The roads, streets, highways, expressways, interstates freeways, and toll roads are filled with literally millions of drivers and passengers on a daily basis in the State of Florida. The aftermath of a Florida Automobile Accident or Florida Automobile Crash can be quite challenging for the injury victim and the family. There are stress, pain, suffering, and the loss of enjoyment of life associated with the physical, mental, and economic injuries / damages. Let's face it. Life is complicated enough as to the day-to-day grind. When there are personal injuries, life gets even more complicated and stressful. Following a Florida Automobile Accident, there are resources available to injury victims; however, there is no recipe book or simple diagram to following. Keep this in mind. Every case involving a personal injury including a Florida Automobile Accident should be evaluated and handled based on the merits and the unique facts and circumstances of the case or claim. There is no "one-size fits all" approach to the handling of a personal injury case involving a Florida Automobile Accident. There are, however, common questions that arise in just about every personal injury case. These include the following:
- Should I seek medical treatment for personal injuries suffered in an automobile accident?
- Where should I seek medical treatment?
- Should I visit a local hospital emergency room?
- Should I set up an appointment with my primary care doctor
- Should I contact a personal injury attorney?
- Should I give a statement to my insurance automobile insurance?
- Should I give a statement to the other driver's automobile insurance company?
- Should I take photographs of the property damage to my vehicle?
- Should I take photographs of the property damage to the other driver's vehicle?
- Should I contact my automobile insurance company?
- Should I contact my automobile insurance agent?
- Will the Florida Automobile Accident affect my insurance rates and premiums?
There are literally hundreds of questions that arise in the aftermath of a Florida Automobile Accident. Because of the complexities of insurance, medical care, and the multitude of legal issues that arise, it is important for an injury victim to get advice, consultation, and legal representation from an experienced Florida Automobile Accident Attorney. Certainly, there are many attorneys out there handling personal injury cases. Many such attorneys rely on legal assistants, paralegals, case managers, and young associates to handle the calls and cases up front and even throughout the duration of the case. While it is great to have this support staff in place, it is vital that the injury victim has actual contact and advice from the experienced Florida Automobile Accident Personal Injury Attorney rather than the support staff and relatively new attorneys. With David Wolf, you get an experienced attorney with over 28 years of service to his clients who have ranged in age from infants to one special client who was over 106 years old. It is also important to note that the attorney works for the client - whether the client is a young adult with limited life experiences or one who is a CEO. The client should make the major decisions on the case but only after receiving the guidance, support, and legal advice from an experienced Florida Automobile Personal Injury Attorney.
Call David Wolf today if you have questions about an Automobile Accident that just took place or even one that took place a while ago. In Florida, there is generally a four year statute of limitations to pursue a legal case or claim for most personal injury cases. Of course, it is typically better to act sooner versus later. Time of of the essence in getting the right legal representation and medical treatment in place in the aftermath of a Florida Automobile Accident. You can reach David Wolf - days, nights, and holidays - just call, text, or e-mail David Wolf and you are that much closer to getting the advice, consultation, and legal representation that you deserve. David Wolf provides for a FREE CONSULTATION on all personal injury matters. If the case is accepted for formal legal representation, the case will be handled on a contingency basis. In other words, there will be no fees or costs charged by David A. Wolf UNLESS there is a financial recovery or settlement on the case.
Following an automobile accident, there are many challenges and stresses presented to the injury victim. One such challenge or stress is dealing with one or more automobile insurance companies. It should be noted that insurance companies do not provide legal representation or legal advice to injury victims. In most instances, even the injury victim's own insurance company has interest that are adverse to those of the injury victim. For instance, the victim's own insurance company may question or limit the payment of medical bills, compensation for wage loss, compensation for pain and suffering, and other requests or demands of the injury victim. Insurance companies are well staffed and well supported by insurance adjusters, insurance agents, investigators, risk managers, and, yes, attorneys. It only makes sense for the injury victim to have a Florida Personal Injury Attorney in place to protect and enforce the legal rights of the injury victim.
In most automobile accident cases, the automobile insurance company for each carrier will request the recorded or unrecorded statement of the injury victim. For some statements, the injury victim has a contractual obligation to provide a statement and otherwise cooperate. For other statements, it is purely optional as to whether a statement is provided. An injury victim should have a Florida Personal Injury Attorney in place as soon as possible to provide advice, guidance, and legal representation as to the statements requested and / or conducted by the automobile insurance company. It should be noted that the insurance adjuster is collecting information in the claim file that may end up being used against the injury victim during the claims process or the pendency of the legal case. Because of this, the injury victim should have a Florida Personal Injury Attorney in place to prepare and protect the injury victim.
David Wolf has been serving clients and the community for over 28 years. His strong work ethic drives his work day early in the morning through the evening hours including availability on weekends and holidays. He is available to his clients when they need him during every step of the claim or case. With David Wolf, you will have access to an experienced attorney. Get D Wolf - On Your Side - At Your Side.
- Causes of Car Accidents
- Types of Car Accidents (Vehicle and Persons Involved)
- Legal Liability and Responsibility
- Product Liability Related to Car Accident
- Special Circumstances - Reckless Driving
- Location of Car Accident - State of Florida
- Automobile Insurance and Coverage
- SUV Accidents
- Taxi Cab and Ride Sharing Accident
- Injuries Related to Car Accident
- Children Injured by Car Accident
- Wrongful Death - Fatal Car Accident
- Property Damage - Repairs, Diminished Value, and Total Loss
- Books by David Wolf Covering Car Accident Issues