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According to the FLHSMV, there are about 350,000 auto accidents a year. Over 60% of those cases resulted in injuries or death. As a result, Florida typically has laws to protect you and your ability to be properly compensated in auto accidents through lawsuits.
Your damages may include but are not limited to: property damage, loss of use of your vehicle, medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any permanent disfigurement or impairment.
Furthermore, the injured person’s spouse may also be able to seek compensation for damages to the marital relationship as a result of the injuries sustained by the victim. The element of damage is known as loss of consortium. Specifically, this type of claim addresses things such as loss of the injured spouse’s love, sexual relations, affection, companionship, ability to have children, and physical assistance among other things.
We understand that you are facing many concerns as a result of your accident and resulting injuries. Of course, you are probably asking yourself the following questions:
-Who is going to pay for the damage done to my car?
-How am I going to get a rental car?
-Who is responsible for my medical bills?
-When will I be able to return to work?
-How am I going to care for my family?
-What do I need to do to get adequate compensation from the insurance company for my pain and suffering?
For this purpose, the Tripp Law Firm makes it their goal to help ease some of these burdens for their clients.
In other words, as one of our clients, you will be informed every step of the way as we communicate with the insurance company and other parties on your behalf. Additionally, we will fight to get you the best possible outcome for your case, whether that means negotiating and settling your claim or proceeding with a trial.
If you haven’t done so already, contact the Tripp Law Firm for a free initial consultation so we may evaluate your potential case and answer your questions. While you may want to put off seeking legal action for your injuries, consider the benefit of taking action sooner—important evidence may disappear or simply not be available with time and you may not have adequate documentation of your injuries without the guidance of a legal professional.
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