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Fort Lauderdale Car Accident Lawyer

Fort Lauderdale Car Accident Lawyers

Car accidents are one of the most common ways that people get injured in Florida, specifically Fort Lauderdale. Fort Lauderdale is a city north of Miami and located in Broward County. With almost 200,000 people in the city, Fort Lauderdale has become a hotspot for young people to work and move into. Even though some car accidents end up in nothing more than just some property damage and the car in the shop, about half of car accidents end up in injury and more than just property damage. The worst part is when it’s not your fault. Getting injured at the hands of another person’s negligence is quite terrible. The accident wasn’t even your fault, yet you’re injured and your life is currently on hold (depending on how severe your injuries were). Things like surgery, treatment, and therapy can cause you to lose time off work, lose your job, or just lose your ability to earn income at that moment or for a very long time. This confusing and painful consequence can leave you truly wondering if you can recover or are even eligible for financial compensation. 

At the law firm of FLL Accident Lawyers, we strive to serve you and prioritize you and your health. If you or a loved got injured in a car accident in Fort Lauderdale, call our car accident lawyers. The FLL Accident Lawyers have always had a reputation in Fort Lauderdale for serving those that have been put in unfortunate situations because of the negligence of another party. We provide free consultation and legal guidance for you. We don’t win until YOU win, calling for a free consultation on your injuries is not only informative and stress-relieving, it is free. Call us at 954-519-6353. 

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Our Fort Lauderdale Accident Lawyers Practice Areas

Our team of lawyers want to make sure that you can be taken care of for any kind of accident or personal injury that you are going through. Personal injury can happen through a variety of means. Personal injury is not delegated to just car accidents. Personal injury can happen through different ways, and our lawyers handle these kinds of personal injury cases: 

Car Accidents in Fort Lauderdale

Our main area of practice is car accidents in Fort Lauderdale. If you or a loved one got injured in a car accident in Fort Lauderdale, our car accident lawyers may be able to help you. Our attorneys will give you a free consultation and further evaluate your case to see how we can be of assistance to you. Don’t feel hopeless because you are severely injured and you FEEL like it’s your fault. Make sure to consult a car accident lawyer to exercise your legal options and get the financial compensation that you deserve. 

Truck Crashes in Fort Lauderdale

Although truck accidents and car accidents may seem the same because they are both vehicles, an accident involving a truck in Fort Lauderdale can get complicated because the truck is not owned by the truck driver at times. In most cases, the truck driver is not the actual owner of the vehicle. The truck is actually owned by a trucking company. The trucking company is responsible for the training and the regular maintenance of the truck. If you or a loved one got in a truck accident in Fort Lauderdale, don’t think it’s hopeless. Consult a truck accident lawyer in Fort Lauderdale to see if the trucking company abided by the proper rules and regulations in training the truck driver and maintaining the truck.

Motorcycle Accidents in Fort Lauderdale

Motorcycles are a forever popular form of transportation for young people. This makes motorcycles quite common in Fort Lauderdale. However, an accident involving a motorcycle can become deadly for the cyclist. The damage that one can get exposed to during a motorcycle accident in Fort Lauderdale can be very high because there is no protection for the cyclist. A motorcycle is not only smaller than almost all motor vehicles on the road, it literally has no protection other than the helmet. If you or a loved one is a victim of a motorcycle accident in Fort Lauderdale, a motorcycle accident lawyer can possibly help you with legal guidance. 

Accidents With Public Transportation

Public transportation like buses are generally safe. The bus drivers have years of experience, the routes are fairly safe and it is rare that a bus driver has to drive for extensive amounts of time on a highway (which is where a large percentage of accidents happen in Fort Lauderdale). If you or loved one got struck by a bus or got injured WHILE riding the bus, our accident lawyers in Fort Lauderdale can give you the legal guidance to pursue the next step. The most important factor in an accident case, but especially in an accident involving public transportation, is determining liability. Liability is basically determining who is at fault for the accident. Without determining liability, there is no case. If you feel like the accident was caused by another party, whether it was the bus driver or another driver, call an accident lawyer for legal guidance.

