West Palm Beach, Port St. Lucie & South Florida Multi-Vehicle Crash Attorneys
Assisting Victims of Multi-Vehicle Car Crashes in South Florida
Some car accidents do not involve just two vehicles. Multi-vehicle crashes and pile-ups can lead to multiple severe personal injuries – both for the involved drivers and their passengers. If you have been injured in a multi-vehicle car crash, you want to make sure that you have a skilled attorney advocating for you and ensuring that you pursue all of the compensation which you deserve for your injuries.
The experienced South Florida multi-vehicle crash attorneys at Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa can help you file your claim with the appropriate insurance company and will work to get you the compensation you need, so that you can be made whole again. Please speak with us today to learn more about how we could file the necessary claims on your behalf and pursue the monetary compensation that you need for your car crash injuries.
How Do Multi-Vehicle Car Crashes Typically Happen?
A multi-vehicle car crash refers to an accident that involves more than two vehicles. These accidents often happen when the driver of one vehicle does something careless or negligent, which in turn results in a chain-reaction-type collision or multi-vehicle pile-up that involves numerous impacts. For example, the driver of one motor vehicle might have been speeding or engaging in distracted driving when they hit another vehicle with such force that the receiving vehicle strikes another vehicle, and so on.
Multi-vehicle car crashes can leave numerous drivers and their passengers with severe injuries. The force of the initial collision often determines the extent of the accident and subsequent impacts. The force of these collisions could cause a driver or passenger’s body to move about inside the vehicle – or strike something in the vehicle, like the window, headrest, or steering wheel. Victims of multi-vehicle car crashes can suffer concussions and other traumatic head injuries, soft tissue injuries, spinal cord injuries, and/or broken bones.
Who Can be at Fault for a Multi-Vehicle Car Crash?
Following a multi-vehicle car crash in Florida, injured drivers should first turn to their own insurance companies for monetary compensation, including payment of medical bills and lost wages (if any). However, if the accident victim sustained a serious injury – or if the accident victim’s bills exceeded the amount of his or her available personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, then the accident victim could bring a claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance company. In the case of multi-vehicle car crashes, two or more other drivers might be at fault. When that is the case, payment of damages may be divided up amongst the at-fault drivers’ insurers.
Call an Experienced South Florida Multi-Vehicle Crash Attorney about Your Rights Today
The experienced legal team at Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Sosa can help you recover the compensation that you deserve for the injuries which you suffered in your multi-vehicle car crash. For a free legal consultation and case evaluation with an experienced South Florida multi-vehicle crash lawyer, please call us today at 620-374-9299 or contact us online for more information about how we can assist.