A car wreck is not necessarily a technical term but it is a descriptive term for a car crash or an automobile accident. In the State of Florida, car wrecks come in different forms. Some are quite minor and can be described as a minor fender bender with no apparent personal injuries. Other car wrecks can involve quite substantial property damage and / or significant personal injuries. It should be noted that the property damage to the vehicle does not always match the severity of the injuries. A minor property damage car wreck can cause serious, life-long injuries while a car wreck involving a crushed car may end up with no personal injuries at all. Each car wreck and personal injury case should be evaluated on its own facts, merits, and circumstances.
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, attorney David Wolf handles a wide array of personal injury cases including those related to car accidents (car wrecks) and accidents involving a motorcycle, truck, bicycle, or pedestrian. David Wolf takes pride in his role as an attorney, advocate, and author. Over the past seven years, David Wolf has written 10 books that focus on personal injury cases and issues including the book titled - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights.
In the aftermath of a car wreck, there are many challenges and issues faced by the injury victim and family. Insurance companies are well represented by attorneys, investigators, adjusters, and representatives. The injury victim should also be represented by an experienced personal injury lawyer. David Wolf firmly believes in serving his clients by providing excellent legal representative. He is accessible to his clients and prospective clients days, nights, and weekends.
It should be noted that Florida has Automobile No-Fault Insurance Laws in place. This does not mean that a person gets away with being careless and negligent. It just means that an automobile injury case in the State of Florida is handled a certain way as to liability and responsibility for damages. David Wolf understands the intricacies of these laws and can explain to you how it all works. One particular aspect of the Florida No Fault Laws involves the requirement of a permanent injury to be entitled to certain damages. In Florida, an injury victim in most automobile accident cases or claims must establish that the injuries are permanent in nature to qualify for non-economic damages which include pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and mental anguish. As such, the one time visit to the family doctor for a minor neck pain would not establish by any means a permanent injury. Following an automobile accident, it is important for an injury victim to under the basic laws and insurance regulations. It is far better to get the information soon after the accident rather than to wait a year to figure things out.
Contact David Wolf for a Free Consultation. If he accepts the case for representation, the case would be handled on a Contingency Basis (No Recovery - No Fees. Get D Wolf today On Your Side - At Your Side.