Slip and Fall Accidents in Fort Lauderdale

Slip and fall accidents are when you literally slip and fall because of the negligence of another party. The negligence can be that they failed to put up a sign to warn of a defective floor. Slippery floor, broken floor, the problems can range in a wide variety. Your accidents aren’t limited to just slip and falls though. These are also known as premises liability accidents. It basically means that your personal injury happened on another person or entity’s property. For example, the apartment complex you live at suddenly has a crack in the sidewalk you walk on everyday. Because you didn’t know of the crack and there was no warning, you tripped on the crack and you got injured heavily. Broken bones, cuts and bruises, the full 9 yards. This kind of accident is known as a premises liability accident. A personal injury lawyer can help you get the legal guidance you may need to legally fight the entity at fault.

Pedestrian Accidents in Fort Lauderdale

Pedestrian accidents are common in Florida. Roads in Florida are wide and allow for cars to drive at fast speeds. Speed limits that are at 45 mph in local roads, and drivers that don’t abide by the speed limit pose problems to the regular pedestrian. However, drivers on the road have a duty to uphold safety while they are on the road. This safety includes not only their own, but of others. If you or a loved one was injured in a pedestrian accident in Fort Lauderdale and feel like the other driver was breaching their duty to uphold the safety of others, give our accident lawyers a call. Our accident lawyers in Fort Lauderdale will give you a free consultation for legal guidance on how to take care of the next step. 

Bicycle Accidents in Fort Lauderdale

We talked about motorcycles, but bicyclists are also a victim of accidents in Fort Lauderdale. Similar to motorcycles and also pedestrians, bicycles are fun to ride and provide lots of flexibility and mobility while on the road. However, they also have the downsides of both motorcycles and pedestrians. Similar to motorcycles, bicycles have zero protection from any sort of impact or damage. Even a minor hit will send you flying off the bike. On the other hand, just like pedestrians, bicycles get their own lane as well. However, it is still dangerous because of how wide roads are and how fast drivers are on the road. With all these factors in mind, it is still imperative that drivers don’t breach their duty to keep the safety of the road. If you feel like you or a loved one was injured out of the negligence of another driver, contact a bicycle accident lawyer in Fort Lauderdale for a free consultation to get legal guidance. 

Uber Accidents in Miami and Lyft Accidents in Miami

Ride sharing has become much more popular throughout the last few years. Lots of people now choose to use Uber or Lyft in Miami to commute to/from work. However, this also leads to more Uber/Lyft accidents in Miami. Uber/Lyft drivers are not exceptional drivers or exempt from car accidents in Miami. They are also victims to distractions, weather conditions, and accidents. The chances of an accident from an Uber are possibly lower because they are required to have little to no accidents on their records. In addition, they must go through certain background checks so that the companies can see that they are mildly qualified to drive others around in any condition. Even with these precautionary measures put in place, if you or a loved one got injured as a result of your Uber/Lyft driver being negligent, an Uber/Lyft accident lawyer from FLL Accident Lawyers can provide legal guidance for you. Uber and Lyft cases can both get very complicated. They are not the same as regular drivers since the drivers are more like contractors for the companies rather than employees. But, don’t immediately just give up. Call a personal injury lawyer in Fort Lauderdale. 

Fort Lauderdale Work Accidents 

If you or a loved one is a victim of an accident at the workplace, a work accident lawyer in Fort Lauderdale can provide the legal guidance for you to be able to pursue the next step in your case for possible financial compensation. Accidents that happen at the workplace are a little more complicated than regular personal injury incidents because of the nuances that come with worker’s comp. In addition, your employer will probably not want to pay up all the medical costs that you had to go through because it would also be costly for them as well. If you’re going through serious injuries as a result of a defective product or dangerous workplace, call a Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyer for legal guidance on how to tackle your case. 

Injured In A Car Accident In

Fort Lauderdale?

Our accident lawyers can give you legal guidance to

figure out the next step for financial compensation

How To Recover From a Personal Injury Accident in Fort Lauderdale

The goal for any injury that happens to you is to recover from it both financially and physically. Your goal isn’t to stay injured forever and live your life in a compromised state. How successful your case can end up is dependent on you and the way you approach the case. Case success depends on how severe your case was, the nature of your accident, and the type of injuries you are dealing with. Any personal injury that has compromised your life will require a thorough investigation. No third party will pay up all the costs without proper evidence and proof that not only were your injuries were caused by the other party, but that your injuries are even real. Here are some critical pieces of information that prove to be very useful:

Photos and Videos

Words, in the end, are hearsay. They are not actual pieces of evidence that can be used in court or to prove in any situation that you were actually injured. Words are just words. However, photos and videos are solid pieces of evidence that can provide a visual of how your injuries actually are. Of course, these photos must be relevant. 

