Auto Accident

Palm Beach Gardens Car Accident Lawyers

If you have suffered a serious injury in an auto accident that was not your fault, you have the right to seek compensation from the at fault parties. These cases can be extremely complex and it is important to have strong representation behind you from the start. Our attorneys have the experience, knowledge, and commitment to properly handle your case.

Representatives from the at fault parties’ insurance companies, or your own insurance company, may contact you. Other than reporting your claim to your insurance company, you should not give them a statement about the accident before consulting with an attorney. You may accidentally give them a basis to fight your claim.

If one of the at fault parties was a city, county, or state employee, speak with an attorney immediately as there are special procedures which must be done before filing a claim.

If the crash was caused as the result of a highway or roadway defect, special procedures apply in order for you to file a legal claim and recover compensation for your injuries.

Serious auto accidents require the guidance of an experienced attorney. The attorneys at Personal Injury of Florida have years of experience with a proven track record in handling motor vehicle accident cases, including cases involving liability insurance, uninsured/under-insured motorists coverage, medical payments coverage, personal injury protection, and property damage claims.

Our experienced trial lawyers will work with your physicians and other medical professionals to assess and review all of the short and long term medical aspects of your case. They have a detailed understanding of Florida automobile insurance and liability laws, the different sources of recovery available to car accident victims and their families, as well as the various theories of liability that enable victims to collect from parties who caused them harm. Contact one of our attorneys for a free consultation.

No fee unless we recover for you.

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