Front Impact Auto Accident
There is a common incident and danger in every community on a daily basis. That's right - an automobile accident. There are a wide variety of car accidents. One type of crash involves a front impact auto accident. This can occur in a number of ways. Many such front impact car accidents occur when the other driver attempts to make a left hand turn into traffic that has the right of way. These crashes can also take place when a driver runs a stop sign or runs a stop light. Many front impact auto accidents take place due to driver impairment or distracted driving. With technological advances and cost cutting of mobile phones, just about every driver has a mobile phone in hand or nearby. Florida has a No Texting While Driving law place; however, many drivers ignore this law and glance at their phone periodically even during a short trip to the grocery store.
When there is a front impact auto accident, the air bags in the vehicle sustained such damage may or may not deploy. It depends on the speed of the vehicles in the crash and the force of the collision. When there is a font impact crash, the resulting personal injuries can be quite significant even when air bags are deployed and seat belts are worn. In the aftermath of a car accident, it is important for an injury victim to seek out and obtain legal representation. Based in Jacksonville, Florida, David Wolf has dedicated his legal career to individuals seeking to protect and enforce their legal rights. He is the author of 12 books including the book titled - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights and the book titled - Big Trucks - Big Problems - When a Truck Driver Wrecks Your Day and Life - Legal Rights of the Injury Victim and Family. You can get these books for free by visiting the Contact Us page of this website and completing the contact form on this page.
In Florida, it is important to understand the unique laws as they pertain to car accidents including the laws related to insurance requirements, payments, medical bills, and compensation. In Florida, there is a No-Fault set of laws that can be a bit confusing by name and by the operation of these laws. It should be noted that a driver, who is negligent or careless, can be held legally and financially liable for the personal injuries sustained by the victim in a car accident. There is no immunity from liability from damages in the State of Florida; however, there are requirements to meet under the Florida Statutes to be entitled to compensation for pain, suffering, mental anguish, and loss of enjoyment of life.
Even with the liability for fault for a car accident is clear, the insurance company for the at-fault driver or the Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist carrier will still attempt to challenge the claim for damages and compensation. Insurance companies, in an attempt to save money under a policy, may argue that the force of the impact could not cause injuries or that the victim had these medical problems prior to the crash. As such, it is important to get an attorney on your case in order to get advice, guidance, and legal representation as to the many issues and challenges that arise in most automobile accident cases.
Car accident attorney David Wolf provides a Free Consultation for all personal injury cases including car accident cases and those involving a truck, motorcycle, bicycle, or pedestrian. Get D Wolf today On Your Side - At Your Side.