Auto Accidents

The moment when a car comes out of nowhere, or when stopping at a light is punctuated by another car hitting your bumper, or when you feel the force of impact from another vehicle slamming into yours. You are scared, confused, in shock, angry, and sometimes all of the above. Whether your injury is immediate or discovered after the crash, don’t go it alone. Reach out for help.

An auto accident can be a traumatizing and life-changing event. And when a car accident leaves you with a serious injury, the damage may be treatable but have lasting effects and limit your ability to live your normal life. Situations like these can end in reduced earning capacity due to your accident-related injury, decreased financial health due to medical expenses, and can negatively impact your social life.

Automobile accidents often occur as a result of negligence on the part of one or more parties involved. The state of Florida uses a “comparative negligence” system to determine the level of negligence and liability of each party. This means that each party at fault is responsible for the extent of his or her part in the accident. So even if you are partly to blame for your accident, you may still receive compensation for damage done by the other party.

Has an auto accident left you injured?

Reach out now.

What should I do after the accident?

  • File an accident report with the police — this is required by law;
  • Record the date, time, and location of the accident;
  • Document the event and take pictures before any vehicles are moved;
  • Get the contact, license plate number, and insurance information of the other party involved in the car accident;
  • Seek medical attention for any injuries you sustained and keep a record of any medical documents acquired;
  • Hire an experienced auto accident attorney.

When hiring an attorney, it’s important to take into consideration the areas in which an attorney specializes, as well as their experience and success rate. With my extensive experience in winning compensation for clients who were the victims of auto accidents, I am confident in pursuing a fair and just outcome for your case. I have worked on cases where the victim has needed several surgeries due to injuries sustained from their car crash, and many where settlements were reached before going to trial.

How much can I recover?

The state of Florida follows a “no-fault” insurance system — also known as personal injury protection (PIP). This means the responsible party is only liable for injuries that meet the “serious injury” threshold. If your injuries are not considered serious, your own insurance (specifically your personal injury coverage) should compensate for a certain amount of medical and financial expenses.

In both working with your own insurance company and determining the seriousness of your injuries, it’s best to hire an auto accident attorney. I can help you navigate medical documents to determine the seriousness of the injury, and relieve you from frustrating conversations with insurance representatives. 

As someone injured in an auto accident, you are entitled to compensation for your loss. But you should be focused on treating your injuries and recovering. Having to deal with insurance companies, fight for money to cover your medical bills and loss of wages, and sorting through police reports and medical documents will only add to your stress. Let me take care of fighting for compensation for your injuries and financial losses. I have handled cases just like yours. Give me a call or send me an email. I am here to help you.

Auto Accident Attorney Serving Central Florida

If you or someone you know has been in an auto accident that resulted with an injury, reach out. I can help you recover lost assets and secure compensation for your injuries. The fallout of an auto accident can incur financial damage in medical and auto-related expenses. Contact me now. I will pursue compensation for your loss.