Navigating Florida highways can be challenging, especially during rush hour traffic. If there happens to be a distracted driver or one that is acting under the influence of alcohol in your midst, you may be at great risk for serious injuries if a collision occurs. Recovering from car accident injuries can be a long, arduous experience.
The emotional trauma of a car crash is often just as difficult to overcome as a physical injury might be. If you’re in a collision, the events leading up to the incident might replay themselves over and over in your mind, making it a struggle to come to terms with the situation and get back to your normal, daily routines. You might have to take a lot of time off work while you’re recuperating, which means a collision can also spark serious financial distress.
There is no reason you should be the one to bear the burden of financial expenses connected to a collision that someone else caused. When evidence of negligence or recklessness exists, you may have grounds to seek financial recovery for your losses in civil court. Compensation that the court may award for damages in such cases can help offset medical bills, or, in worst case scenarios, to pay funeral expenses if a wrongful death claim was filed on behalf of a loved one who died in a collision.
By requesting a meeting with Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa, you can seek clarification about laws regarding personal injury or wrongful death claims. An experienced Florida legal team can also help you gather evidence if you plan to seek restitution in court for car accident injuries that was caused by the negligence of another. Helping you obtain the care and compensation you need to achieve as full a recovery as possible is our top priority.