Florida Vehicle Accidents Attorney

Regardless of who was at fault in the accident, victims should seek the counsel of an experienced Florida automobile accident attorney or car accident lawyer to protect your legal rights.

Chances are that if you travel in a motor vehicle, you may eventually be involved in an accident. NHTSA (National Highway Transportation Safety Administration) statistics for the year 2001 reported that there were over 3 million people injured due to motor vehicle accidents and 41,300 injuries resulted in death. An Experienced Florida Attorney in this field will advance the costs and expenses necessary to successfully litigate these cases.

  • 25% of the fatalities occurred to people under the age of 25.
  • 40% of the fatalities were related to alcohol.
  • 63% of the fatalities were caused from improper seat belt use.

Always carry automobile insurance and make sure you have a provision for uninsured/underinsured motorist in your policy. Florida statistics report that close to 25% of all motor vehicles operated in the state do not have insurance.

Your liability insurance will cover your damages as well as your passengers. It will also cover any damages to the other party if the accident was your fault. However, if the accident was not your fault and the other party does not have enough insurance to cover your damages (underinsured), or worse has no coverage at all (uninsured), your uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage will pick up the costs. An Experienced Florida Lawyer in this topic will fight and fight and fight for you.

If you have been involved in an automobile accident in Florida, you may be able to file a claim against the negligent driver to recover all of your damages including property damage, medical costs, personal suffering, future losses and, in some cases, punitive damages.

Never proceed with a negligence claim without first obtaining legal advice. An attorney experienced in the practice of personal injury law knows the court system, can cut through insurance company red tape, and will make sure you are justly compensated for all current and future damages. A knowledgeable Florida Injury Attorney in the Brain Injury Claims subject will assist you to successfully litigate these cases.

Florida All Terrain Vehicle Accident

All Terrain Vehicles (commonly referred to as ATVs) are used throughout the country by children and adults for recreational and work related purposes. The vehicles have gas powered engines and come in 2, 3 and 4 wheeled models. The first All Terrain Vehicle was introduced in the early 1970's by Honda. Each year in the United States many adults and children are injured in All Terrain Vehicle accidents. If you have been involved in an ATV-related accident you may be entitled to pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of earnings, and future loss of earnings.

Here are some statistics regarding All Terrain Vehicles:

  • In the United States in the past 5 years it has been estimated that ATV-related injuries have doubled
  • ATV-related injuries requiring emergency room assistance have increased over 100 percent in a recent 5 year period.
  • Many ATVs weigh between 500 and 1,000 pounds
  • Many ATVs can travel up to 75 miles per hour

Florida Bus Accident

With gas prices escalating on a seemingly daily basis, commuters are turning to alternate modes of transportation to get to and from their destinations. One of the most accessible of these modes of commute is public transportation, especially taking the bus. City buses, charter buses, and school buses all crowd our streets on a daily basis. With these large vehicles in such close proximity to autos and pedestrians, accidents are inevitable.

Bus accidents can lead to serious personal injury and in extreme cases, death. They can be caused by a number of factors, such as:

  • negligence or lack of care and precaution of the driver
  • defective vehicle products
  • weather conditions
  • dangerous roadways
  • Improper maintenance leading to mechanical failure of the bus.

Florida Truck Accidents

The amount of truck traffic on our Florida highways is evident everyday during rush hour. These large trucks crowd our congested freeways carrying parcels to and from various destinations. Rock trucks, Semi’s, dump trucks, 18-wheelers, and garbage trucks are a few of the many types of trucks we all share the road with on a daily basis. These trucks cause serious injuries or even death when they are involved in an accident with a small or regular size auto or motorcycle. When those accidents and injuries are the result of negligence, as they often are, the law allows victims and their families to seek compensation for their losses. An Experienced Florida Personal Injury Lawyer in this field will advance the costs and expenses necessary to successfully litigate these cases.

Florida truck accidents are commonly caused by:

  • Inadequate driver training
  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Driver carelessness and negligence
  • Alcohol or drug use
  • Excessive speed or driving too fast for road conditions
  • Poor vehicle maintenance or improper safety equipment
  • Tire blowouts
  • Aggressive driving behavior by a truck driver
  • Improper parcel weight distribution (loading)

Florida Motorcycle Accidents

Many people in Florida enjoy riding motorcycles on our highways. Whether it’s the freedom of driving on the open road, saving money on gas, or taking advantage of a motorcycle’s small size to navigate congested roadways, more people are turning to motorcycles as their primary mode of transportation. With increased usage however, comes increased accidents and unfortunately, fatalities. In 2006 about 4,935 people were killed riding motorcycles of different kinds. It is also estimated that upwards of 45,000 people are injured in non-fatal motorcycle accidents each year.

Injuries sustained as a result of Florida motorcycle accidents are often traumatic and severe. Due to the nature of the mode of transport, there is not much protection between the motorcycle operator and the road, and high speed collisions with highway pavement can result in serious injury. Motorist’s inability to see motorcycles and their failure to give them the proper right of way also causes many Florida motorcycle accidents. Even when protected by a helmet and proper gear, motorcyclists can sustain traumatic spinal and brain injuries, permanent disability, and even death in a crash.

Florida SUV Rollovers

Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) are some of the most popular automobiles on Florida highways. It seems that all car manufacturers have their own versions of this type of vehicle, and consumers have snatched them up as quickly as they leave the assembly lines. Very often, consumers looking for family vehicles turn to SUVs because they have the room a growing family needs and their large dimensions give the appearance of safety. The frightening truth, however, is that many of these SUVs are designed poorly and that they are prone to accidents, especially Florida SUV Rollover Accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has shown that SUVs roll over almost three times as often as passenger cars and it is estimated that more than 10,000 people are killed in rollover accidents each year.

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If you or a loved one have been injured and need to talk to a seasoned team of professionals, please contact us immediately for a free consultation.

Our Vehicle Accidents Attorney team stands behind our clients and we go the extra mile to ensure they get the results, the personal attention, and the legal representation they need and deserve. We never charge you a fee unless we settle or win your case.

Our Vehicle Accidents Attorney team understands how much your future depends on the outcome of your case. We will fight for you and help you recover the maximum compensation available.

We are committed to successfully concluding EVERY case that we take.

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