If you have been involved in either an automobile accident or some other type of injury, you need aggressive representation on your side. The law says that you have the right to recover for the damages you have suffered as the result of another’s negligence. The pain and suffering you may be experiencing is only complicated by expensive, yet necessary, medical treatment. Don’t trust the insurance company, whether it be the other party’s or your own. They are looking out for their own interests. Let us look out for your interests and get you the maximum recovery you deserve!!!
Getting into a car accident can be a traumatic experience, but, if you remain calm and know what to do, you can keep the situation from getting out of hand. If you live in Florida and are injured in a motor vehicle accident, you should first seek medical care.
Florida is a no-fault state so your insurance company will pay to have your car repaired and injuries treated as long as your policy provides that type of medical and collision coverage. If, however, you do not have full coverage, and the accident was not your fault, your only option for compensation for your injuries and pain and suffering may be to sue the party that was responsible for the accident.
Insurance companies can be difficult to deal with on your own. Before you make a big mistake and sign any document from an insurance company, protect your rights and make a call to a personal injury attorney. Legal counsel will help you avoid taking an inadequate settlement offer and signing away your rights to pursue the matter any further.
An experienced Florida personal injury attorney understands the law very well and has experience dealing with insurance companies. An insurance company will always try to settle for the lowest amount possible. While you might think that $3,000 for your pain and suffering and the payment of the doctor bills you incurred seems fair, you may be making a bad deal.
When you are in a car crash, many times your injuries seem minor initially, and then, they progress to a more serious nature. You may require years of medical treatment, or even be permanently disabled. A good personal injury attorney will fight for you and make sure you are fairly compensated for your injuries and any diminished capacity you may have suffered.