If you got in a car accident in Fort Lauderdale, pictures of the damage to your car, damages to the other person’s car, the traffic conditions, the streets, and bodily injuries to both parties can prove to be useful in your case. If you are a victim of an accident at work, taking pictures of the actual situation that caused your accident can be used in your favor in the case. Pictures of the actual defective/dangerous object like a slippery floor with no warning, hole in the wall, misplaced furniture, etc. In addition, pictures of your actual injuries will also prove to be helpful as well. 

Witness Statements

Once you hire an accident lawyer from Fort Lauderdale, they will interview possible witnesses of the accident. How does that even happen though? For example, if you got in an accident at work, we will start the investigation by questioning your other employees. If something from a home goods store fell off the rack and hit your head to the point that you needed surgery, our accident lawyers would ask the employees questions about the workplace and other possible bystanders. 

Normally though, witnesses can be hard to come across. This is not the end all be all for evidence, our accident lawyers can work off other pieces of evidence as well.

Police Report

A police report is normally given at the scene of a car accident. A police report can provide insight on what authority figures thought about the accident. In addition to details from the police, the police report can also show the insurance agents and adjusters the necessary details to prove that you were actually injured and also the nature of your injuries.

Although a police report isn’t necessary, not having one does raise a few questions, so having one is always good. Not having one, but being severely injured, can look fishy. Normally, a severe injury is a consequence of a serious accident. A serious accident will always call for the action of the police. So if your serious injury doesn’t actually have a police report, it may prove to be a problem.

Talking To The Insurance Agents

After an injury, insurance agents will try to call you and get the details of your injuries. In any case, our accident lawyers will never recommend that you talk to the insurance agents. Why? Because the insurance agents aren’t actually looking out for you. In many cases, although they will offer an initial settlement amount that sounds good, it is a very low amount of money in most cases. It is unfair to you, because you have most likely not finished treating, and pressuring you to accept the initial amount will put you in an unfair situation. 

Our accident lawyers will always tell you to not accept the initial offer from the insurance company. In fact, unless you are properly represented, we never recommend talking to the insurance agents on your own.

Medical Records

The most important piece of evidence, and something that you CANNOT be without. Your medical records literally indicate how your case will go. Your medical records will highlight and detail the severity of your injuries and the nature of your injuries. Medical records will also show important pieces of information such as:

  • An accurate diagnosis from your doctor about the nature and severity of your injuries
  • Possible future health complications
  • Your possible recovery period
  • Pre-existing medical conditions
  • Prescribed medication
  • Recommendations for follow-up treatment, surgery, or therapy

 

All these forms of evidence and proof can help you with your case. The more of these pieces of evidence that you provide, the stronger your case can be. Although it is preferred that you provide some of the initial evidence, our accident lawyers are more than equipped to investigate your case and find the pieces of information that will help your case to get financial compensation. 

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What Kind of Damages Can I Recover From

Our goal has never changed. As personal injury lawyers in Fort Lauderdale, our main goal is to make sure that you recover from your injuries. Especially if your injuries were caused by negligence. 

Damages can be split into two groups, economic and non-economic damages. Another name for these two kinds of damages are special and general damages. In almost all cases, special/economic damages are the ones you can get financial compensation for, which include:

  • Medical treatment such as
    • Treatment
    • Surgery
    • Therapy 
  • Current medical care and future medical care
  • Medical assistance equipment such as wheelchairs, lifts, walkers, crutches, and other relevant devices
  • Lost wages
  • Lost ability to produce current and future income
  • Property damage
  • Wrongful death

 

To avoid further complication in your case, we always recommend that you keep all your records in a safe place for later use. Having these records makes it easier to keep track of your expenses and also calculate the possible amount you may need at the end. Remember that the point of financial compensation isn’t to just help you now, but also later. 

What Our Fort Lauderdale Accident Lawyers Will Do To Help You

When you hear of an “accident lawyer” or a “personal injury lawyer” the first thing that may come up in your mind is someone that tries to bag a quick buck off the injuries of someone. Maybe they’ll help you, maybe they won’t. Sometimes, it seems like you might get the roll of the dice and get a good lawyer, and sometimes you just didn’t get lucky.

