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The forces involved in auto accidents can cause a wide range of traumatic injuries, and drivers and passengers who have been injured will often face long and difficult roads to recovery. Under Florida’s “no-fault” insurance law, all accident victims can recover at least a portion of their medical bills and lost wages under their own personal injury protection (PIP) policies, and those who have suffered serious and permanent injuries can seek full financial compensation from the negligent drivers who are responsible for the harm they have endured. Road and vehicle defects can support claims for financial compensation as well; and, to make sure you recover the full compensation you and your family deserve, it is important that you speak with an attorney as soon as possible.
Our firm is comprised of experienced personal injury lawyers who have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for individuals who have suffered serious auto accident injuries. While most of our cases result in insurance settlements, we do not hesitate to take the insurance companies to court, and we have a proven record of success at trial. The long-term effects of traumatic injuries can be far greater than most people realize. Our legal team can help you understand the true cost of your accident-related injuries, and we can help you avoid settling too soon for less than you deserve.
All types of auto accidents have the potential to cause serious injuries. If you have been involved in an accident, it is important that you see a doctor promptly, as obtaining appropriate treatment can be crucial to both your physical wellbeing and your financial recovery. At Searcy Denney, we represent auto accident victims throughout Florida who have been diagnosed with all types of serious accident-related injuries, including:
While the medical costs associated with auto accident injuries can be substantial, in many cases, they are just a fraction of accident victims’ total losses. Under Florida law, accident victims are entitled to full compensation for all of the physical, emotional, and financial effects of their injuries, and calculating your total losses requires a comprehensive understanding of all of the various ways that your injuries impact your life. Along with coverage for the costs of diagnosis, treatment, surgery, rehabilitation, prescriptions and other medical expenses, you may also be entitled to compensation for your lost wages, lost future earning capacity, pain and suffering, and other financial and non-financial losses.
For more information about your right to compensation for injuries sustained in a Florida auto accident, we encourage you to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation. In order to protect your claim for maximum compensation, it is important that you take legal action as soon as possible. To speak with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers in confidence, call us at (800) 780-8607 or request an appointment online now.