In Florida, automobile accidents can involve up to 5 types of claims:
- Bodily Injury Liability
- Uninsured Motorist
- No-Fault (“PIP”)
- Property Damage
- Evaluate evidence needed to prove fault
- If injured, seek medical treatment before losing PIP benefits (14 days)
- Call the police and ask for an accident report
- Get contact information of the other driver/owner
- Get insurance information from the other driver/owner
- Get contact information of witnesses
- Get photographs of the vehicles and scene
- Early Legal Consultation
- Collect and evaluate evidence of fault
- Find all potentially responsible parties
- Minimize loss and destruction of evidence
- Minimize your out-of-pocket expenses
- Consult an attorney before giving a recorded statement
Give statements to insurance company ONLY with attorney assistance
Contact us for a free consultation. We will evaluate your claim and show you the path to recovery at no risk to you. You pay no fee or costs unless you make a recovery.
Yes, 14 days. If you are injured in an automobile accident, you should get medical treatment as soon as possible. You may lose PIP benefits if you do not get treatment within 14 days of the accident.
Yes, but it could result in your receiving much less compensation than you are entitled.
Yes. However, it is better to at least consult a lawyer before reaching a settlement or giving a recorded statement. We offer free consultations so you can learn the risks involved when you resolve a claim without legal advice.
Every case is different. We know how to expedite the process when our client needs a speedy resolution. However, it usually takes more time to maximize the client’s recovery. We will advise you of the options and design an approach that meets your objectives.