When you sign with an accident lawyer from FLL Accident Lawyers, you will have your rights protected throughout the entire process. Our lawyers will make sure that the insurance companies and other party’s lawyers don’t take advantage of you. Frustration, confusion, and stress can make you say certain things that the lawyers and insurance companies will want you to say so that they can take advantage and possibly lower your settlement offer. The last thing you should be doing while recovering from your car accident injuries is talking to lawyers, adjusters, and insurance company agents that are trying to be uncooperative so that they can achieve their own agendas and move on to the next step in the case without any consideration for you.

Our accident lawyers in Fort Lauderdale will always try to settle the case outside of the court. It is not our primary goal to settle cases in court. However, the insurance companies and lawyers are not always cooperative. Low settlement offers, contrasting stories, and an unwillingness to give you the money that you deserve will result in us taking the case to court so that you may get financial compensation. In the case that the case becomes uncooperative, we WILL take it to court, but in most cases, our lawyers will settle the case outside of the court and before it reaches the judge through these means (depending on your injuries): 

  • Business liability insurance
  • Homeowner’s insurance
  • Auto liability insurance
  • Other possible insurers that such as those that cover trucks, boats, or any motor vehicle that caused your injuries

In most cases, getting your financial compensation through these means will prove to be enough to settle the case. But, this is not always the case. When there is no fair settlement for you, our accident lawyers will immediately prepare to file suit and WILL file suit. 

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Injured In A Car Accident In

Fort Lauderdale?

Our accident lawyers can give you legal guidance to

figure out the next step for financial compensation

Statute of Limitations On Your Car Accident Case

Under Florida law, you have 4 years to file suit on a case for damages. This 4 year statute of limitations is only applicable for damages caused by motor vehicles. Whether the motor vehicle was a truck, train, car, motorcycle, bicycle, etc, they all fall under the 4 year statute of limitations.

On the other hand, if a loved one died because of the injuries, you have 2 years to file suit for the wrongful death in Fort Lauderdale. 

These statutes are quite general though, and they may actually be much shorter if it was caused by different entities. For example, if a government agency or entity caused the injuries or death, the statute can possibly be shorter. Once the statute of limitations passes, there is little to no chance of any lawyer or any entity to take up your case. Even if you have severe injuries and you had to have so much surgery you could pay for college 3 times over with that debt, once the statute of limitations passes, it is unlikely to be taken seriously. Consult an accident lawyer in Fort Lauderdale and get all the details and the rundown on how to approach your case for financial compensation. 

Proving Negligence For You Injuries

Negligence is when someone fails to abide by a certain duty to uphold safety. This can be done on accident or on purpose, but the point is that they knew that there was a duty to uphold safety and they did not follow that duty. This entire premise is what our accident lawyers are trying to prove and establish.

Establishing Duty of Care

The most important part is the first step. There must be a premise that the liable party had to uphold this duty of care. All motor vehicle operators are supposed to act in a way that is safe for not only themselves but also others. This also applies to other areas. Business owners are obligated to keep their business safe for everyone. Homeowners/property owners are obligated to keep their property safe from possible hazards.

Failure to Keep Their Duty of Care

The next step in an accident case for your injuries is to establish that the liable party did, in fact, breach their duty of care. For example, the driver was distracted (sleeping on the wheel, texting and driving, calling someone while driving, changing the radio, etc) and because they weren’t looking at the road, they crashed into you and caused your accidents. Another example is commonly in businesses. Let’s say you walked into a homegoods store to buy wood panels, but one of the panels fell on you while you weren’t looking. That is the business’s failure to uphold the safety in their business. Because they failed to maintain their business properly and take out the possible hazards, you got injured. 

Cause Of Injury

The next step in determining your financial compensation is whether the failure to keep their duty of care ACTUALLY caused your injury. Businesses will do as much as possible to distribute the fault to other parties. Distributing the fault allows for other parties to take the blame as well and the business has to pay less for being responsible for the accident. Partial responsibility doesn’t mean that you are automatically disqualified from getting any financial compensation. It is not simply black and white where if you are responsible you get the compensation, while if you are found to be partially responsible, you will get nothing. That is not how it works.

As long as you can prove that your injuries were tied in relation with the negligence of the liable party, then financial compensation is not off the table. 

Severity of Damages

Once liability is established, your damages must be financially calculable. Damages such as medical bills, surgery, treatment, therapy, lost wages, lost ability to work, or property damage. These are all damages that can be accounted for through financial receipts. Without any financial backing to your case, there is no way to actually prove that your injuries were real. Damages like pain and suffering are not enough to prove your damages. In reality, your pain and suffering can’t be high, while your financial damages are not there. Pain and suffering goes alongside your economic damages. One or the other can’t be high, while the other is low. 

