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Why It Makes Sense To Hire An Accident Attorney After A Car Crash

People hop in their vehicles to go places at all times of the day and night. Sometimes, individuals just need to head to work or school. On other occasions, they need to hit up stores to buy clothing, groceries, household essentials, and more. Of course, in Florida, folks also take their cars to destinations like beaches, amusement parks, and other attractions. In other words, there are usually loads of vehicles on the Sunshine State's highways and streets at any given time.

There is nothing wrong with folks getting out and about. After all, the ventures help them to survive and stay entertained. However, according to Statista.com, there were a total of 15,368,695 registered drivers in Florida as of 2018. With so many motorists in the same location, accidents can occur in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, there is typically nothing kind and gentle about the events. Rather, drivers and passengers often sustain severe injuries in the collisions. Wounds vary on a situation by situation basis, but they tend to include things such as...

• Fractures And Broken Bones
• Loss Of Limbs
• Paralysis
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Burns, Lacerations, And More

The Road To Recovery Can Be A Challenging One



When a person's injuries are severe, the road to recovery is typically long, stressful, expensive. Why? Well, for one, individuals regularly have to miss work while they are trying to overcome their particular issues. That means they have no money coming in, but plenty of bills for things such as doctor visits, medications, and surgeries will be piling up. Due to financial hardships, sometimes, accident victims have to choose between the care that they need and paying for their rent/mortgages, light bills, and even groceries.

An Accident Attorney May Be Able To Be Of Assistance



If a negligent driver causes an accident, which leads to significant injuries, the victim may be entitled to fair compensation for damages. Just FYI, acts of negligence include items such as operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol, speeding, and distracted driving. Many times, insurance companies elect to give injured parties the run-around, though. To begin with, insurers like to throw out low-ball settlement numbers from the get-go. Persons who accept these sums usually do so as they do not know any better. Then, later on, they discover that the amounts are not enough to cover their expenses.

These organizations even go as far as to try to get victims to sign their rights to compensation away. They include lines of fine printing on documents to accomplish the feat. The pages and signatures don't normally hold up in a court of law, but they cause delays and bring the entire ordeal to what seems like a complete standstill. Additionally, insurers may attempt to twist and distort the truth, making it look as if the victim holds all or at least some of the blame. This action is taken to help them avoid paying out a settlement altogether.

An accident attorney is the ideal solution for showing insurance companies that you mean business. The professionals build strong cases by collecting witness statements, police reports, surveillance camera footage, driver histories, and more. Your legal team handles all of the negotiating and haggling so that you don't have to, and it gives you the ability to focus all of your attention on the most important thing, your recovery.

So, don't get stuck between a rock and a hard place trying to pay to recover from injuries that were no fault of your own. Instead, give our office a call today to schedule a free case review. We are more than happy to assist you in recovering the compensation that you deserve.