Leesburg Car Accidents
In Florida, there were 2,262 fatal car crashes in 2010, and 2,2445 fatalities. In Leesburg, traffic accidents declined in 2013 from 2012, but are still a concern. Leesburg’s highways are crowded with commuters and tourists on their way to Orlando, and distracted or lost drivers often cause accidents.
In 2013, there were nine people involved in fatal accidents, which sounds low but is a high number for a small city. Chances are, you know someone who was involved in a car accident in the last year, from a minor accident to a fatal crash.
What You Need to Do
If you have been the victim of a motor vehicle accident, there are a few steps you should take to protect your rights, and to ensure you receive proper compensation for any injuries or damages. You should always seek medical attention immediately, even if you don’t think your injuries are serious. It’s always better to be sure, and to have a record from a medical professional. It’s also important to obtain an accident report from the police to keep with your medical report. These pieces of information will be crucial when making a claim. Next, contact your insurance company to file a claim on your vehicle. If possible, at the scene of the accident you should take photos and get the contact information of the other party and any witnesses.
Once you have this information, call a specialized motor vehicle accident attorney. Never speak with the other party’s insurance company and never provide a statement. Don’t take any steps with the other party, or sign anything, until consulting an attorney. It is extremely important that you don’t admit to any liability, and that you don’t accept offers from an insurance company for the estimate of your injuries. These are all things that you will need legal advice on in order to obtain the appropriate amount of compensation.
Often, medical bills and vehicle repairs end up costing much more than an initial estimate, and an experienced attorney can make sure you’re covered in the event that bills pile up or you need ongoing treatment or support in the case of lost wages.
At the Law Offices of James O. Cunningham, P.A., we use top experts to reconstruct accidents and establish clear liability. Our offices have handled hundreds of claims of all types, and have a strong success record.
If you or someone you love is a victim of a car accident, you could receive financial compensation for:
- Medical bills for the treatment of any injuries
- Ongoing and future treatment and care related to your injuries
- Vehicle repair
- Emergency medical fees including ambulance fees
- Loss of wages due to not being able to work because of injury
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Loss of spousal support
Call for a Free Consultation Today
To schedule a free consultation and to learn more about your rights to compensation, contact the Law Offices of James O. Cunningham, P.A. at 877-FL-INJURY (877-354-6587) today.
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