How to Expect Your Case To Progress

It is without a doubt that if you have never been in a personal injury case or a car accident case in Fort Lauderdale, the process to getting your financial compensation might seem lengthy and sometimes dragged out. Here is how the process for financial compensation after a car accident injury goes down:

  1. Initial investigation. It is literally as the phrase says. Our accident lawyers and team will immediately start to gather preliminary evidence like photos and videos to start building your case and seeing how we can help you get the financial compensation that you may be entitled to. Other pieces of evidence that will be reviewed and brought up are police reports, witness statements, body cams, and street cameras.
  2. Settlement offers and negotiations. Once the liable insurance company finds out that you got injured, they will start sending you settlement offers. Never settle for the initial settlement offer that is brought up because it is almost never enough to cover the full extent of your injuries. Even if it seems nice, consult your accident lawyer before making any decision.
  3. Filing suit. If there is no agreement on the settlement amount, then the next step is to file suit on the case. In most cases, the case can be settled outside the court through negotiations. In a small percentage of cases, the other party will not agree, which means we must file suit to get your financial compensation.
  4. Discovery. Both sides will get to exchange information before the litigation to get more insight.
  5. Deposition. The deposition is questioning a living, breathing witness for further questions before the actual hearing. If you have watched any criminal law shows on Netflix, you would see lawyers bringing out a surprise witness right before the case to catch the other side off guard. This is actually very rare and is seen as unfair in real life. In reality,  a deposition serves the purpose of getting to know the case better so that there aren’t any surprises to either party. 
  6. Mediation. During this step, our accident lawyers will always try to negotiate a fair settlement offer so that you can get your financial compensation. 

In reality, it is rare that every single case goes through all these steps. However, if we must go through the entire process, we will go through it. Defending your rights in court and making sure that you are given proper financial compensation is what we pride ourselves on. 

What Do Our Accident Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale Do

What will our lawyers do for you? Well, our lawyers especially pride ourselves on making sure that the process is as stress-free as possible. Our team of accident attorneys will:

  • Be available 24/7 for any question you have regarding your case
  • Take care of all the communications between all parties. 
  • Negotiate settlement amounts
  • Collect and investigate evidence
  • File lawsuits
  • Handle communication from insurance agents and adjusters.

Being a responsive, transparent, and relatable law firm is what we pride ourselves on. We want to make sure that all your questions are answered and that you aren’t constantly stressing about your case. 

Fort Lauderdale Accident Lawyers is a No Win No Fee Law Firm

Our law firm is a contingency based law firm. You don’t have to pay a single penny until we win you your case. Many people avoid law firms and anything to do with lawyers because the lawyer fees can be expensive. They can easily make any financial compensation that you win from the case null because of how heavy it can be at times. This is why we are a contingency based law firm. Our law firm wants to make sure that you are taken care of before ANY payment is taken. We only take our fees from a percentage of your final winnings. 

We work on a contingency basis because we believe that it helps to take off the money factor until the end while also showing that we are all in it to win the case with you.

Does this mean that if we lose the case, our law firm doesn’t take any payment? This is absolutely correct.

Contacting an Accident Lawyer in Fort Lauderdale

At FLL Accident Lawyers, our goal has always been to fight for the rights of those that have been affected by car accident injuries caused by the negligence of another party.

The list of losses you can incur from a car accident can be extensive. Broken bones, medical bills, lost work, no wages, possible death. These are all possible consequences that can arise after a car accident in Fort Lauderdale.

If you or a loved one was a victim of a car accident in Fort Lauderdale and feel like you could be eligible for financial compensation for your injuries, call a car accident lawyers in Fort Lauderdale.

FAQ

What is a Car Accident Lawyer?

A car accident lawyer is a lawyer who provides legal services to those who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence of another person, company, government agency or any entity.

If you or a loved one got in a car accident in Fort Lauderdale and need legal guidance for the injuries and the damages that you are dealing with, a car accident lawyer in Fort Lauderdale can help you. Our team at FLL Accident Lawyers are experienced with decades of cases, millions of dollars won, and hundreds of clients served and still serving.

Do I Even Need a Car Accident Lawyer?

