If you’ve been injured in an auto accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may have questions:
- Do I have to see a doctor?
- Should I talk to the insurance company?
- Why is my own insurance company paying my medical bills when it was the other driver’s fault?
- Should I accept a check or sign a form from the insurance company?
- What are all these difference types of insurance?
- What if the other driver had no insurance?
- Does it matter that I was a passenger?
- Is there a time limit to file a lawsuit?
It is important that you understand your rights before speaking with or accepting money from an insurance company.
People are injured every day in car accidents and are looking for help with their personal injury claims. You don’t need to deal with this alone, and you should not have to navigate the legal system on your own.
Daniels Law P.A. provides compassionate legal representation. They can help answer your questions regarding personal injury law matters.
Medical Bills – Loss of Income – Pain & Suffering – Disability
If you or someone you love has been injured due to another person’s actions, we may be able to help you recover any damages and losses incurred as a result of the accident, such as:
Medical Expenses: The cost of medical care is often expensive and can present financial difficulties for individuals who are unable to work or lost time from work due to an accident that was caused by someone else. We will review all of your personal injury records and help determine the full extent of what you are owed to cover medical expenses.
Loss of Income: For those who were employed at the time of the personal injuries sustained in an accident or due to someone else’s negligence, loss of income is a real concern. If you were unable to continue working, our personal injury attorney can help determine how much you should have earned up until today if work had not been missed.
Pain and Suffering: Sometimes, personal injuries are more than physical in nature; they affect the quality of life as well. When this is the case, our personal injury attorney may be able to assist with pain and suffering damages that would otherwise be difficult to put into monetary terms. We will review all of the facts and circumstances surrounding your personal injury to determine an appropriate value for pain and suffering damages.
Disability: Individuals who have a personal injury that prevents them from being able to work may be entitled to separate disability benefits. If you have been disabled in an accident due to the negligence of someone else, our personal injury attorney can help you file your claim and fight for what is rightfully yours.
Personal Injury Claims
It is important not to discuss your case with anyone other than your personal injury lawyer. Be sure to keep all of your personal injury records, including:
– Medical bills and documentation
– Record of trips to doctors and pharmacies
– Police reports
– Correspondence received from insurance companies or lawyers regarding your accident
– Personal journals that document the daily pain and suffering you encounter on a daily basis.
You Are Not Alone
You don’t have to face this alone. Our personal injury attorney provides compassionate legal representation surrounding personal injuries due to negligence caused by someone else’s actions. We can offer peace of mind, knowing that someone has got your back throughout this difficult time so that you can focus on getting better and moving forward with your life.
Contact Daniels Law, P.A. for assistance with your personal injury claim (239) 214-6010.
Serving Lee and Charlotte County.