No one ever expects to be involved in a car accident, even though they happen every day. Many motorists who are involved in a crash find themselves confused and uncertain about how to pursue compensation for their car accident injuries and the property damage that was caused.
Any unnecessary delay in hiring an attorney could ruin any chances of maximum compensation, so if you have been injured in a crash, you need to immediately start looking for a lawyer for your car accident case in Coral Gables.
Here at Mesa Law Firm, our car accident lawyer has the necessary legal knowledge as well as the resources to study your case in detail in order to fight for you from every angle. We are prepared to help you obtain the highest possible compensation for your injuries in any car accident scenario, from "fender benders" to vehicle rollovers. Over the years, our legal team has handled a vast number of car accident claims on the behalf of clients from all walks of life. This has provided us with invaluable experience in this area of the law, and we are prepared to help you seek justice for your car accident.
Do not face the big insurance companies alone. They will doubtlessly retain legal representatives to defend them, so make sure you have our firm on your side as well. Mesa Law Firm is well-equipped and ready to handle any car accident injury case:
By hiring our firm, you will soon become a part of our family and find out how dedicated we are to recovering as much as possible for our clients. We also remain affordable by charging contingency fees. If you have been injured in a car accident, and need a lawyer for your personal injury case in Coral Gables, do not hesitate to learn how we could help you file a car accident claim and review our car accident FAQ page.
The injuries caused by a car accident can range from cuts and scratches to broken bones and whiplash to burn injuries and other catastrophic injuries as well. If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by the negligence of another person, you may be able to seek compensation to pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and more.
There are many different causes of car accidents, and each situation is unique and requires detailed knowledge and understanding of relative Florida traffic laws.
Distracted drivers are one of the main causes of car accidents today. Drivers face more distractions on the road than ever before, and cell phones have contributed substantially to the large number of accidents throughout Florida. Text messaging and talking on cell phones while driving is dangerous because it distracts a driver visually, manually and cognitively. Other distracted driving activities include eating, messing with the radio, changing clothes, and talking to passengers.
Some car accidents take place because the driver loses control of his or her vehicle. This can happen when the streets or highways have been poorly designed or maintained. Drivers and passengers who are injured in accidents caused by inadequate road design may be able to seek compensation from the company or government entity responsible for designing or maintaining the road or street where the accident occurred.
Have you been injured in a car accident where the other driver did not have enough insurance to pay for your damages or injuries? This happens more commonly than you may think, and yet you may be tricked into thinking that nothing can be done to recover compensation for your injuries. With the help of a Miami car accident lawyer at our firm, we can help you pursue the insurance coverage that is available when drivers are underinsured and involved in an accident.
When a driver is found to be liable for an accident, he or she will be required to pay for all relative damage and personal injury. If the responsible driver does not have insurance coverage, the injured accident victims may still be able to find the financial compensation they need and deserve through uninsured motorist coverage. State law can require insurance companies to cover their client's damages and injuries when the other motorist does not have enough coverage, so do not settle for less than the compensation you are entitled to.
Hundreds of thousands of people are involved in a car accident in the United States every year. In 2010, Florida alone saw more than 235,000 crashes and more than 2,400 car accident fatalities.