer I was a law clerk.

I've been injured in two significant car accidents, which has helped me understand what my clients have to go through. That experience and other life experiences give me a special and unique perspective in handling my personal injury cases.

I like to think of myself as a true advocate for my clients. People who have been injured or victimized need to feel that they are being heard and that their needs will be addressed by their attorney. There is no cold corporate atmosphere in my office. No one feels like just a file on the shelf. We take a personal interest in each one of our clients and represent them accordingly.

Personal interests:

I love music, both playing guitar and listening to my sizeable CD collection. My favorite thing to do is spend time with my wife and two little boys. Whether it's coaching my kids' Little League games, bringing the family to a golf course, cheering on the sidelines during soccer season, or traveling for chess tournaments (our older son competes), my personal interests revolve around my family.

License
  • Bar Number: 59528
    Florida , 1995
Education
  • Nova Southeastern University
    Juris Doctor , 1995
    Davie, FL
  • University of Massachusetts
    B.A. , 1992
    Boston, MA
    Majored in Philosophy.

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