Florida Automobile Accidents
Florida’s roads, highways, and streets are filled with vehicles of all types and sizes. In Florida, public transportation is a bit limited. As such, most people travel to and from destinations in personal automobiles and motorcycles. It is common to see accidents and crashes on these Florida roadways. Many such automobile accidents could have been avoided if the at-fault driver had slowed down, had been more attentive, and had otherwise observed and reacted to the road, weather, and traffic conditions in a reasonable and responsible manner. When a driver, passenger, motorcyclist, pedestrian, or bicyclist is injured as a result of an automobile accident, there are a number of challenges and stresses that follow over the course of the first few days, the ensuing weeks, the months, and, even the years following the crash. Many such personal injuries are permanent in nature which means that one moment of carelessness, distraction, and negligence by one driver can have a lifetime effect on the personal injury victim.
This book titled – Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights – was written for victims seeking answers and information when they suffer personal injuries as a result the carelessness or negligence of a person, business, or government entity.
The issues and challenges of dealing with the physical and emotional injuries to a victim are many in number. Most injury victims are not experienced with insurance claims, injury cases, or lawsuits. This book provides information to injury victims and their families to educate them as to some of the issues and questions that arise when a person suffers significantly in the form of physical and emotional injuries resulting from an automobile accident. Florida has specific laws in place that pertain to automobile accidents and personal injuries. In particular, Florida requires that a registered owner of an automobile have certain minimal insurance coverage on the vehicle. As such, in Florida, there really is no such thing as “Full Coverage”; however, there is minimal mandatory insurance and then there is additional coverage that is optional. When a person is injured as a result of an automobile accident in Florida, one of the first issues that comes up involves the amount and type of automobile insurance in place for the property damage, medical bills, and personal injuries. Many injury victims are not sure what kind of insurance was purchased or what kind of insurance was in place. It is also a bit of a mystery up front for the injury victim as to what kind and amount of insurance the at-fault driver had in place. The book explains the types of automobile insurance that may apply to an injury claim or case. The book further outlines how personal injury cases are evaluated and handled.
It is important for injury victims and families to be educated as to these matters so that they can make an informed decision about medical treatment, insurance, insurance claims, reimbursement, and, yes, legal representation. It should be noted that this book contains helpful and useful information; however, this book was not written as a recipe or formula for handling a claim or case on behalf of the injury victim. Frankly, there are too many twists and turns and variety of factors in any given personal injury claim or case. Because of this, injury victims and their families should only use this book only as a guide in pursuing a legal claim or case with the benefit of the services and representation of a Florida Personal Injury Lawyer. When a person is injured as a result of the negligent or intentional harmful acts of others, the injury victim deserves a voice to protect and enforce the law and important legal rights. Get your free book today and get the help you need. Visit the Contact Us Page of this website to request the free book.