Though it is not necessary, when you get injured and feel pain after the accident or incident, it is necessary to call and consult with a lawyer, since they are the ones that will know who to refer you to. They will also know how to get the maximum amount of compensation so that you don’t lose money out of pocket.

You might also need a lawyer if the other party got injured and is feeling pain after the accident. Laws can get complicated in Florida and especially in Miami, so once you are getting sued or maybe held responsible for the injuries of the other person, then it is important to get a lawyer that will know the ins and outs of the law and how to deal with the case at hand.

What Determines the Value of a Case?

The value of a case is determined by how much damage was done and how much you have treated for the damage. To be compensated, you must have spent money on your damages.

Damages can be separated into two kinds. Economic and non-economic. Economic damages are those that can be calculated like:

  • surgery bills
  • medical bills
  • prescription medication receipts
  • therapy sessions
  • injections
  • property damage
  • lost wages
  • inability to earn an income
  • lost job
  • funeral costs
  • and more

In addition to economic damages, the rest of the damages can come from something called non-economic damages. Non-economic damages are those that can’t be financially compensated or objectively calculated through money. Non-economic damages include:

  • stress
  • pain
  • suffering
  • distress
  • trauma
  • depression
  • inability to feel emotion
  • possibly worse emotional distress
  • and more

This list may sound vague and arbitrary and subjective to everyone, but that is the point. Non-economic damages are subjective and unique to each individual. An individual may suffer from little to no trauma at the end of a car accident, but the other party may feel crippling depression and the inability to drive. Non-economic damages differ from person to person and case to case.

Do I Have To Go To Court?

In most cases it is not necessary to go to court because the accident and damages can be covered by your insurance. In Florida, insurance will cover for you regardless if you were at fault or not at fault. So most of the financial damage can be covered, as long as the damages aren’t that big.

However, if the damages are severe and it seems that you may lose some days at work because of damage to your car or you yourself, then I highly recommend going to court and filing a suit against the other party so that you can recover what you lost or will lose financially.

Another reason why you may be summoned to court is because YOU are being sued by the other party for damages. This is a common move and this is mainly why I recommend hiring a lawyer. You can be protected and also in the know of what is happening to you. In this case, the driver is basically trying to make you responsible for what happened and have you pay for the accident, even though it may not be your fault.

Should I Hire a Car Accident Lawyer For MY Case?

If you are in the middle of an accident case, then the answer is always yes. You should always hire or know a lawyer just in case. Although you may not be personally held responsible at the moment, there are many times that someone will decide to sue you because they were injured in the accident.

It does not necessarily mean that it is your fault, but it is possible that the other party decides to sue you for damages. This is definitely when people panic and start to go crazy because they are being sued for money. Thousands and thousands of dollars that you could possibly lose and there are so many terms that you have no idea about. One wrong move and everything could go down the drain.

Because of this precaution and the possibility that you may be dragged into a long legal battle, it is recommended that you keep a lawyer that you personally know so that you can be covered IF the situation gets messy.

When Should I Hire an Attorney After a Car Accident?

Ideally, you should hire an attorney immediately and consult them immediately. Especially if you are held responsible for the accident and you feel wronged, you need to hire a good attorney to cover you.

All the insurance companies have teams of attorneys that IMMEDIATELY look at the case and determine what they can do. Obviously, you by yourself cannot just contest a whole team of attorneys and lawyers. That is when we step in. At FLL Accident Lawyers, we got you covered, with our qualified team of individuals that have dedicated their lives to making sure that you are compensated properly.

So, if you feel wronged and think that the other party should be held responsible for negligence, then check out the rest of the website and see the kind of work we do for people that have been personally injured by an entity.

What Are The Duties of a Car Accident Lawyer?

As a personal injury lawyer, my job is to make sure that you are protected and compensated for the damage you received.

When you are hurt, you may have had to take days off work, pay for the medical bills, and suffer through the psychological and physical pain.

It is my duty as a personal injury lawyer to make sure that you are financially compensated for the damages done to you from negligence. It could be anything, from not putting up a warning sign, or a driver fell asleep on the wheel, or a worker not looking where he was going. Anything where the entity responsible did not give a warning or was not careful, we are able to help you get financial compensation.

Our Works

Our team of lawyers, with their decades of experience and the 100s of cases that they have handled, will make the process of going through an accident case smooth and stress-free.

Dealing with pain after an accident? Neck hurts after an accident? Paying too much in medical bills for an accident that isn’t your fault? Give us a call. We can help.

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