Know Where To Turn For Legal Assistance When Unforeseen Auto Accidents Occur
There are approximately 14-million registered drivers in the state of Florida, which means auto accidents are inevitable. Aside from residents, there are also many people on the roads from out of town visiting the beaches, amusement parks, or one of the many other attractions. Bicyclists, pedestrians, and motorcycle operators are also regularly on the streets due to the beautiful scenery and immaculate weather. This increased traffic keeps drivers on their toes, but even practicing the safest defensive driving techniques is often not enough to prevent all crashes.
For instance, most accidents can be avoided by paying attention to your surroundings and evading obstacles or dodging swerving vehicles. However, if another operator is playing on their phone, diverting their awareness to passengers, or partaking in a different kind of distracting activity, they may fail to apply the brake at the appropriate time and rear-end your car while stopping for traffic or even a red light. Auto accidents are unforgiving, and they cause damages that often include…
• Neck, Back, Or Spinal Injuries
• Lacerations And Contusions
• Internal Bleeding
• Loss Of Limbs
• Broken And Fractured Bones
• Brain Injuries
Fully Recovering From An Injury Is Costly
Many car crash participants must receive medical, physical therapy, and other types of treatments to achieve a full recovery. Additionally, the individuals usually have to miss a substantial amount of work during the period. This action causes money to become scarce, which makes paying for necessities like lights, water, or groceries difficult. However, when the additional rehabilitation bills start piling up, the entire situation is quite overwhelming. Luckily, Florida residents do not have to accept this fate.
Experience And Reputation Can Make A World Of Difference
If it can be proven that another party acted recklessly or negligently, you may be entitled to a fair compensation amount for your damages. Our lawyers have over 100-years of combined legal experience. The firm has the funding and ability to take your case the distance if need be, but on many occasions, the insurance company or other firm decides to settle out of court. It is not always necessary to hire an attorney to get compensation, but doing so tends to make everything go a little smoother.
For one, the Florida legal system is complicated and full of complex jargon. It can cause individuals to become confused and fill out applications wrong, which will delay the proceedings. When time and money are not on a person's side, the last thing they need is setbacks. Additionally, the other legal team and insurer may try to take advantage of you in a vulnerable state. It is good practice not to sign any type of document until your attorney has carefully reviewed it. These forms often include fine printing that attempts to sign the victim's rights to compensation away.
Building a high-quality case is not a simple task. Police reports and witness testimonies must be obtained. It is also sometimes necessary to have the accident scene recreated to prove fault as well. Evidence like the crashed vehicle needs to become purchased from time to time too. Don't get stressed out with these tasks, especially when the only thing you should be worried about is your recovery. Instead, give our office a call for a free case review, and let our lawyers take care of the heavy legal lifting. The team will always fight with your best interests in mind, and each member will put forth their best effort to help you obtain a fair and deserved settlement.