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Auto Accident Attorneys
Our skilled personal injury lawyers know our roadways become increasingly dangerous when negligent drivers get behind the wheel.
Tourists crowd our roadways with distracted, impaired, and speeding drivers who are responsible for the majority of vehicle collisions.
According to the Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, last year alone, there were over 65,000 reported crashes that resulted in nearly 32,000 injuries and 298 fatalities.
When our clients are injured or tragically lose someone they love to negligence, we want to help them put their lives back together. That begins by providing free consultations, so our clients understand their legal rights and options to hold the liable party accountable for their full financial recovery.
What is the Major Cause of Car Accidents?
The major causes of car accidents include, but are not limited to:
- Alcohol or drug-impaired driving
- Distracted driving
- Fatigued driving
- Failing to obey traffic signs and signals
If you or someone you love has been hurt in a car accident, contact our skilled personal injury lawyers today to discuss your case during a free consultation.
Our dedicated car accident lawyers will outline your case to pursue the maximum financial recovery available for your unique case.
What Type of Compensation Can I Pursue After an Auto Accident?
Our auto accident attorneys assess each of our client’s unique cases based on the circumstances that caused their collision.
That includes evaluating their injuries and how they have impacted their day-to-day activities and overall quality of life, so together we can understand their complete financial needs.
That may include:
- Complete medical expenses
- Current and future lost wages, including diminished working capacity – when applicable
- Partial or full disability
- Property damage costs
Our Personal injury lawyers will thoroughly review your claim to ensure no detail is left to chance in our pursuit of damages, so you are not left paying these exorbitant costs out of pocket.
Contact us now for a free consultation to discuss your case. You will never pay for our services unless we successfully obtain financial compensation for your injuries.
What happens if I Lose a Loved One in a Car Accident?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were nearly 37,000 traffic-related deaths reported nationwide last year — 3,183 of those fatalities occurred on our roadways.
If your loved one was killed by a negligent driver, you may be eligible to pursue a wrongful death claim to recover the financial losses your family will experience because of your loss.
We know no amount of money will bring your loved one back, but it may help you pay the expenses associated with their death and take the time you need to fully grieve.
Wrongful death recovery costs may include:
- Medical costs incurred before his or her death
- Funeral and burial expenses
- Lost wages and benefits previously supplied by the deceased
- Value of support and services
- Loss of companionship, guidance, and protection
The family member who is eligible to pursue a wrongful death claim is often the beneficiary named in the deceased’s will. If one does not exist, the court will appoint a representative, which may include the deceased’s spouse, children, or parents.
Family members or estate representatives have two years to file a wrongful death claim. If you have lost a loved one, time is of the essence to begin investigating their loss, collecting evidence, and pursuing the negligent party who is liable for their death.
Contact Our Experienced Auto Accident Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation Today
If you have been hurt in a traffic collision or would like to pursue a wrongful death claim for the loss of your loved one, contact our experienced car accident lawyers to schedule a free consultation today by calling (786) 206-8807. We will outline your case and determine your eligibility for pursuing a claim without delay.
Our clients never pay for our services unless we successfully obtain financial compensation for their injuries. Call us now to learn more.