Many, many drivers call Florida home. There are teen and adult operators alike. All it takes is for an individual to lose their train of thought for a mere second for the lives of people to be changed forever. No two crashes are the same. As such, damages will vary from one event to the next. However, some common wounds associated with these incidents include…
• Fractures, Broken Bones, And Lacerations
• Traumatic Brain, Neck, And Spinal Injuries
• Loss Of Limbs
Victims May Be Able To Obtain Compensation For Their Damages
When a motorist acts negligently or recklessly, and the driver or passengers in another car become injured, those people might be entitled to a reasonable monetary settlement. Going it alone can prove to be a recipe for disaster though. Why? Well, insurance companies don't like to play fair. They do not have the best interests of victims in mind. Rather, the representatives attempt to delay the proceedings in the hope of getting the injured party to settle for a low-ball amount.
Additionally, sometimes, the agents include fine print in contracts. The clauses try to get individuals to sign their rights to compensation away. Floridians shouldn't fret as these documents usually don't hold up in a court of law. However, the pages can bring everything to what seems like a standstill. Therefore, it is a good idea to put a top-notch legal team on your side to combat these endeavors.
What If Something Else Causes The Accident And Injuries?
On some occasions, crashes occur where a driver does not do anything wrong. Defective parts are to blame. Manufacturers have a responsibility to make sure their products are safe when they hit the open market. If a person acquires injuries because of a product, the seller or manufacturer is liable. A personal injury attorney can help in this regard too. The professional will collect evidence to prove that the item caused the distress. Assistance is available closer to home than Florida residents might think. Our firm serves the areas of...
• North Port, Fort Myers, Sarasota
• Englewood, Arcadia, Port Charlotte
• Venice And Punta Gorda
Recall V99 Is Expected To Begin On October 18, 2019
Chrysler is supposed to begin notifying approximately 5,294 owners of 2019-2020 Jeep Cherokee vehicles about a steering issue in October. These models may have been equipped with a steering rack gear that can break. If the piece fractures while a person is driving, they might lose control. Then, their risk of becoming involved in a crash increase. Dealers will replace the steering gear to fix the vehicle free of charge. For more information on this situation, persons should contact Chrysler's customer service department at 1-800-853-1403.
However, should a person sustain injuries before the issue is repaired, he or she can give our office a call to schedule a free case review. This element allows them to discover where their claim stands without having to spend a fortune. As if that wasn't reason enough to pick up the phone, personal injury cases are paid on a contingency fee basis as well. In other words, our clients only pay when compensation is recovered. So, make the call to 941-625-HURT, and allow the team to fight on your behalf for what is right and just.