We understand how tempting it is to accept an insurance company’s settlement offer after a car accident and move on with your life. But the decision to take a settlement offer should not be made alone or without legal counsel.
We have seen so many car accident victims taken advantage of by a team of experienced insurance representatives. Their job is to save the insurance company as much money as possible on every claim. Our job is to make certain you get the compensation you require to heal, pay bills and take care of yourself and your family.
It is essential to seek the counsel of a lawyer as soon as possible when you suffer injuries caused by an auto accident. We will analyze your case, determine if you have a viable claim, help you file a lawsuit and guide you through the legal process of accident litigation.
We also keep abreast of changes in Florida accident laws. Of significance at the moment is the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits in Florida. Car accident victims must seek medical care from a doctor or hospital within 14 days of the accident, and they will no longer be able to seek acupuncture or chiropractic treatments without the permission of the treating physician.
Thinking of Talking to a Lawyer?
Do Not Wait.
A delay in contacting an attorney at our firm can have devastating results for your claim. A victim must file a claim within a certain time period, known as the statute of limitations.
Our firm handles all types of motor vehicle accidents, including those involving pedestrians, drunken drivers, trucks, buses and motorcycles, and those caused by dangerous highways.
We prepare all of our motor vehicle accident cases as though they will go to trial. This increases the likelihood that opposing attorneys and insurance companies will agree to our settlement terms.
One key factor in proving your case is proper documentation of your injuries. It is important that you get a medical evaluation immediately following your accident, even if you think you did not suffer any injuries. Many injuries are not noticeable until days or even weeks following an accident.