Car Accident InjuriesTimely reporting and appropriate treatment is important if you or a loved one sustained injuries in a car accident. Our firm can fight for you and provide the information you need to protect your rights and interests. At the Allen Law Firm, P.A., we are dedicated to our clients. Our attorneys are experienced, knowledgeable, and compassionate, and they want to help remove the burden of dealing with your claim when you should be focusing on your health. In the state of Florida alone, over 395,000 automobile crashes occurred in 2016. Many of these crashes resulted in injuries. If you are in need of legal assistance, please call us. Our staff has years of experience in cases involving insurance and accidents, and many of our staff used to be actual adjusters handling claims. This is a clear advantage for us, and you, when we are dealing with the insurance companies.
Examples of Injuries Caused by Car AccidentsSome injuries that may be caused by motor vehicle accidents include:
- Broken bones / fractures
- Cuts / lacerations
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
- Back injuries, including herniated discs that may require surgery
- Neck injuries, including whiplash
- Knee injuries, including torn TCLs
- Chest injuries
- Vision impairment
How Can an Attorney Help You?Our attorneys can look into your accident and develop a cohesive plan to fight for compensation. We are experienced in these types of cases and can work to collect evidence that could help your case. This includes verbal testimony from eyewitnesses as well as expert witnesses, such as medical experts, physical evidence including damage to cars involved, paper evidence from your accident including the official police reports and your medical records, and GPS data from vehicles involved in the crash. We can pursue damages you deserve. This may include economic damages such as a loss of wages, loss of ability to earn an income to support your family, property damage, and medical bills that will continue to arrive in your mailbox. Reach out and talk to an attorney who will fight for you. The consultations are free, and you can call 24/7.