Miami Auto Accident Lawyer
Many persons involved in a car accident believe they do not need an attorney to handle their case. This is a common mistake made by victims of car accidents.
Like motorcycle accidents, insurance companies are quick to contact victims of car accidents to secure a statement and/or settlement before the victim has had an opportunity to consult with an attorney. It is very unlikely that the insurance company will make a fair offer if the insurance company knows the victim is not attorney represented.
How Can a Miami Car Accident Attorney Help You?
If you or someone you care about was recently involved in a car accident, it is very important that a thorough investigation of the accident and all facts surrounding it be conducted as soon as possible. If not, the evidence can be lost and/or destroyed. Having evidence and legal representation can make all the difference in the your ability to receive fair and adequate compensation for your damages.
The Perez-Gurri Law Firm will handle all aspects of your car accident case, from filing the claim with the appropriate insurance companies, to managing the collection and payment of all medical bills, and the repair of your vehicle. Under Florida law, most car accident victims have to prove that they suffered a permanent injury before they can recover money for pain and suffering. We will explain this law to you and how it affects your case.
What to do after a Car Accident:
- Report accident to the police
- Take photographs of all vehicles involved
- Take photographs of all visible injuries
- Obtain the name and phone number of all witnesses
- Obtain immediate medical attention
- Do not speak to anyone but your attorney
You should consult with an attorney who can advise you of your rights and the potential value of your damages. It is very likely that an insurance company adjuster or investigator will attempt to contact you and obtain your statement before you have had an opportunity to speak with an attorney.
It is always recommended that you speak to an attorney before you speak with a representative from an insurance company.
What you may be entitled to receive, including but not limited to:
- Payment of medical bills
- Payment of lost wages
- Payment of lost services
- Payment for loss of earning capacity
- Payment for physical pain and suffering
- Payment for emotional pain and suffering
- Payment for property damage